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Name Dr. Rashid Saleem
Designation Assistant Professor
Department Telecommunication Engineering (Taxila)
Highest Qualification Ph.D University of Manchester UK
Specialization Antenna Design and Modelling
Phone No +92 51 9047 923
Cell No
Fax No +92 51 9047 420
Email [email protected]

 

Degree

University

Subjects

Year

PhD

The University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom

Electrical and Electronic Engineering

2011

MS

Center for Advanced Studies in Engineering, CASE, Islamabad

Computer Engineering

2006

BS

Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology, Topi, KPK

Electronic Engineering

1999

A-Level

University of Cambridge through Sadiq Public School Bahawalpur

Science

1994

O-Level

University of Cambridge through Sadiq Public School Bahawalpur

Science

1992

  1. Microwaves
  2. Antennas: Theory and design
  3. Propagation
  4. Ultra Wideband communication
  5. 3D Ray-Tracing based wireless channel modeling
  6. Metamaterials
  7. Reflectarray Antenna (RA)
  8. Frequency Selective Surfaces (FSSs)

List of Publications:

Publications in impact factor HEC recognized journals:

  1. ​​​​​​​Tayyab Shabbir, Rashid Saleem, Sabih Ur Rehman, Muhammad Farhan Shafique, “A single layer delay-lines based reflectarray for X-band applications,” IEICE Electronics Express, Vol. 15, no. 2, pp. 1-8, 2018.
  2. Sajeela Bibi, Rashid Saleem, Asim Quddus, Sabih ur Rehman, M. Farhan Shafique, “Dual-Band Antenna for High Gain M2M Communication Using PRS,” Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society Journal, Vol. 32, no. 11, 2017
  3. Muhammad Bilal, Rashid Saleem, Tayyab Shabbir and M. Farhan Shafique, “A novel miniaturized FSS based electromagnetic shield for SATCOM applications,” Microwave and Optical Technology Letters, Vol 59, pp. 2107–2112, 2017
  4. Muhammad Bilal, Kashif Khalil, Rashid Saleem, Farooq Ahmed Tahir, M. Farhan Shafique, “An Interdigital FSS based Dual Channel UWB-MIMO Antenna Array for System-in-Package Applications,” Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society Journal, Vol.  32, No.  3, pp.  184-190, 2017.
  5. Muhammad Bilal, Rashid Saleem, Hammad Hameed Abbasi, M.  Farhan Shafique and A.  K.  Brown, “An FSS Based Non-Planar Quad Element UWB-MIMO Antenna System,” IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, vol. 16, pp. 987-990, 2017.
  6. Mudassar Nauman, Rashid Saleem, Amir Khurrum Rashid, M. Farhan Shafique, “A Miniaturized Flexible Frequency Selective Surface for X-Band Applications,” IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Vol. 58, No. 2, pp. 419-428, 2016.
  7. Syeda Irum Jafri, Rashid Saleem, M. Farhan Shafique, Anthony K. Brown, “Compact reconfigurable multiple-input-multiple-output antenna for ultra wideband applications,” IET Microwaves, Antennas & Propagation, Vol. 10, No. 4, pp. 413-419, 2016.
  8. Rashid Saleem, Muhammad Bilal, Khalid Bashir Bajwa, M. Farhan Shafique, “Eight-element UWB-MIMO array with three distinct isolation mechanisms,” Electronics Letters, Vol. 51, No. 4, pp. 311-313, 2015.
  9. Tayyab Shabbir, Rashid Saleem, M. Farhan Shafique, Adeel Akram, “UWB-MIMO Quadruple with FSS-Inspired Decoupling Structures and Defected Grounds,” Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society Journal, Vol. 30, No. 2, pp. 184-190, 2015.
  10. M. Farhan Shafique, Zeeshan Qamar, Laeeq Riaz, Rashid Saleem, Shahid A. Khan, “Coupling Suppression in Densely Packed Microstrip Arrays using Metamaterial Structure,” Microwave and Optical Technology Letters, Vol. 57, No. 3, pp. 759-763, 2015
  11. Maqsood Ahmad, Khalid Bashir Bajwa, Rashid Saleem and Umer Farooq, “Fast Prototyping of Image Processing Application on Android Platform Focused on PDF417 Decoder,” Computer Applications in Engineering Education, Vol. 23, No. 4, pp. 596-602, 2015.
  12. Ayesha Shaikh, Rashid Saleem, M. Farhan Shafique, Anthony Keith Brown, “Reconfigurable Dual-port UWB Diversity Antenna with High Port Isolation,” Electronics Letters, Vol. 50, No. 11, pp. 786-788, 2014
  13. Muhammad Bilal, Rashid Saleem, M. Farhan Shafique, Hassan A. Khan, “MIMO Application UWB Antenna Doublet Incorporating a Sinusoidal Decoupling Structure,” Microwave and Optical Technology Letters, Vol. 56, No. 7, pp. 1547 – 1553, 2014.
  14. Nayab Gogosh, M. Farhan Shafique, Rashid Saleem, Imran Usman and A. M. Faiz, “An UWB diversity antenna array with a novel H-type decoupling structure,” Microwave and Optical Technology Letters, Vol. 55, No. 11, pp. 2715-2720, 2013.
  15. Rameez Asif, Humayun Shahid, Farzana Arshad, Rashid Saleem, “Scalable nonlinear equalization in high-bit-rate optical transmission systems,” Photonics Research 1 (3), 130-135, 2013.
  16. Hassan A. Khan, Ali A. Rezazadeh and Rashid Saleem, “Impact of Collection Efficiency on the Optical Responsivity of Lattice Matched InP/InGaAs Heterojunction Phototransistors,” Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 51, No. 7, pp. 072202, 2012.
  17. Allam Mousa and Rashid Saleem, “Using Reduced Interference Distribution to Analyze Abnormal Cardiac Signal,” Journal of Electrical Engineering-Elektrotechnicky Casopis, Vol. 62, No. 3, pp. 168-172, 2011.
  18. Rashid Saleem and A. K. Brown, “Empirical miniaturization analysis of inverse parabolic step sequence based UWB antennas,” Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol. 114, 369-381, 2011.

