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SCI-SSCI or SCI Expanded Articles

  • A. Alparslan, "Spectral Analysis of Line Sources with Complex Longitudinal Wavenumbers in Planarly Layered Media," in IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, doi: 10.1109/TAP.2020.3008617 (early access).
  • M. Wang, K. Schmidt, A. Alparslan, Ch. Hafner, “hp-FEM and PML analysis of plasmonic particles in layered media”, Progress in Electromagnetics Research (PIER), 142, 523-544, (2013).
  • A. Alparslan, Ch. Hafner, “Analysis of photonic structures by the Multiple Multipole Program with complex origin layered geometry Green’s functions”, J. Comput. Theor. Nanosci., 9, (3), 479-485, (2012).
  • A. Alparslan, Ch. Hafner, “Using layered geometry Green’s functions in the Multiple Multipole Program”, J. Comput. Theor. Nanosci., 8, (8), 1600-1608, (2011).
  • A. Alparslan, M.I. Aksun and K. A. Michalski, “Closed-form Green’s functions in planar layered media for all ranges and materials”, IEEE Trans. on Microwave Theory and Tech., 58, (3), 602-613, (2010).
  • M. I. Aksun, A. Alparslan, E. P. Karabulut, E. Irci, V. B. Ertürk, “Determining the effective constitutive parameters of finite periodic structures: Photonic Crystals and Metamaterials”, IEEE Trans. on Microwave Theory and Tech., 56, (6), 1423-1434, (2008).

International Articles

  • M. Wang, A. Alparslan, S. M. Schnepp, Ch. Hafner, “Optimization of a plasmon-assisted-waveguide coupler using FEM and MMP”, Progress in Electromagnetics Research B (PIER B), 59, 219-229, (2014).

International Conference Proceedings

  • A. Alparslan, "Mode Analysis of Waveguides in Layered Media", International Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society (ACES) Symposium, Denver-USA, (March 2018)
  • A. Alparslan "Spectral Effects of Layered Media on the Mode Analysis of Photonic Waveguides", 2017 Progress in Electromagnetic Research Symposium (PIERS), St. Petersburg, Russia, (May 2017)
  • M. Y. Wang, B. T. Feng, A. Alparslan, K. Schmidt and C. Hafner, "HOFMOPF — A general framework to design and optimize plasmonic structures," 2016 Progress in Electromagnetic Research Symposium (PIERS), Shanghai, China, (August 2016)
  • A. Alparslan, Ch. Hafner, "Current Status of MMP Analysis of Photonic Structures in Layered Media", 2016 IEEE International Conference on Wireless Information Technology and Applied Computational Electromagnetics, Hawaii-USA, (March 2016)
  • A. Alparslan, Ch. Hafner, “Eigenvalue analysis of plasmonic waveguides in layered media by Method of Multiple Multipoles”, Workshop on Scattering by Aggragates (in Surfaces), Bremen Germany, (March 2014)
  • A. Alparslan, Ch. Hafner, “Eigenvalue analysis of plasmonic waveguides in layered geometries”, SPIE-COS Photonics Asia, pp. 856416-856416-7, Beijing, China, (November 2012)
  • A. Alparslan, Ch. Hafner, “Analysis of photonic structures in layered geometries by MMP”, Scientific Computing in Electrical Engineering (SCEE2012), Zurich, Switzerland, (September 2012)
  • A. Alparslan, Ch. Hafner, “Semi analytical numerical analysis of plasmonic structures in layered geometries”, SPIE Optics + Photonics, pp.809622, San Diego, CA, USA, (September 2011)
  • A. Alparslan, Ch. Hafner, “Simulating photonic structures in layered geometries by the Multiple Multipole Program”, Proc. SPIE 8083, Modeling Aspects in Optical Metrology III, 808304, Munich, Germany, (May 2011)
  • A. Alparslan, M. I. Aksun, “Thickness dependent behavior of surface Plasmon Polaritons in layered media”, IEEE Photonics Global, Singapore, (December 2008)


  • IEEE Microwave Theory And Techniques Society Undergraduate Scholarship (August 2008)
  • IEEE Antennas And Propagation Society Undergraduate Scholarship (August 2008)

» Courses Given

EEM 217 Differential Equations (Fall '16, '17)

  • The main aim of this course is to classify and analyze the ordinary and partial differential equations. In this course, 1st and 2nd order linear differential equations, systems of 1st order differential equations and heat and wave equations will be analyzed, together with some computational tools for the solution of differential equations. At the end of this course, the student will be able to use several solution techniques for different types of differential equations and therefore will be able to use the language of mathematics to analyze life.

EEM 218 Electric Circuits 2 (Fall '18)

EEM 223 Electromagnetics (Spring '17 '18)

  • In this course, electromagnetism, which is one of the fundamental concepts of electrical and electrics engineering, will be introduced. During the course, laws of static electric and magnetic fields and application areas will be discussed with computer-aided examples. The student will understand the physical effects of stationary charges and currents and their applications areas after completing this course successfully.