researcher profile

prof.dr. Alexander Yarovoy

Professor, Chairman

Expertise: microwave systems, radar

Themes: Wireless communication

Contact details

Group: Microwave Sensing, Signals and Systems (MS3)
Department of Microelectronics
Room:HB 21.100
Phone:+31-15-27 82496
Email:a.yarovoy@tudelft.nl

List of publications

Alex Yarovoy received the Cand. Phys. and Math. Sci. and Dr. Phys. and Math. Sci. degrees in radiophysics from Kharkov State University, Kharkov, Ukraine, in 1987 and 1994, respectively. In 1987, he joined the Department of Radiophysics, Kharkov State University, as a Researcher and became a Full Professor in 1997. From September 1994 through 1996, he was with the Technical University of Ilmenau, Ilmenau, Germany, as a Visiting Researcher.

Since 1999, he is with the International Research Centre for Telecommunications-Transmission and Radar, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands, where he coordinates all UWB-related projects. His main research interests are in ultra-wideband (UWB) technology and its applications (in particular UWB radars) and applied electromagnetics (in particular, UWB antennas).

Prof. Yarovoy served as the Co-Chairman and the Technical Program Committee Chair of the Tenth International Conference on Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR2004), Delft, and the Secretary of the 1st European Radar Conference (EuRAD´┐Ż04), Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Education

EE3340TU Microwave Sensors and Radars for Airport Applications

Radar sensors in Airports and in aviation related applications. Part of the Minor "Airport of the future"

EE4565 Propagation and scattering of electromagnetic waves

Propagation and Scattering of Radio- and Micro-waves, applied to wireless indoor/mobile Communication, Broadcasting, Remote Sensing and Radar

EE4C02 System Engineering

EE4C05 Electromagnetics

ET4015 Antenna systems

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

ET4169 Microwaves, radar & remote sensing

Introduction to microwave systems and radar; foundation for further courses on radar and remote sensing

ET4173 Introduction to UWB technology

Ultra-wideband technology as used in future communications, radar and navigation systems

ET4288 Applied electromagnetic analysis in wireless, microwave and radar engineering

EM simulation methods applied to typical problems like transmission lines, microwave filters, antennas and Radar Cross Section of targets

Education history

ET4014 Propagation of radio waves

(not running) Radio propagation, applied to wireless indoor/mobile communication, broadcasting, remote sensing and radar

ET4385 Introduction to telecommunications and sensing systems

(not running) Overview of the various challenges in the field and introduction to the research groups

Projects

Integrated Cooperative Automated Vehicles

Polarimetric Time/Frequency characteristics of wind turbines as radar target

Study of dynamic micro-Doppler and polarimetric characteristics of scatered by wind turbines radar signals

Real-time reconfigurable digital receiver for waveform agile radar

Sensor Technology Applied in Reconfigurable Systems

reconfigurable sensors and sensor networks applied in the context of the security domain

Wideband Algorithms for Migrating Targets Indication

Demining toolbox

detection of anti-personal landmines and cluster munitions

Ultra-Fast wind sensOrs for wake-vortex hazards mitigation

Tunnel Boring Radar

Antenna design and imaging of the ground in front of a tunnel boring machine

Sensing Heterogeneous Information Network Environment

How can heterogeneous resources (people, mobile sensors, fixed sensors, social media, information systems, etc.) self-organize for answering information needs?

Projects history

Airport Detection and Tracking of Dangerous Materials

Active and passive radar technology for detection and surveillance of people at airports

PARSAX

PARSAX is "Polarimetric Agile Radar in S- and X-band", a versatile, programmable radar developed by MS3 and located at the roof of the EWI building.

Last updated: 1 Nov 2016