Publications in International Peer-Reviewed Conferences

  1. Asim Quddus, Rashid Saleem, M. Farhan Shafique and Sabih ur Rehman, “Inverted P-shaped UWB antenna with dual/tri-band-notch characteristics,” 2018 International Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society Symposium (ACES), Denver, CO, USA, 2018, pp. 1-2.
  2. Rashid Saleem, Asim Quddus, “Circular slotted reconfigurable multiband patch antenna for wireless applications,” International Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society Symposium - Italy, Florence, Italy, 2017, pp. 1-2.
  3. Tayyab Shabbir, Rashid Saleem, Muhammad Bilal, Muhammad Farhan Shafique, “UWB-MIMO doublet with split decoupling structure and defected grounds,” 2017 IEEE MTT-S International Conference on Numerical Electromagnetic and Multiphysics Modeling and Optimization for RF, Microwave, and Terahertz Applications, Seville, Spain, 2017, pp. 40-42.
  4. Asim Quddus, Rashid Saleem, Sabih Ur Rehman and M.  Farhan Shafique, “Ultra wideband antenna with quad band rejection characteristics,” International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation (ISAP), Okinawa, Japan, 2016, pp.  1090-1091.
  5. Asim Quddus, Rashid Saleem, Sabih Ur Rehman and M.  Farhan Shafique, “Dual port UWB diversity/MIMO antenna with dual band-notch characteristics,” 10th International Conference on Signal Processing and Communication Systems (ICSPCS), Gold Coast, Australia, 2016, pp.  1-4.
  6. Tayyab Shabbir, Rashid Saleem, Asim Quddus, Sabih Ur Rehman and M. Farhan Shafique, “A single layer reflectarray with octagonal-ring delay-line for X-band applications,” Progress in Electromagnetic Research Symposium (PIERS), Shanghai, China, 2016, pp. 4700-4703.
  7. Asim Quddus, Rashid Saleem and Muhammad Farhan Shafique, “Dual Port UWB-MIMO Antenna with Ring Decoupling Structure,” Progress In Electromagnetics Research Symposium, Shanghai, China, 8 - 11 August, 2016
  8. Muhammad Bilal, Rashid Saleem, Faisal A. Khan, Asim Quddus and M.  Farhan Shafique, “Frequency selective surface for X-band shielding applications,” 16th Mediterranean Microwave Symposium (MMS), Abu Dhabi, 2016, pp.  1-3.
  9. Asim Quddus, Rashid Saleem and Muhammad Bilal, “Reconfigurable band-notched UWB-MIMO antenna,” 16th Mediterranean Microwave Symposium (MMS), Abu Dhabi, 2016, pp.  1-4.
  10. Rashid Saleem, Tayyab Shabbir, Sabih Ur Rehman, M. Farhan Shafique, “Elliptical UWB Antenna with Quad Band Notch Functionality,” 20th International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation (ISAP), Hobart, Australia, pp.  1-3, Nov. 2015.
  11. Hassan Tariq Chattha, Nouman Aftab, Rashid Saleem, Sabih Ur Rehman, “A Tree Shaped Monopole Antenna for GPR Applications,” 20th International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation, Hobart, Australia, pp. 1-3, Nov.  2015.
