If personal attendance for the meetings is not possible due to the current COVID-19-situation, the seminar will still take place if enough participants are registered. In this case, we will use interactive online tools such as ZOOM or LRZ Meet.
In the framework of the Advanced Seminar High-Frequency Engineering, students will learn how to conduct a bibliographical research, and how to present their findings - both as a scientific paper and a presentation in the semestral symposium. The Seminar is divided into the following parts:
Writing and Presentation Techniques
The participants learn and practice interactively writing and presentation techniques, they conduct the bibliographical research on the selected topic supported by their advisor, and give a practice presentation for which feedback is provided.
In the second part, the participants prepare a conference article (scientific paper with three pages) and a presentation.
Eventually, the participants present their topic in the semestral symposium of the Advanced Seminar High-Frequency Engineering. Every talk is followed by a short discussion.
To register for the Advanced Seminar High-Frequency Engineering, you have to find an advisor first (see the list of topics below). You have to find and contact the advisor first. When he/she accepts to advise you, you have to send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org stating the topic and advisor. The registration in TUMOnline is necessary, but not sufficient! The number of participants is limited and the first-come first-served principle is applied.
Undergraduate students may participate by preponing the Advanced Seminar from the master program. There are many advantages: the expert knowledge gained on the topic can be used for a possible Bachelor's thesis. In addition, conducting a bibliographical research, writing a scientific article and giving a presentation are also part of the Bachelor's thesis project. Our Advanced Seminar prepares for these tasks.
Students are encouraged to address any supervisor with their own topic suggestions. A list of proposed topics can be found below.
The Corrugated Waveguide
Is the wall conductive or not?
|T-Junctions in the Mode Matching Technique |
|VNA Self Calibration |
Do We Need Expensive Reference Standards?
|Debye Potentials |
The Most Natural Description?
Degrees of Freedom of Electromagnetic Fields
Enough is enough!
|Near-Field Imaging Based on Surface Equivalent Current Methods1 |
Finding the sources when the fields are known
Measured Sources in Antenna-Siting Scenarios
Is it beneficial to employ measurement results in simulation models?
|Initialization Methods for Phase Retrieval |
The Art of Educated Guessing
|Alexander Paulus|| |
|Simulation of Waveguides with the Method of Moments and the Electric |
Field Integral Equation
Waveguides are straightforward?
Influence of Buildings on the VHF Omnidirectional Radio Range
When air navigation gets in trouble
|Direct vs. Iterative Solvers in MoM Scattering Scenarios |
Direct Digital SynthesisA Substitute for PLLs in Every Application ?
Application of Huygens Principle and Reciprocity Theorem to Electromagnetic Wave Tracing1
Rays and Waves Cooperate?
|Writing- and |
|14.04.2021||Introduction, Scientific Writing I|
|21.04.2021||Scientific Writing II|
|05.05.2021||Scientific Presentations I|
|12.05.2021||Scientific Presentations II|
|19.05.2021||Scientific Presentations III|
|26.05.2021||Preparation of Practice Presentations|
|09.06.2021||Practice Presentations I|
|16.06.2021||Practice Presentations II|
|07.07.2021||Final Presentations I|
|14.07.2021||Final Presentations II|
On all dates, attendance is mandatory. The article draft has to be send to email@example.com the day of the draft deadline. The final article has to be send to firstname.lastname@example.org the day of the final deadline.