Technical Program

225: A History of the Society and Its Technology

Session Type: Special Session Oral
Time: Tuesday, July 8, 13:20 - 17:20
Location: Cotton Row
Session Chairs: Ted Simpson, University of South Carolina and Stuart Long, University of Houston
 
225.1: A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON ANTENNAS AND PROPAGATION
         Stuart Long; University of Houston, United States
 
225.2: SOME LESSONS LEARNED IN EARLY EFFORTS TO SOLVE INTEGRAL EQUATIONS NUMERICALLY
         Chalmers Butler; Clemson University, United States
 
225.3: DEVELOPMENT OF SURFACE INTEGRAL EQUATION SOLUTIONS USING THE METHOD OF MOMENTS
         Donald Wilton; University of Houston, United States
 
225.4: A CENTURY OF SCANNING ARRAY TECHNOLOGY
         Robert Mailloux; Consultant/ ARCON Corporation, United States
 
225.5: EARTH-SPACE PROPAGATION ABOVE 10 GHZ
         Warren Stutzman; Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, United States
 
225.6: TWO PUBLICATIONS IN THE IEEE ANTENNAS AND PROPAGATION JOURNALS THAT IMPACTED MY CAREER
         John L. Volakis; The Ohio State University, United States
 
225.7: A HISTORY & FUTURE OF IMPLANTABLE ANTENNAS
         Cynthia Furse; University of Utah, United States
         Andrew Chrysler; University of Utah, United States
 
225.8: METASURFING SINCE 1987 – A PERSONAL STORY INVOLVING SOFT AND HARD SURFACES, EBG SURFACES, CLOAKING, GAP WAVEGUIDES AND MASS PRODUCTION
         Per-Simon Kildal; Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
 
225.9: THE NOVELTIES OF A REFLECTARRAY ANTENNA: A LEGITIMATE CHILD OF A REFLECTOR AND AN ARRAY ANTENNA
         Yahya Rahmat-Samii; University of California, Los Angeles, United States
 
225.10: MULTIMEDIA AND TECHNOLOGY BASED ELECTROMAGNETIC EDUCATION
         Magdy F. Iskander; University of Hawaii, United States
 
225.11: HOW DID MAXWELL COME TO THE CONCLUSION THAT LIGHT WAS ELECTROMAGNETIC IN NATURE AND WHY DID HE GAVE UP HIS CONCEPT OF DISPLACEMENT CURRENT THAT WE EVEN USE TODAY?
         Tapan K. Sarkar; Syracuse University, United States
         Walid Dyab; Syracuse University, United States
         Magdalena Salazar-Palma; University Carlos III, Spain