  12. Rashid Saleem and A. K. Brown, “Miniature Inverse Parabolic Step Sequence Damped Sinusoid Antenna for DS-UWB,” in Proc.  6th Loughborough Antennas and Propagation Conference, UK, pp.  569-572, Nov.  2010.
  13. Rashid Saleem and A.  K.  Brown, “Electrically Small Band-notch Reflected Inverse Parabolic Step Sequence Ultra Wideband Antenna,” 4th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation, Barcelona, pp.  1-3, April 2010.
  14. Allam Mousa and Rashid Saleem, “The shortage of WVD in analyzing abnormal ECG signal,” Symposium on Industrial Electronics and Applications, Malaysia, pp.  651- 654, Oct.  2010.
  15. Rashid Saleem, Khairi A. Hamdi, and A. K. Brown, “Performance Analysis of Multiband OFDM in a Homogeneous Poisson Field of Generic Interferers,” 20th International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications, Japan, pp.  1988-1991, sept.  2009.
  16. Rashid Saleem and A. K. Brown, “Inverse Parabolic Step Sequence Ultra Wideband Antenna,” 5th Loughborough Antennas and Propagation Conference, UK, pp. 773-775, Nov.  2009.
  17. Hala Mahmoud, Allam Mousa, Rashid Saleem, “Kalman filter channel estimation based on comb-type pilots for ofdm system in time and frequency-selective fading   environments,” Mosharaka International Conference on Communications, Computers and Applications, Jordan, pp.  59-64, Aug.  2008.

 

Sr.No.

Agency

Project Title

Amount(Rs.)

Status

Year of Grant approval

1

UET Taxila

Novel Periodic Structures (FSS) for Stealth Applications

8,20,550/-

In-progress

November 2015

2

UET Taxila

Design and Implementation of Multiple Notched Miniaturized UWB Antennas

3,75,000/-

Completed

January 2014

3

UET Taxila

Novel and Efficient Ultra Wideband antenna design

4,90,000/-

Completed

October

2013

  • Member UETT Committee for shortlisting MS candidates for Punjab Educational Endowment Fund (PEEF) - 2016
  • Member HEC Curriculum Revision Committee for Telecommunication Engineering 2014-2015
  • Member UETT Committee for shortlisting MS candidates for Punjab Educational Endowment Fund (PEEF) - 2014
  • Director Postgraduate Studies (PGS) – Telecom Engineering Department – June 2012 to July 2013
  • Committee Member: UETT 5-Year Business Plan for HEC - 2013
    • Authored Chapter No. 7 'International Academic Network'.
  • Member Industrial Linkage Committee DICE 2012
  • Member Industrial Linkage Committee Open House 2012

Rashid Saleem received BS Electronic Engineering from Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology, Pakistan, in 1999. He pursued a career in the telecommunication industry for several years while continuing education. He received M.S. from UET Taxila through Center for Advanced Studies in Engineering, Pakistan, in 2006 and PhD from the University of Manchester in 2011. In his PhD, he worked in Microwave and Communication Systems research group under the supervision of Prof. Anthony (Tony) K. Brown, head of the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, The University of Manchester.

