Technical Program

102: Additive Manufacturing in Antenna Technologies

Session Type: Special Session Oral
Time: Monday, July 7, 08:00 - 11:40
Location: Cotton Row
Session Chairs: Brandon Good, Naval Surface Warfare Center and Peter Pa, University of Delaware
 
102.1: FABRICATION OF INHOMOGENEOUS MAGNETO-DIELECTRIC SUBSTRATES BY FUNCTIONAL ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
         Mark Mirotznik; University of Delaware, United States
         Brandon Good; Naval Surface Warfare Center, United States
         Stoyan Stoyanov; Spectrum Magnetics, LLC, United States
         David Roper; University of Delaware, United States
 
102.2: FABRICATION OF FLAT LUNEBURG LENS USING FUNCTIONAL ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
         David Roper; University of Delaware, United States
         Brandon Good; Naval Surface Warfare Center, United States
         Shridhar Yarlagadda; University of Delaware, United States
         Mark Mirotznik; University of Delaware, United States
 
102.3: ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING OF GRADED INDEX FLAT LENSES VIA MULTI-MATERIAL MICRO-DISPENSING
         Zachary Larimore; University of Delaware, United States
         Peter Pa; University of Delaware, United States
         Michael Keefe; University of Delaware, United States
         Mark Mirotznik; University of Delaware, United States
         Larry Holmes; U.S. Army Research Laboratory, United States
 
102.4: 3D MICROWAVE EATON LENS FABRICATED BY POLYMER JETTING RAPID PROTOTYPING
         Guohong Du; Chengdu University of Information and Technology, China
         Min Liang; University of Arizona, United States
         Raffael Austrebert Sabory Garcia; University of Arizona, United States
         Changjun Liu; Chengdu University of Information and Technology, China
         Hao Xin; University of Arizona, United States
 
102.5: ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING OF EMBEDDED FREQUENCY SELECTIVE SURFACE STRAIN SENSORS
         Edward Kinzel; Missouri University of Science and Technology, United States
         Harvardhan Sahu; Missouri University of Science and Technology, United States
 
102.6: FABRICATION OF MICROWAVE PATCH ANTENNA USING ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING TECHNIQUE
         Min Liang; University of Arizona, United States
         Corey Shemelya; The University of Texas at El Paso, United States
         Eric MacDonald; The University of Texas at El Paso, United States
         Ryan Wicker; The University of Texas at El Paso, United States
         Hao Xin; University of Arizona, United States
 
102.7: A 3-D PRINTED MINIATURIZED LOG-PERIODIC DIPOLE ANTENNA
         Ibrahim Nassar; University of South Florida, United States
         Harvey Tsang; The University of Texas El Paso, United States
         Thomas Weller; University of South Florida, United States
 
102.8: GRADED SURFACE WAVE ABSORBERS FABRICATED USING RESISTIVE SCREEN PRINTING
         Peter Pa; University of Delaware, United States
         Matthew Mills; University of Delaware, United States
         Zachary Larimore; University of Delaware, United States
         Shridhar Yarlagadda; University of Delaware, United States
         Mark Mirotznik; University of Delaware, United States
 
102.9: X-BAND PERFORMANCE OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL, SELECTIVELY LASER SINTERED WAVEGUIDES
         Marvin Benge; The University of Oklahoma, United States
         Robert Huck; The University of Oklahoma, United States
         Hjalti Sigmarsson; The University of Oklahoma, United States
 
102.10: DIRECT-WRITE PRINTING OF AN RF-MEMS CANTILEVER
         Abu Md. Numan-Al-Mobin; South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, United States
         Ravi Shankar; South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, United States
         William M. Cross; South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, United States
         Jon Kellar; South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, United States
         Keith W. Whites; South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, United States
         Dimitris E. Anagnostou; South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, United States