Doctoral Thesis and other Research Works Advised

 

She has advised 10 Doctoral Thesis plus 33 Master Thesis. She has also advised 8 pre-doctoral research works (from 2 different Spanish Universities), and one PhD Thesis project (from an USA University). She has evaluated more than 30 Doctoral Thesis (from 10 different Spanish Universities, 2 French Universities, one USA University, and one from Finland). Additionally she has acted as the academic supervisor of the work of 16 students performing stays at research center or companies.

Only the Doctoral Thesis are listed. Currently she is advising two more Doctoral Thesis: one at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, UC3M, Charles the Third University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain, and the other at Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, USA.

The list of the Doctoral Thesis already approved is:

1.        Luis-Emilio García Castillo, “Efficient Techniques in the Application of the Finite Element Method to Electromagnetic Problems”, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, UPM, Technical University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain, Dpto. Señales, Sistemas y Radiocomunicaciones, SSR, Signal, Systems and Radiocommunications Dept., November 1998. Co-advisors: Magdalena Salazar Palma (UPM), Tapan K. Sarkar (Syracuse University, SU). This PhD Thesis got two awards: INDRA (COIT-AEIT) Award, to the best PhD Thesis of the Academic Year 1998-1999; UPM Awards to the best PhD Thesis of the Academic Year 1998-1999.

2.        Kyungjung Kim, “DOA Estimation Exploiting Cyclostationarity Based on Direct Data Domain Approach in a Real Environment”, SU, Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), May 2003. Co-advisors: Tapan K. Sarkar, SU, Magdalena Salazar Palma, UPM. This PhD Thesis got the Best Thesis Award of Graduate College of Syracuse University during the Academic Year 2002-2003.

3.        Seong-man Jang, “Exploiting Early Time Scattering Response Using Fractional Fourier Transform”,  

SU, ECE, May 2003. Co-advisors: Tapan K. Sarkar, SU, Magdalena Salazar Palma, UPM. This PhD Thesis got the Best Thesis Award of Graduate College of Syracuse University during the Academic Year 2002-2003.

4.        Jeffrey Thomas Carlo, “Multiple Constraint Space-Time Direct Data Domain Approach Using Nonlinear Arrays”, SU, ECE, May 2003. Co-advisors: Tapan K. Sarkar, SU, Magdalena Salazar Palma, UPM. This PhD Thesis got the Best Thesis Award of Graduate College of Syracuse University during the Academic Year 2002-2003.

5.        Antonio Pérez Yuste, “The Spain National Telephone Company during Primo de Rivera’s Dictatorship (1923-1930)”, UPM, SSR, 2004.

6.        Alejandro García Lampérez, “Advanced Methods for the Synthesis and Optimization of Microwave Filters and Multiplexers”, UPM, SSR, 2004. Co-advisors: Magdalena Salazar Palma (UPM and Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, UC3M, Charles the Third University of Madrid), Tapan K. Sarkar (SU).

7.        Sergio Llorente Romano, “Modal Analysis Advanced Methods Applied to the Design of Microwave and Millimeter Wave Dielectric Resonators Filters”, UPM, SSR, 2009. Co-advisors: Magdalena Salazar Palma (UPM-UC3M), Benito Gimeno Martínez, Universidad de Valencia, Valencia University.

8.        Arijit De, “Characteristics of the Fields in the Near and the Far Zone of Antennas and Its Significance in Wireless Communication”, SU, ECE, 2010. Co-advisors: Tapan K. Sarkar, SU, Magdalena Salazar Palma, UC3M.

9.        Weixing Zhao, “Retrieval of Free Space Radiation Pattern through Measured Date in a Non-anechoic Environment”, SU, ECE, 2013. Co-advisors: Tapan K. Sarkar, SU, Magdalena Salazar Palma, UC3M.

10.     Zicong Mei, “Solving Time Domain Scattering and Radiation Problems with in a Marching-on-in-degree Technique for Method of Moments”, SU, ECE, 2014. Co-advisors: Tapan K. Sarkar, SU, Magdalena Salazar Palma, UC3M.