He worked on antennas, channel modeling and interference aspects of Ultra Wideband systems during his PhD and was also member of a team designing and testing arrays for the Square Kilometer Array project. Currently, he is working as Assistant Professor at University of Engineering and Technology (UET), Taxila, Pakistan where he is supervising several postgraduate students and heading the MAP (Microwaves, Antennas and Propagation) research group. His research interests include antennas, angle-of-arrival based channel modeling, microwave periodic structures and metamaterials.

1)      Assistant Professor (March 2012 to date)

        University of Engineering and Technology, Taxila

  • Currently employed  as Assistant Professor  at  the  Department of Telecommuni- cation  Engineering.
  • Established Microwaves,   Antennas  &  Propagation (MAP)   research   group  at Telecommunication Engineering  Department
  • Established collaborations with  local universities   CAST,  COMSATS,  RIMMS NUST for fabrication, testing/measurements  and characterization of designs.
  • Supervising couple of postgrad students in the areas comprising of compact UWB MIMO antenna arrays,  3D ray-tracing based channel  modeling, Dielectric  Reso- nant Antennas (DRAs),  Frequency  Selective Surfaces and Reflector arrays.
  • Fourteen MS students completed  theses and graduated.
  • All postgrads completed  projects  within  allocated  time
  • All postgrads publishing  at international peer-reviewed  Impact  Factor  journals
  • Graduated Undergrad/Postgrad project   supervisees  working  at  LUMS,  UET Taxila,  COMSATS,  R&D organizations, Ericsson,  Huawei and NRTC.
  • One PhD  student graduated.
  • Supervising  two PhD  students - in write-up  stage
  • Courses  taught:  Introduction to  Telecommunication Technologies  (undergrad), Digital  Communication (undergrad), Radar  Systems  (undergrad), Electromag- netic Theory  (undergrad), Wave Propagation & Antennas (undergrad), Antenna Theory  and Design (postgrad), Introduction to Remote  Sensing (postgrad), Ad- vanced Electromagnetic Engineering  (postgrad).

2)      Graduate Teaching Assistant (October 2007 to June 2011)

         The University of Manchester, UK

3)      Assistant Professor Department of Electrical Engineering (June 2006 to August 2007)

          COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Islamabad, Pakistan

  • Undergraduate courses taught, Digital Signal Processing - Fall 2006, Antenna & Propagation and Signals & Systems - Spring 2007.
  • Supervised senior year projects in the areas of Digital Signal Processing and Wireless Communication
  • Course coordinator for the MS program

4)      Visiting Faculty (June 2006 to August 2007)

         Center for Advanced Studies in Engineering, Islamabad, Pakistan

  • Undergrad course taught: Digital Communication
  •  Postgrad course taught: Communication Systems

5)      System Engineer (Feb 2000 to June 2006)

         Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL), Islamabad, Pakistan

  • February 2004 - June 2006: Supervised a call center for the PTCL broadbandcustomers of Northern Pakistan region. Technical support/assistance and complaintresolution within the Service Level Agreement (SLA) specified times. Thejob required working on various ICT sides which included the PSTN exchangesand computer networks. Part of the job was scheduling field engineering teams,managing staff roster and trainings.
  • Feb 2000 - 2004: Worked at Revenue Assurance and Fraud Management region of PTCL. Tasks assigned to me were the monitoring and blockage of grey international voice minutes and assessment of the procedures that identify the sources of this traffic. Frequent liaison with Pakistan Telecommunication Authority for various revenue leakage issues

6)      Assistant Manager MIS (May to December 1999)

         WorldCall Telecom Ltd., Multan, Pakistan

  • Design and maintenance of a centralized MIS.

