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Tuba Yilmaz
Tuba Yilmaz
Associate Professor, Istanbul Technical University
Verified email at itu.edu.tr
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Detecting vital signs with wearable wireless sensors
T Yilmaz, R Foster, Y Hao
Sensors 10 (12), 10837-10862, 2010
3862010
Broad-Band Tissue Mimicking Phantoms and a Patch Resonator for Evaluating Non-Invasive Monitoring of Blood Glucose Levels
T Yilmaz, R Foster, Y Hao
Antennas and Propagation, IEEE Transactions on , 62 (6), 3064,3075, 2014
1342014
Characterization and testing of a skin mimicking material for implantable antennas operating at ISM band (2.4 GHz-2.48 GHz)
T Yilmaz, T Karacolak, E Topsakal
IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters 7, 418-420, 2008
962008
Radio-Frequency and Microwave Techniques for Non-Invasive Measurement of Blood Glucose Levels
T Yilmaz, R Foster, Y Hao
Diagnostics 9 (1), 34, 2019
952019
Multi-objective optimization of circular magnetic couplers for wireless power transfer applications
T Yilmaz, N Hasan, R Zane, Z Pantic
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 53 (8), 1-12, 2017
692017
Towards Accurate Dielectric Property Retrieval of Biological Tissues for Blood Glucose Monitoring
T Yilmaz, R Foster, Y Hao
Microwave Theory and Techniques, IEEE Transactions on 62 (12), 3193 - 3204, 2014
692014
Microwave dielectric property based classification of renal calculi: Application of a kNN algorithm
B Saçlı, C Aydınalp, G Cansız, S Joof, T Yilmaz, M Çayören, B Önal, ...
Computers in biology and medicine 112, 103366, 2019
462019
Machine learning aided diagnosis of hepatic malignancies through in vivo dielectric measurements with microwaves
T Yilmaz, MA Kılıç, M Erdoğan, M Çayören, D Tunaoğlu, İ Kurtoğlu, ...
Physics in Medicine and Biology 61 (13), 5089, 2016
362016
Electrical property characterization of blood glucose for on-body sensors
T Yilmaz, Y Hao
Proceedings of the 5th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation …, 2011
262011
Multi-objective particle swarm optimization applied to the design of wireless power transfer systems
N Hasan, T Yilmaz, R Zane, Z Pantic
2015 IEEE Wireless Power Transfer Conference (WPTC), 1-4, 2015
172015
Safe: A novel microwave imaging system design for breast cancer screening and early detection—clinical evaluation
A Janjic, M Cayoren, I Akduman, T Yilmaz, E Onemli, O Bugdayci, ...
Diagnostics 11 (3), 533, 2021
132021
Characterization of muscle and fat mimicking gels at MICS and ISM bands (402–405 MHz and 2.40–2.48 GHz)
T Yilmaz, T Karacolak, E Topsakal
XXIX Gen. Assoc. Int. Union Rad. Sci, 2008
132008
In Vivo Dielectric Properties of Healthy and Benign Rat Mammary Tissues from 500 MHz to 18 GHz
T Yilmaz, FA Alkan
Sensors 20 (8), 2214, 2020
122020
Wearable wireless sensors for healthcare applications
T Yilmaz, M Munoz, RN Foster, Y Hao
2013 International Workshop on Antenna Technology (iWAT), 376-379, 2013
112013
Patch resonator for non-invasive detection of dielectric property changes in biological tissues
T Yilmaz, R Foster, Y Hao
Proceedings of the 2012 IEEE International Symposium on Antennas and …, 2012
112012
Compact resonators for permittivity reconstruction of biological tissues
T Yilmaz, Y Hao
2011 XXXth URSI General Assembly and Scientific Symposium, 1-4, 2011
112011
Antennas and propagation for body-centric wireless communications: Current status, applications and future trend
Y Hao, A Brizzi, R Foster, M Munoz, A Pellegrini, T Yilmaz
2012 IEEE International Workshop on Electromagnetics: Applications and …, 2012
102012
Towards non-invasive diagnosis of skin cancer: Sensing depth investigation of open-ended coaxial probes
C Aydinalp, S Joof, T Yilmaz
Sensors 21 (4), 1319, 2021
92021
Multiclass Classification of Hepatic Anomalies with Dielectric Properties: From Phantom Materials to Rat Hepatic Tissues
T Yilmaz
Sensors 20 (2), 530, 2020
92020
Characterization of Open-Ended Coaxial Probe Sensing Depth with Respect to Aperture Size for Dielectric Property Measurement of Heterogeneous Tissues
C Aydinalp, S Joof, I Dilman, I Akduman, T Yilmaz
Sensors 22 (3), 760, 2022
72022
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