Cristina Borda Fortuny
New frequency reconfigurable antennas with wide range tuning
High-gain dual-band frequency reconfigurable Vivaldi antenna
M.Res in Security Science - University College London
M.Sc in Telecommunications Engineering - La Salle BCN, Universitat Ramon Llull
B.Sc in Telecommunications Engineering majoring in Electronics - La Salle BCN, Universitat Ramon Llull
I'M ORIGINALLY FROM...
My main research interests are antennas focusing on optimizing the reconfigurable antenna design for maximum efficiency at different frequency bands.
- Reconfigurable antennas
- Satellite communications
- Low-cost state-of-the-art technology
C. Borda Fortuny, K. F. Tong, K. Chetty, P. Brittan, "High-Gain Triple-Band Reconfigurable Vivaldi Antenna", IEEE-APS Topical Conference on Antennas and Propagation in Wireless Communications 2014
C. Borda Fortuny, K. F. Tong, K. Chetty, D. M. Benton, "High-Gain Frequency Reconfigurable Vivaldi Antenna", IEEE International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation 2014
M. Ezeoke, C. Borda Fortuny, K. F. Tong, "Terrain Backscatter and Oil Sand Exploration: Average Reflectivity Analysis", International Radar Conference 2014
A. Amiri, C. Borda Fortuny, K. F. Tong, "Reconfigurable Antennas For Very Wide Spectrum Monitoring", 2014 IEEE International Workshop on Electromagnetics
C. Borda Fortuny, A. Amiri, K. F. Tong, "Development of reconfigurable multiple wideband antenna for radar and monitoring applications", The 9th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation, EuCAP 2015
K. F. Tong, C. Borda Fortuny, J. Bai, "Low Cost 3D-printed Monopole Fluid Antenna", International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation, ISAP2015
UCL Barlow Memorial Lecture 2013, April 2013, London
International Crime Science Conference, July 2013, London
UCL Mildner Memorial Lecture 2014, April 2014, London
IEEE International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation and USNC-URSI Radio Science Meeting, IEEE AP-S, July 2014, Memphis TN
UCL Barlow Memorial Lecture 2015, May 2015, London
International Crime Science Conference, July 2015, London
UCL - Birmingham Radar Group Away Day, May 2016, Oxford
WHY I APPLIED TO THE SECURITY SCIENCE DTC
During my last year of M.Sc I found myself more interested in the antennas world. The SECReT programme provides me the opportunity to do research in this exciting field, while learning in a multidisciplinary environment also bringing academia and industry together.
WHAT I DO WHEN I'M NOT STUDYING
I like reading, watching TV series, going to the cinema and I love travelling and skiing!
MY CAREER ASPIRATIONS
Don't stop learning and also work on innovative solutions, based on technology and communications.
LinkedIn: Cristina Borda Fortuny
contact [@] cristinaborda.com