7)      Intern (June to July 1997)

        Alcatel-Lucent Pakistan, Islamabad, Pakistan

  • Worked with the multinationals headquarter in Islamabad, in the Engineering (Operations) Deptt. as an intern.
  • Carried out surveys for optimal site selection and prepared reports for dissemination
  • IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers)
  • IET (Institute of Engineering and Technology)
  • ACES (The Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society)

Semester

Title of course taught

Level

(Undergrad/ Postgraduate)

Spring 2012

Introduction to Telecommunication

Undergrad

Fall 2012

Electromagnetic Theory

Undergrad

Spring 2013

Wave Propagation and Antennas

Undergrad

Fall 2013

Electromagnetic Theory

Undergrad

Spring 2014

Digital Communication

Undergrad

Fall 2014

Electromagnetic Theory

Undergrad

Spring 2015

Radar Systems

Undergrad

Fall 2015

Electromagnetic Theory

Undergrad

Spring 2016

Radar Systems

Undergrad

Fall 2016

Electromagnetic Theory

Undergrad

Spring 2017

Radar Systems

Undergrad

Fall 2017

Electromagnetic Theory

Undergrad

Spring 2018

Radar Systems

Undergrad

Fall 2012

Antenna Theory and Design

Postgraduate

Spring 2013

Advanced Electromagnetic Engineering

Postgraduate

Fall 2013

Antenna Theory and Design

Postgraduate

Spring 2014

Advanced Electromagnetic Engineering

Postgraduate

Fall 2014

Introduction to Remote Sensing

Postgraduate

Fall 2014

Antenna Theory and Design

Postgraduate

Spring 2015

Advanced Electromagnetic Engineering

Postgraduate

Fall 2015

Antenna Theory and Design

Postgraduate

Fall 2016

Antenna Theory and Design

Postgraduate

Fall 2017

Advanced Electromagnetic Engineering

Postgraduate

Spring 2018

Microwave Active Devices

Postgraduate

  1. Faculty Development Program Scholarship 2007-2011, An award of £74,000 to pursue PhD at the University of Manchester, UK. Full tuition fees and an annual stipend of 9000 GBP per year for 4 years
  2. Session Chair at International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation (ISAP), November 2015. HEC provided Travel Grant Rs. 165,000. Conference Registration fee AUD 875 provided by Charles Sturt University, Australia.
  1. Invited Speaker at Computational Tools for Modern Era, compT, University of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (UAJK), February 2016.
  2. Invited Speaker at Capital University of Science & Technology, Islamabad. Title of the talk: Simulation and Measurements of Miniature MIMO antennas and Passive Periodic Structures.

Trainings/Conferences Attended

  1. Session Chair at International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation, Hobart, Australia, Nov. 2015

  2. Preparation of business plan under Tertiary Education Support Program (TESP), Higher Education Commission April, 2013.

  3. Training on Graduate Teaching Assistantship at University of Manchester, Oct. 2008

  4. NGN 2006 at ICT, PTCL, Islamabad

  5. Interconnecting CISCO Network Devices, 2003 at COMSATS CISCO Regional Training Academy, Islamabad

  6. Building Scalable CISCO Networks, 2003 at COMSATS CISCO Regional Training Academy, Islamabad

  7. Siemens EWSD, Eriscsson and Alcatel Switches at Telecom Staff College, Haripur

Undergraduate Thesis Supervised

In-Progress

(2k14 session)

  1. Muhammad Jawad Karim (14-TE-22) and Hamza Hafeez (14-TE-76): Multilayer High Gain Antenna For Wireless Applications
  2. Muhammad Bilal Khan (14-TE-12) and Muhammad Sana Ullah (14-TE-58): Filtenna for UWB Applications
  3. Farees Mustafa (14-TE-34) and Nihar Khan (13-TE-59): Fabrication of Ground Penetrating Radar for Detection of Underground Materials

Completed:

2017 (2k13 session)

  1. Sabeen (13-TE-59) and Saira Saeed (13-TE-81): Reconfigurable Band-Notch Antenna
  2. Ameena Khalid (13-TE-21) and Nayab Shafaqat (13-TE-97): Gain Enhanced Multi-layered Antenna
  3. Iqra Yaseen (13-TE-07) and Iqra Irshad (13-TE-29): Reconfigurable MIMO Antenna

