PhD Research Student
Tassos Paraskevopoulos is a PhD research student in the Wireless Communications Group at the School of Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering, Loughborough University, UK under a joint PhD programme with National Center for Scientific Research "Demokritos", Institute of Informatics & Telecommunications, Greece.
He is currently working on modelling and characterization of body-centric communication channels. More specifically, he is interested in wearable antennas design and characterisation, study of wave propagation concepts on human body and development of channel models through EM simulations and measurements. His expertise is also extended in near-field antenna measurements and theoretical concepts of microwave engineering in general.
In 2012 he received his Diploma degree (8.1/10) in “Electrical and Computer Engineering” from the Polytechnic School of Democritus University, Greece. His diploma thesis was focused on the “Study of phased arrays printed on electronically controllable ferroelectric substrate”
Paraskevopoulos, A.; Alexandridis, A.; Lazarakis, F.; Zervos, T.; Michalopoulou, A.; Vardaxoglou, J.C., "Investigation of wearable antennas performance in static LOS and NLOS on-body channels," Antennas and Propagation Conference (LAPC), 2014 Loughborough , vol., no., pp.355,358, 10-11 Nov. 2014
Paraskevopoulos, A.; Alexandridis, A.; Zervos, T.; Michalopoulou, A.; Lazarakis, F.; Vardaxoglou, J.C., "Modelling of dynamic on-body channels using different types of wearable antennas," Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP), 2014 8th European Conference on , vol., no., pp.852,856, 6-11 April 2014
Paraskevopoulos, A.; Alexandridis, A.; Lazarakis, F.; Vardaxoglou, J.C., "Modelling of dynamic on-body waist-foot channel at 2.45 GHz," Antennas and Propagation Conference (LAPC), 2013 Loughborough , vol., no., pp.155,160, 11-12 Nov. 2013
A. Paraskevopoulos, C.I. Kolitsidas, F.E. Fakoukakis, G.A. Kyriacou, “Analysis and design of ferroelectric phase shifters appropriate for printed phased arrays”, Proc. of Progress In Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS) 2012, Moscow, Russia, August 2012.