Sandra Costanzo

University of Calabria Italy

Sandra Costanzo received the Laurea degree (summa cum laude) in Computer Engineering from the University of Calabria in 1996, and the PhD degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of Reggio Calabria in 2000. Currently, she is an Associate Professor at University of Calabria, Italy, where she teaches the courses of electromagnetic waves propagation, remote sensing and radar systems, signal and waves in telecommunications. Her research interests are focused on near-field far-field techniques, antenna measurement techniques, antenna analysis and synthesis, numerical methods in electromagnetics, millimeter-wave antennas, reflectarrays, synthesis methods for microwave structures, electromagnetic characterization of materials, antennas for biomedical applications, innovative antennas and technologies for radar applications. She serves as reviewer for various international journals, she is Associate Editor of IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, IEEE Access and IEEE Journal of Electromagnetics, RF and Microwaves in Medicine and Biology; she is member of the Editorial Board for Radioengineering and Electrical and Electronic Engineering. She is the Lead Editor of the following Special Issues: - 'Reflectarray Antennas: Analysis and Synthesis Techniques” , International Journal of Antennas and Propagation, 2012 (; - ' Advances in Radar Technologies”, Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2014 (; - ' Compressed Sensing: Applications in Radar and Communications”, The Scientific World Journal ( She has (co) authored more than 170 contributions in international journals, books and conferences.

Sandra Costanzo

2books edited

4chapters authored

Latest work with IntechOpen by Sandra Costanzo

Wave Propagation Concepts for Near-Future Telecommunication Systems is an edited book discussing recent researches for the development of innovative telecommunication systems, with particular focus on the propagation aspects and radiating systems design. It is divided into two sections: Section 1, devoted to the illustration of advanced results in terms of microwave propagation at high operating frequencies, and Section 2, illustrating new electromagnetic concepts and applications.

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