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Prof. Dr. Burak Polat
aburakpolat@gmail.com

Beykent University
Electronics and Communications Engineering Department
Istanbul
Turkey

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Polat, Prof. Dr. Burak     (Easy Link: http://www.worldsci.org/people/Burak_Polat)
Professor, Electrical Engineer

Interests: Electromagnetism, Antennas, Propagation, Radiation, Scattering, Applied Mathematics, Mathematical Physics
Nationality: Turkish
Member since: 2010
Age: 46
Born: Friday, December 10, 1971

Abstracts Online:
2007On Poynting's Theorem and Reciprocity Relations for Discontinuous Fields
2006Spatiotemporal Coupling in Jump Conditions on a Planar Material Sheet
2011Principles of a Frame Indifferent Classical Electromagnetic Field Theory

Event Attendence:
2012-08-1932nd Progress In Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS): Various Models for Electrodynamics and Applications to Moving MediaConference will attend
2011-12-03Fatal Flaws in Classical ElectromagnetismVideo Conference
2011-11-12The Electromagnetic Nature of Gravity and InertiaVideo Conference
2011-10-29The Field Approach to Thermodynamics and the Carnot Cycle, Part 1Video Conference
2011-10-15The Galilean Invariance of Maxwell?s EquationsVideo Conference
2010-09-25Questioning Einstein: Is Relativity Necessary?Video Conference
2010-09-18Dark Energy Mystery Solved?Video Conference
2010-09-04How God Made AtomsVideo Conference
2010-08-28A Testable Electromagnetic and Gravitational InterfaceVideo Conference
2010-07-24Diamagnetism and ParamagnetismVideo Conference
2010-07-10Satellite Orbit Perturbations in a Dusty Martian AtmosphereVideo Conference
2010-06-2317th Natural Philosophy Alliance ConferenceConference (Absentia)
2010-06-12Unified Theory's New Principle of Null ActionVideo Conference
2010-06-05Searching for Room Temperature SuperconductorsVideo Conference
2010-05-15Introduction to the Theory Of DespaceVideo Conference
2010-05-08Polarization EntanglementVideo Conference
2010-05-01The Meaning of Maxwell's Equations, Part 1: Gauss D LawVideo Conference
2010-04-24Introduction and Acceptance of a Classical Charge Fiber Model (CFM) of Elementary Particles Evaluated by Means of an Online Tutorial-Based SurveyVideo Conference
2010-04-17The Generalization of Mechanics and ElectrodynamicsVideo Conference
2010-04-10Antigravity, the Missing Force is Discovered!Video Conference
2010-04-03The Control of the Natural ForcesVideo Conference
2010-03-27Golden Ratio Phase Conjugation and the New Fractal Field ScienceVideo Conference
2010-03-20Nonlinear Continuum Mechanics of Space and the Unified Field Theory - Part 2Video Conference
2010-03-06The Conflict Between Action at a Distance and Field TheoriesVideo Conference
2010-02-27The Mole Hill EffectVideo Conference
2010-02-20Realitivistic RelativityVideo Conference
2010-02-13Strategic Approaches To Facilitate Scientific ChangeVideo Conference
2010-02-06The Origin of the Universe and Its Subsequent EvolutionVideo Conference
2010-01-30Nonlinear Continuum Mechanics of Space and the Unified Field Theory - Part 1Video Conference

Biography

Education:
  • 10/1982 - 07/1989: Kadikoy Anatolian High School, Istanbul
  • 10/1989 - 07/1993: B.Sc., Electronics and Communications Engineering Department, Istanbul Technical University, B.Sc. Thesis: A Hybrid Method for Inverse Scattering Problems Related With Cylindrical Bodies Buried in a Slab, Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Mithat IDEMEN
  • 10/1993 - 02/1995: M.Sc., Electronics and Communications Engineering Department, Istanbul Technical University, M.Sc. Thesis: Wave Propagation Through Linearly Tapered Homogeneous Slab Waveguides, Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Ercan TOPUZ
  • 03/1995 - 03/1997: Ph.D., Electronics and Communications Engineering Department, Istanbul Technical University, Ph.D. Thesis: Diffraction of Acoustic Waves by a Semi-infinite Cylindrical Impedance Pipe of Certain Wall Thickness, Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Alinur BUYUKAKSOY
Academic Positions:
  • 07/1994 - 02/1996: Research Assistant, Electronics Engineering Department, Gebze Institute of Technology
  • 06/1996 - 06/1997: Research Assistant, Electronics Engineering Department, Istanbul University
  • 06/1997 - 11/1998: Assistant Professor, Electronics Engineering Department, Istanbul University
  • 07/1997 - 11/1998: Military Service (compulsory)
  • 11/1998 - 07/2000: Associate Professor, Electronics Engineering Department, Istanbul University
  • 09/2000 - 09/2001: Assistant Professor, Antenna and Electromagnetics Group, Oersted-DTU, Section for Electromagnetic Systems, Technical University of Denmark
  • 12/2001 - 01/2003: Senior Researcher, Electronic Systems Group (ESG), Information Technologies Research Institute (BTAE), Marmara Research Center (MAM ), The Scientific and Technical Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK)
  • 05/2003 - 10/2005: Associate Professor, Electronics and Communications Engineering Department, Faculty of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Istanbul Technical University
  • 10/2005 - 10/2010: Professor, Electronics Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering and Architecture, Uludag University
  • 08/2007 - 08/2009: Professor, Mathematics Department, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Uludag University
  • 10/2010 - ongoing: Professor, Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering and Architecture, Trakya University
Administrative Positions:
  • 05/2003 - 03/2005: Co-Director, ITU-CSCRS: Center for Satellite Communications and Remote Sensing, Istanbul Technical University
  • 10/2005 - ongoing: Head, Electromagnetic Fields and Microwave Technique Division, Electronics Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering and Architecture, Uludag University
  • 10/2005 - 08/2007: Erasmus Program Coordinator, Electronics Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering and Architecture, Uludag University
  • 07/2006 - 03/2007: Vice Head,Electronics Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering and Architecture, Uludag University
  • 10/2010 - ongoing: Founding Chair, Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering and Architecture, Trakya University
Visiting Positions:
  • 01/2000 - 09/2000: Visiting Researcher, Computational Electromagnetics Research Group, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., Clemson University, SC, USA. Invited by: Prof. Dr. L. Wilson Pearson
  • 07/2004 - 10/2004: Visiting Researcher, Electromagnetic Compatibility Lab.,Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, CANADA. Invited by: Prof. Dr. Christopher W. Trueman
  • 09/2007: Erasmus Lecturer, Institute of Mathematics, University of Rzeszow, POLAND. Invited by: Prof. Dr. Andrzej Kaminski
  • 02/2008: Visiting Researcher, Dept. of Electrical and Computer Dept., Ben Gurion University of the Negev, ISRAEL. Invited by: Prof. Dr. Dan Censor
Other Appointments:

Papers by Prof. Dr. Burak Polat



On Poynting's Theorem and Reciprocity Relations for Discontinuous Fields

(2007)

Prof. Dr. Burak Polat
Beykent University, Electronics and Communications Engineering Department, Istanbul, Turkey; aburakpolat@gmail.com


Volume 49, No. 4, pp. 74-83
Keywords: Maxwell equations, Poynting theorem, electromagnetic analysis, electromagnetic fields, electromagnetic energy, reciprocity, reaction concept, distribution theory

Lookup: reciprocity (2), electromagnetic fields (3), maxwell equations (9), electromagnetic energy (3), theory (173), fields (36), energy (303), reaction (5), electromagnetic (46), equations (52), maxwell (22), concept (7), theorem (12), analysis (5), distribution (2)

Abstract:

IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine, Vol. 49, No. 4, August 2007. Poynting's theorem and reciprocity relations are investigated, based on the postulate that Maxwell's equations are always valid in the sense of distributions. Three special cases of practical importance in which the fields possess bounded discontinuities on simple (nonmaterial) and material interfaces between two different media are rigorously examined, incorporating the basic properties of the Heaviside unit step function and the Dirac delta distribution for multiple variables.



Spatiotemporal Coupling in Jump Conditions on a Planar Material Sheet

(2006)

Prof. Dr. Burak Polat
Beykent University, Electronics and Communications Engineering Department, Istanbul, Turkey; aburakpolat@gmail.com


Keywords: Maxwell, Lorentz

Lookup: lorentz (73), maxwell (22)

Abstract:

The coupling mechanism between spatial and temporal jumps in electromagnetic field quantities on a planar material sheet is investigated based on the theory of distributions. The methodology is an extended version of that developed by 2demen for spatial and temporal jumps separately.



Principles of a Frame Indifferent Classical Electromagnetic Field Theory

(2011)

Prof. Dr. Burak Polat
Beykent University, Electronics and Communications Engineering Department, Istanbul, Turkey; aburakpolat@gmail.com
(Absentia)



(21 pages)

Abstract:

In this three part investigation we provide the mathematical foundations and principles of a frame indifferent classical electromagnetic field theory (FIEFT) for arbitrarily moving material media with arbitrary constitution based on convective and comoving time derivative operators. Part 1 is devoted to the mathematical tools utilized in establishing the field theory. It starts with the description of material points in arbitrary Euclidean motion, which is a characteristic of rigid (non-deforming) bodies and incompressible inhomogeneous fluids in continuum mechanics. Next we establish the mathematical link between spatial and time derivatives of vector fields between Eulerian and Lagrangian frames via coordinate transformations in Euclidean space. Regarding the images of time derivatives of field quantities, we necessarily invoke the convective and comoving time derivatives. We also provide a proof of the representation of the comoving time derivative for scalar and vector density fields along with its certain differential, commutative and integral properties. In Part 2 we provide the axiomatic structure of our field theory where the frame indifferent electromagnetic field equations are obtained directly as images of Maxwell equations of stationary media under Euclidean (aka observer) transformations. The commutative properties derived between spatial differential and comoving time derivative operators help us derive progressive wave equations for the two standard (translational and rotational) types of Euclidean motion. In Part 3 we describe the general formulation of a boundary value problem for an arbitrarily moving object and investigate three canonical problems of practical interest to demonstrate the predictions of FIEFT.

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