2016 (2k12 session)

  1. Osamah Azhar (12-TE-93) and Ahsan Munir (12-TE-63): Reflectarray for High Gain Applications
  2. Hamza Zahid (12-TE-83)  and Usama-Bin-Rahat (12-TE-15): Frequency Selective Surface for X-band Applications
  3.  Mahnoor (12-TE-14) and Malik Ashir (12-TE-10): Frequency Selective Surface for filter applications - in collaboration with RIMMS, SEECS (NUST)
  4. Muhammad Noman (12-TE-77) and Hammad Shoukat (12-TE-07): Compact UWB-MIMO array with novel decoupling structure.

2015 (2k11 session)                                                           

  1. Amra Mehboob (11-TE-06)  and Yumna Siddique (11-TE-138): Reflectarray for X-band Satellite Applications
  2. Darakshan Iqbal (11-TE-108) and Sidra Arif (11-TE-116): Frequency Selective Surface for Modern Cellular Services
  3. Ali Raza (11-TE-147)  and Kashif Latif (11-TE-123): Frequency Selective Surface for band stop applications
  4. Muhammad Usman (11-TE-119) and M. Tariq Rahim (11-TE-97): Frequency Selective Surface for band enhancement applications
  5. Salman Ijaz (11-TE-60) and Waqar Saleem (11-TE-148): Design and Optimization of Dielectric Resonant Antennas for Wireless Applications
  6. Shaheen Ahmad (11-TE-170) and Abdul Majid (11-TE-92): Compact UWB-MIMO antenna array with Novel Decoupling Structure
  7. Nida Chaudhry (11-TE-79) and Iqra Saqib (11-TE-81): Compact Two-port UWB MIMO antenna system with High Isolation

2013 (2k9 session)

  1. Aiman Kazmi (TE-09), Asmara Minhas (TE-09), Anam Parveen (TE-09) – 3D Inverted-F antenna for Wireless Applications

                                     

Postgraduate Thesis Supervised (MSc Engg & PhD)

Postgraduate (MSc Engg):

Completed:

  1. Muhammad Bilal, 12F-MS-TE-07, Full-time MS Student: A Miniaturized UWB Antenna System for MIMO Applications Incorporating a Sinusoidal Decoupling Structure
  2. Tayyab Shabbir, 12F-MS-TE-09, Full-time MS Student: An Off-body MIMO UWB Antenna with Quad Band-Notch Functionality
  3. Ayesha Shaikh, 12F-MS-TE-01, Full-time MS Student: Triple Band Notched CPW-Fed UWB Antenna and Decoupled Multi-layered Structures
  4. Syeda Irum Jafri, 12F-MS-TE-08, Full-time MS Student: Planar UWB Antenna with Tri-Band Notch Functionality and Pattern Diversity Feature
  5. Annum Mushtaq, 12-MS-TE-16, Part-time MS Student: Electrically Balanced MIMO Capable Folded Mobile Handset Antenna having Multiband functionality
  6. Nayab Gogosh, 10-MS-TE-10, Part-time MS Student: Design of a UWB-MIMO Antenna System for Spatial Diversity and Spatial Multiplexing Applications
  7. Mudassar Nauman, 13F-MS-TE-08, Full-time MS Student: Design and Optimization of Frequency Selective Surface for Mobile Applications
  8. Muhammad Idrees, 13F-MS-TE-06, Full-time MS Student: A miniaturized Frequency Selective Surface for Band-stop Applications
  9. Muhammad Ali Adnan, 11-MS-TE-07, Part-time MS Student: MIMO Multiband CPW-Fed Printed-F Antenna
  10. Maham Rashid, 14F-MS-TE-04, Full-time MS Student: Single-layer Reflector Array for X-band Applications
  11. Aroosa Jabbar, 14F-MS-TE-10, Full-time MS Student: A Compact Polarization-Independent Partial Reflecting Surface for Dual-band Applications
  12. Usman Anwar, 12P-MS-TE-15, Part-time MS Student: MIMO Antenna Incorporating Electromagnetic Band Gap Structures
  13. