Company

Jakob Rosenkrantz de Lasson

Position: Research Engineer
Education: M.Sc., Ph.D., Physics and Nanotechnology
Specialization: Photonics, Computational Electrodynamics
With TICRA since: 2016
Phone (direct): +45 3334 6436
Jakob received the M.Sc. degree in physics and nanotechnology (2012) from the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and the Ph.D. degree in theoretical and computational nanophotonics (2015) from DTU Fotonik, the Department of Photonics Engineering. In 2016, Jakob joined TICRA’s consultancy division where he is working on R&D, analysis and design of antennas for space applications as well as support and maintenance of TICRA’s main software packages.

Papers

12
Jul
2017
Co-authors:
Leri Datashvili / Jean-Christophe Angevain

Spaceborne deployable mesh reflectors are lightweight antennas made by a tensioned net supporting an RF reflecting mesh, which are deployed in orbit. The tensioned net is typically made by regular...

12
Jul
2017
Co-authors:
Giovanni Toso

The latest advances on the use of curved reflectarrays for telecommunication applications is presented in this paper. For contoured beam applications, the curvature of the reflectarray surface can...

22
Mar
2017
Co-authors:
David Marote Alvarez, Marc Bergada, Raquel Gonzalez, Peter de Maagt

We report an RF study at 50 GHz of the Ice Cloud Imager, consisting of a parabolic reflector inside a semiclosed sun shield, as obtained with full-wave method of moments (MoM) and the asymptotic...

15
Nov
2016
Co-authors:
L. Datashvili / J. Pauw / N. Maghaldadze / M. Migliorelli / J. C. Angevain

This paper focuses on a comparison of possible techniques for grating lobes reduction, applicable to large deployable mesh reflectors based on a peripheral deployable ring. The techniques are...