Hi, my name is Lucas Polo. I am an PhD student from Spain. I am doing my research at Escuela Politécnica Superior in Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. I am also a member of the RFCAS (Radio Frequency: Circuits Antennas & Systems) research group.
I was born in 1992 and thanks to my parents job I spent my childhood surrounded by computers. This caused me to feel a huge fascination for all kind of electronic devices that led me to start my studies of “Ingeniería de Telecomunicación” (Electrical Engineering) in 2010. I obtained my BSc degree in 2014 after finishing my BSc Thesis, “Analysis and design of horn antennas with arbitrary profiles using Mode Matching”. After that I took a two year master course to obtain the “Máster Universitario en Ingeniería de Telecomunicación” degree (Master in Electrical Engineering). Currently I’m a PhD student and I want to continue my professional career as an academic, dedicated both to teaching and research.
Currently my research is related to the efficient modelling and optimization of waveguide devices, with special interest on horn antennas.