You have reached the home-page of Marco Terada. I am a Professor of Electrical Engineering at the University of Brasilia - Brazil. My contact information is listed at the bottom of this page. This page summarizes the academic and professional backgrounds and attempts to list only the most recent production.
1. Academic Background:
1.1 Doctor of Philosophy in Electrical Engineering (Ph.D.): The Bradley Department of Electrical Engineering - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech). Ph.D. Dissertation: "Synthesis of Dual Offset Gregorian Reflector Antennas With Very Low Cross Polarization Under Practical Constraints for Mass Production", Blacksburg, Virginia - USA, June 1995.
1.2 Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (M.S.E.E.): Department of Electrical Engineering - University of Brasilia (UnB). Master's Thesis: "Optimization of Wire Antennas Through the Modified Gradient Method", Brasilia, DF - Brazil, July 1991.
1.3 Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (B.S.E.E.): Department of Electrical Engineering - University of Brasilia (UnB). Undergraduate Project: "Analysis of Transmission Line Structures by the Finite Element Method", Brasilia, DF - Brazil, September 1989.
2. Professional Experience:
2.1 Associate Professor: Dept. of Electrical Engineering at the University of Brasilia - Brazil (1995 to 1998 and 2004 to present) and Dept. of Electrical Engineering at New Mexico State University (NMSU), Las Cruces - USA (2001 to 2004). Main responsibilities include teaching courses on Antennas and Telecommunication Systems, as well as conducting research and advising students within the fields of antennas and wireless communication systems. Dr. Terada was the Chairman of the graduate program for the term 2007/2008 and has also held other administrative positions, such as Head of the committee for the revision of the Electromagnetics curriculum and laboratories at the University of Brasilia, and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Microwaves, Optoelectronics and Electromagnetic Applications. Dr. Terada has been a consultant and coordinator of various projects and grants from ACEL (Brazilian National Association of Cellular Operators), CAPES Foundation (Ministry of Education of Brazil) and CNPq (Brazilian National Research Council). Dr. Terada worked in 2018 with the LOCEM group () from the Physics Department of the Federal University of Ceara and spent 3 months in 2012 at the University of Stellenbosch working with the South African radio telescope reflector antennas KAT-7 and MeerKAT/SKA (Square Kilometer Array).
2.2 Senior Engineer/INTELSAT IX Antenna Manager: with the Satellite Systems Engineering dept. of INTELSAT - International Telecommunications Satellite Organization (Sep. 1998 to April 2001). Dr. Terada was involved with the definition, procuring, negotiation, and supervising of the manufacturing, testing and acceptance of all antennas of the INTELSAT IX program (seven C- and Ku-band satellites built by Space Systems/Loral, Astrium and Alcatel/Thales, currently flying in synchronous orbits around the earth and functioning properly) and INTELSAT Broadband Ka program. In addition, Dr. Terada was the technical manager of antenna related R&D projects and supported the INTELSAT Frequency Management dept. with respect to the presentation and defense of INTELSAT positions at the ITU - International Telecommunications Union.
3. Selected Publications:
3.1 M. Terada, Reflector Antennas, in Kai Chang (ed.), Wiley Encyclopedia of RF and Microwave Engineering 2nd ed., John Wiley and Sons, 2020, v. 1, p. 1-20 (in print).
3.2 L. Pereira and M. Terada, "Synthesis of Antennas for Field and Polarization Control", Journal of Electromagnetic Analysis and Applications, Vol. 9, pp. 97-112, July 2017.
3.3 R. Rabelo and M. Terada, Optimization of Antennas Integrated to Wireless Communication Systems, Saarbrucken - Germany: OmniScriptum GmbH & Co. KG (Book in Portuguese: New Academic Editions), 128 pages, 2016.
3.4 A. Linhares, A.J.M. Soares and M. Terada, "Determination of Measurement Points in Urban Environments for Assessment of Maximum Exposure to EMF Associated with a Base Station", International Journal of Antennas and Propagation, Vol. 2014, pp. 1-7, Sep. 2014.
3.5 A. Linhares, M. Terada and A.J.M. Soares, "Estimating the Location of Maximum Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields Associated with a Radiocommunication Station",Journal of Microwaves, Optoelectronics and Electromagnetic Applications, Vol. 12, No. 1, pp. 141-157, Jan. 2013.
3.6 P. Wanderley and M. Terada, "Assessment of the Applicability of the Ikegami Propagation Model in Modern Wireless Communication Scenarios", Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications, Vol. 26, No. 11-12, pp. 1483-1491,2012.
3.7 P. Wanderley and M. Terada, "Assessment of the Influence of Real-World Radio Station Antennas", Brazilian Journal of Biomedical Engineering, Vol. 27, pp. 45-51, Dec. 2011.
3.8 L. Pereira and M. Terada, "New Method for Optimum Design of Pyramidal Horn Antennas", Journal of Microwaves, Optoelectronics and Electromagnetic Applications, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 266-277, June 2011.
3.9 R. Rabelo and M. Terada, "Analysis and Optimization of Wire Antennas over the Internet", IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine, v. 52, No. 1, p. 188-194, Feb. 2010.
4. Selected Completed Advising of Graduate Students:
4.1 (MSEE) Adriano Goetz da Silva, "Assessment of the Digital Broadcasting System of the Brazilian Communication Agency", University of Brasilia, Degree awarded: April 2015.
4.2 (PhD) Leandro de Paula Santos Pereira, "Synthesis of Antennas for Field and Polarization Control", University of Brasilia, Degree awarded: March 2015.
4.3 (PhD) Rafael Rabelo Nunes, "Computational Platform for the Optimization of Antennas Efficiently Integrated to Wireless Communication Systems", University of Brasilia, Degree awarded: August 2012.
4.4 (PhD) Paulo Henrique Sales Wanderley, "Reformulation of the Ikegami Propagation Model for Modern Scenarios at Frequencies up to 6 GHz", University of Brasilia, Degree awarded: December 2011.
4.5 (MSEE) Leandro de Paula Santos Pereira, "Synthesis of Antennas for Tri-Dimensional Polarizations" , University of Brasilia, Degree awarded: March 2011.
4.6 (MSEE) Mauricio de Almeida Silva, "Update of the ENE/UnB Antenna Laboratory for Measurements of Signals in Wireless Environments Operating up to 6 GHz" , University of Brasilia, Degree awarded: March 2011.
5. Antenna Codes:
http://www.ene.unb.br/terada/antennas (Java Applets: Reflector and Wire Antennas)
6. Contact Information:
Full CV (in Portuguese): Curriculo Lattes (CNPq)
Phone: +55 (61) 3307-2308