Kubilay Sertel received his PhD from the University of Michigan in 2003. He has been with The Ohio State University ElectroScience Laboratory since January of 2003 as a research scientist and was appointed assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering in 2012. Dr. Sertel is a Senior Member of IEEE, and a member of the IEEE Antennas and Propagation and IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Societies. He is also an elected member of URSI Commission B.
Terahertz (THz) devices, sensors and systems, THz sensing, real-time high-sensitivity THz imaging for medical, chemical, biological, security, and non-destructive evaluation, THz spectroscopy, THz systems and components, THz antennas and focal plane arrays for sensing and imaging, THz device modeling and testing, THz sensor design, electromagnetic theory and computational electromagnetics, frequency selective surfaces/volumes and reconfigurable antenna arrays, metamaterials and novel antennas, ultra wideband antennas and arrays, measurement and characterization techniques for RF/THz magneto-dielectric composites and metamaterials, integral equation methods, fast and efficient solution of large-scale real-life problems, multilevel fast multipole method and its variations, hybrid finite element-integral equation methods, high performance computing on shared and distributed memory parallel supercomputers.