Dr. Oscar Quevedo-Teruel

Assistant Professor

Electromagnetic Engineering

School of Electrical Engineering (EES)

KTH Royal Institute of Technology

At KTH:

PhD students under my (co-)supervision:

  • Mahsa Ebrahimpouri - Her PhD is about high frequency lens and leaky antennas making use of transformation optics and glide-symmetric metasurfaces.
  • Qinbi Liao - Her PhD is about Wireless communication from apparatus-embedded sensors for online monitoring.
  • Fatemeh Ghasemifard - Her PhD is about modelling of glide- and twist- symmetric metasurfaces.

Visitors to KTH:

Visiting postdocs and professors:

Visiting PhD students:

  • Nuria Esparza (University of Oviedo, Spain) - She visited KTH three months (July-September 2017) internal funding of University of Oviedo. She contributed to research on active components based on glide symmetry.
  • Miguel Camacho-Aguilar (University of Exeter, UK) - He visited KTH in a research exchange funded by British funding in 2017 during 5 weeks (February-March). He was working in glide-symmetric CPW technology.
  • Cheikh Dieylar (Université de Rennes 1, France) - He visited KTH Mar-May 2015. He was working on optically transformed lenses and metasurfaces funded by ESF under project "New Frontiers in millimetre/sub-millimetre waves integrated dielectric focusing systems (NEWFOCUS)".
  • Daniel Rodriguez Prado (Universidad de Oviedo, Spain) - He visited KTH Aug-Oct 2014. He was working on optically transformed lenses and its implementation with bed of nails technology.

External collaborators:

At Université Pierre et Marie Curie (France):

  • Prof. Guido Valerio - Associate Professor (Maître de Conférences) at Sorbonne Universités, Université Pierre et Marie Curie. I collaborate with him in the modelling of metasurfaces and optical transformations.

At Université de Rennes 1 (France):

  • Prof. Ronan Sauleau - Professor at Université de Rennes 1. I collaborated with him in the implementation of planar holey plate metasurfaces.

At University of Exeter (UK):

  • Dr. Simon Horsley - Lecturer at University of Exeter. I collaborate with him non-Eucledian transformations.
  • Dr. Ian Hooper - Research fellow at University of Exeter. I collaborate with him non-Eucledian transformations.
  • Dr. Rhiannon Mitchell-Thomas - Research Fellow at Exeter. I collaborate with her in transformation electromagnetics and periodic structures.

At Carlos III University of Madrid (Spain):

  • Prof. E. Rajo-Iglesias - My PhD supervisor. I still collaborate with her on small antennas and array synthesis and optimization.
  • Prof. Luis Inclan-Sanchez - Associate professor at UC3M. I collaborate with him in antennas which make use of soft surfaces and EBGs.
  • Prof. Jose-Luis Vazquez-Roy - Associate professor at UC3M. I collaborate with him in the implementation of surface wave propagation.

At University of Michigan (USA)

  • Prof. Anthony Grbic - Associate Professor. I collaborated with him in a STINT Project about metasurfaces and transformation optics.

At National Chiao Tung University (Taiwan)

At University of Zagreb (Croatia)

  • Prof. Z. Sipus - Full Professor in University of Zagreb, where I developed a stage in 2007 studying stacked patch antennas and their mutual coupling reduction. And in 2015, in which studied leaky wave antennas on gap waveguide technology, and analytical expressions for ultra wide band metasurfaces.

At Queen Mary University of London (UK)

At TU Delft (The Netherlands)

  • Prof. A. Neto - The leader of the group of Applied Electromagnetism at TU Delft University, where I developed a stage in 2010 studying leaky lens antennas with dual-polarization.

At Universidad Autonoma de Madrid (Spain):

  • Prof. F. J Garcia-Vidal - Leader of Nanophotnics group and my previous boss at UAM. I collaborated with him in the characterization of spoof plasmons.
  • Prof. Esteban Moreno-Soriano - Associate professor at UAM. I collaborated with him in the characterization of spoof plasmons.