Academician of European University of Lefke (EUL) Faculty of Engineering Prof. Dr. Sadık Ülker represented EUL at the 18th Mediterranean Microwave Symposium which was held at İstanbul.
Ülker: Approximately 120 papers from many different countries were presented in the symposium which was held for the 18th time this year
Ülker said that, “The Mediterranean Microwave Symposium is a comprehensive and leading symposium that is attended by many researchers and lecturers from around the world. I am happy to represent our university in this great organization where many researchers from around the world have presented papers”, and expressed that, approximately 120 papers from many different countries were presented in the symposium which was held for the 18th time this year.
Ülker: Designed antenna was rendered to receive signals in two different frequencies with the help of artificial intelligence.
Giving information about the project he presented, Ülker said that, “A project has been made in the form of antenna and circuit design, which allows the collection of radio frequency signals to be transformed into some kind of energy. Designed antenna was different from others and it was rendered to receive signals in two different frequencies with the help of artificial intelligence”. Ülker also said that, in addition to this, a circuit was designed to collect radio frequency waves from mobile phones or WiFi signals in the air and added that the studies are continuing at the university, for the development of the prototype circuit.