Kubilay Sertel is an Associate Professor at the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the Ohio State University. He received his PhD. degree in 2003 from the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. He was an Assistant Professor at Ohio State from 2012-2017. During 2003-2012, he was a Research Scientist at the ElectroScience Laboratory and an Adjunct Professor at the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the Ohio State University.
Prof. Sertel is a Senior Member of IEEE, a member of IEEE Antennas and Propagation and Microwave Theory and Techniques Societies and an elected member of URSI Commission B. He is a Fellow of Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society. He currently serves the Editor-in-Chief for Electronic Publications for the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society. He co-authored two books: Integral Equation Methods for Electromagnetics (SciTech Publishing, 2012) and Frequency Domain Hybrid Finite Element Methods in Electromagnetics (Morgan & Claypool, 2006), 8 book chapters, 4 patents, and published over 90 journal papers and more than 300 conference articles.
His current research focuses on the analysis and design of THz and mmW sensors, imaging and radars, on-wafer non-contact metrology systems for device and IC testing, biomedical applications of THz imaging, as well as spectroscopy techniques for non-destructive evaluation. His research interests also include ultra-wideband low-profile phased arrays for cognitive sensing and opportunistic wireless networks, reconfigurable antennas and arrays, applied electromagnetic theory and computational electromagnetics, particularly, curvilinear fast multipole modeling of hybrid integral equation/finite element systems and efficient solution of large-scale, real-life problems on massively parallel supercomputing platforms.