Posted: 02-06-2024

Location: U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command – Adelphi Laboratory Center 

Level: Graduate Student

General Topic: Computer Science

Description of Research:Developments of the subject of metasurfaces and RIS (Reconfigurable Intelligent Surfaces) have been the subject of intensive studies in recent years. Many studies have been focused on reflection mechanisms generated from low-profile apertures.  The generation of the directed beams at different frequencies over wide bands, with predefined shapes, and according to certain timing patterns, was the subject of EM simulations using known computer-generated tools.  To implement such tools at the system level, control mechanisms, time and frequency multiplexed operations, as well as phase shifting of feeding signals, become essential logic operations.  The understanding and execution of simultaneous EM and logic operations show the need of both talents within the same design team.  It also creates the need for innovative software and logic tools to produce the efficient overall system.

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