researcher profile

dr. Yanki Aslan

Assistant Professor

Expertise: Sparse antenna array topologies & sub-arrays with their beamforming architectures; requirements for 5G base stations

Themes: Sensor network communication

Yanki Aslan was born in Ankara, Turkey in 1991. He received his BSc degree in 2014 from Middle East Technical University, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, with double specialization in Communications and Microwaves & Antennas. With the Justus & Louise van Effen Scholarship from Delft University of Technology, he completed his MSc in Electrical Engineering, Telecommunications and Sensing Systems track in 2016. His MSc thesis was entitled: “Reduction of Mutual Coupling Between Closely Spaced Patch Antennas Using Dielectric Contrast Techniques”. In October 2016, he joined the Microwave Sensing, Signals and Systems group as a PhD candidate. He is working on the project “Antenna Topologies and Front-end Configurations for Multiple Beam Generation” which is a part of STW & NXP Partnership Program on “Advanced 5G Solutions”. Currently, his research interests are sparse antenna array topologies & sub-arrays with their beam forming architectures & requirements for 5G base stations.


EE4016 Antenna Systems

Antenna theory and techniques for applications in telecommunications, remote sensing and radar

Last updated: 3 May 2021