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Full name: 
Emmanouil M Tentzeris
Job title: 
; Ken Byers Professor in Flexible Electronics
Technical Interest Groups: Electromagnetics
Email address: 
Work phone: 
TSRB 539

Professor Emmanouil (Manos) M. Tentzeris was born and grew up in Piraeus,Greece. He graduated from Ionidios Model School of Piraeus in 1987 and received the Diploma (Suma Cum Laude) from the National Technical University in Athens, Greece in 1992 and the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering andComputer Science from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor in 1993 and1998, respectively.

He joined the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering in 1998.

Research interests: 
  • 3D-Printed/Inkjet-Printed RF Electronics, Batteries and Sensors 
  • "Green" and sustainable energy harvesting (e.g. RF, mechanical, thermal, UV) and Wireless Power Transfer systems
  • Nanotechnology-based Ultrasensitive Sensors 
  • Origami Antennas and RF Modules with Morphing Characteristics 
  • Novel Flexible Electronics, Packaging & 3D Modules up to mm-wave Frequency-range 
  • Wearable and Implantable Wireless Body-Area Networks 
  • Internet of Things, "Smart Skin", "Zero-Power", and "Smart Energy" Applications
  • Real-Time Multiresolution Algorithms for the Analysis and Design of Wireless Communication Front-Ends.
  • Novel RFID Antennas, Architectures and Sensor Systems

J.G.Hester, S.Kim, J.Bito, T.Le, J.Kimionis, D.Revier, C.Saintsing, W.Su, B.Tehrani, A.Traille, B.S.Cook and M.M.Tentzeris, "Additively Manufactured Nanotechnology and Origami-Enabled Flexible Microwave Electronics", Proceedings of IEEE, Vol.103, No.4, pp.583-606, April 2015.

S.Kim, R.Vyas, J.Bito, K.Niotaki, A.Collado, A.Georgiadis and M.M.Tentzeris, "Ambient RF Energy-Harvesting Technologies for Self-Sustainable Standalone Wireless Platforms", Proceedings of IEEE, Vol.102, No.11, pp.1649-1666, November 2014.

A.Rida, L.Yang, R.Vyas and M.M.Tentzeris, "Conductive Inkjet-Printed Antennas on Flexible Low-Cost Paper-Based Substrates for RFID and WSN Applications", IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine, Vol.51, No.3, pp.13-23, June 2009.

L.Yang, A.Rida, R.Vyas and M.M.Tentzeris, "RFID Tag and RF Structures on Paper Substrates using Inkjet-Printing Technology", IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, Vol.55, No.12, Part 2, pp.2894-2901, December 2007.

S.Nikolaou, R.Bairavasubramanian, C.Lugo, I.Carasquillo, D.Thompson, G.E.Ponchak, J.Papapolymerou, and M.M.Tentzeris, "Pattern and Frequency Reconfigurable Annular Slot Antenna using PIN Diodes", IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, Vol.54, No.2-I, pp.439-448, February 2006.

R.R.Tummala, M.Swaminathan, M.M.Tentzeris, J.Laskar, G.-K.Chang, S.Sitaraman, D.Keezer, D.Guidotti, Z.Huang, K.Lim, L.Wan, S.K.Bhattacharya, V.Sundaram, F.Liu and P.M.Raj, "The SOP for Miniaturized, Mixed-Signal Computing, Communication and Consumer Systems of the Next Decade", IEEE Transactions on Advanced Packaging, Vol.27 No.2, pp.250-267, May 2004.

D.C.Thompson, O.Tantot, H.Jallageas, G.E.Ponchak, M.M.Tentzeris and J.Papapolymerou, "Characterization of Liquid Crystal Polymer (LCP) Material and Transmission Lines on LCP Substrates from 30-110 GHz", IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, Vol.52, No.4, pp.1343-1352, April 2004.

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