Presentation Title

Inverse Scattered Problems

Location

Benner Library Fishbowl

Start Date

21-4-2017 2:10 PM

Scholarship Domain(s)

Scholarship of Discovery

Description

The research project involves the investigation of a signal processing based method for modeling and solving inverse scattering problems. Topics within the presentation may include, but not limited to: defining the problem, proposing a hypothesis, delineating research methods with computer modeling, revealing results of the conducted experiment as well as analysis of the final projected images. The goal of this research is to identify a resonance pattern for a target such as a square by sweeping the permittivity levels. Results include a visual table mapping each permittivity. Finally, a discussion of future experiments and real-world applications may be included in the conclusion.

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Faculty Mentor:

Dr. Shane Ritter

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Engineering Commons

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Apr 21st, 2:10 PM

Inverse Scattered Problems

Benner Library Fishbowl

The research project involves the investigation of a signal processing based method for modeling and solving inverse scattering problems. Topics within the presentation may include, but not limited to: defining the problem, proposing a hypothesis, delineating research methods with computer modeling, revealing results of the conducted experiment as well as analysis of the final projected images. The goal of this research is to identify a resonance pattern for a target such as a square by sweeping the permittivity levels. Results include a visual table mapping each permittivity. Finally, a discussion of future experiments and real-world applications may be included in the conclusion.