Automotive radar sensor antenna system

  • Automotive radar sensor antenna system

School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
& ECIT Global Research Institute

Proposed Project Title: Automotive radar sensor antenna system 

Principal Supervisor:   Dmitry Zelenchuk             Second Supervisor: Vincent Fusco

Project Description:

It is projected that by 2035 25% of new vehicles sold in UK will be autonomous. Among key technologies enabling the autonomous operation of a vehicle stands the mm-wave radar sensor that allows obstacle detection at distances from few to hundreds meters. The research will concentrate on new W-band automotive radar sensor antenna system. The study will explore novel antenna architectures, integration of W-band sensor with other augmenting technologies such as infrared sensors, and integration of the antenna with embedded active circuitry.

Students with a 2.1 or first class degree in electronic engineering and physics are welcome to apply. The research will require understanding of fundamentals of electromagnetic theory, and experience electromagnetic simulations and laboratory measurements.


Contact details

Supervisor Name:Dr Dmitry Zelenchuk                             Tel: +44 (0)28 9097 1761
QUB Address:       ECIT, Queens Rd, Belfast, BT39DT         Email: d.zelenchuk@qub.ac.uk