This keynote lecture aims at a broad-brush look at certain teaching/training challenges that confront wave-oriented EM engineering in the 21st century, in a complex computer and technology-driven world with rapidly shifting societal and technical priorities. The lecture also discusses modeling and simulation strategies pertaining to complex EM problems and supplies several user-friendly virtual tools, most of which have been presented in the IEEE AP Magazine and which are very effective in teaching and training in lectures such as EM Wave Theory, Antennas, and Radiowave Propagation, EM Scattering and Diffraction, Guided Wave Theory, Microstrip Circuit Design, Radar Cross Section Prediction, Transmission Lines, Metamaterials.
About the Speaker
Levent Sevgi (email@example.com) is a professor with the Department of Electrical-Electronics Engineering, Istanbul Okan University, Turkey. He is an associate editor of IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine and the writer and editor of the “Testing Ourselves” column (since 2007). He has been involved with complex electromagnetic problems and systems for more than three decades. He is a Fellow of the IEEE.