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Spotlight on EECS

Atef Elsherbeni has two papers published.

Atef Elsherbeni, Professor

Dr. Atel Elsherbeni has two publications in the September 2013 issue of the IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, both with co-authors Payam Nayeri and and Fan Yang.  The papers were titled "Bifocal Design and Aperture Phase Optimizations of Reflectarray Antennas for Wide-Angle Beam Scanning Performance" and "Design of Single-Feed Reflect array Antennas with Asymmetric Multiple Beam Using the Particle Swarm Optimization Method." 

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