Mohammad Mehrabi Gohari
Kungliga Tekniska Högskolanhttps://www.kth.se/profile/mohmg
Mohammad Mehrabi G. was born in Kerman, Iran in 1991. He received his B.Sc. degree in Electrical engineering-communication from the Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman, in 2015, M.Sc. in Electrical engineering-electromagnetic from Iran University of science and technology, in 2018. Since August 2019 he started his PhD at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology, as part of the TESLA project H2020-MSCA-ITN. His research focuses is Millimeter and sub-millimeter wavelength filters for space application.
He has done research on RF microwave circuits, low phase noise oscillators, microwave filters, SIW structures, multi-mode resonators, microwave power amplifiers, and metamaterial absorbers. He is author and co-author of several reviewed research papers.
1. Mehrabi, Mohammad, et al. "Polarization-insensitive, ultra-broadband, and compact metamaterial-inspired optical absorber via wide-angle and highly efficient performances." Applied optics 57.14 (2018): 3693-3703.
2. Mehrabi, Mohammad, et al. "Compact reconfigurable triple‐mode triple‐band substrate integrated waveguide bandpass filter." International Journal of RF and Microwave Computer‐Aided Engineering 30.3 (2020): e22099.
3. Farokhipour, E., Mehrabi, M., et al. "A Spoof Surface Plasmon Polaritons (SSPPs) Based Dual-Band-Rejection Filter with Wide Rejection Bandwidth." Sensors, 20.24 (2020): 7311.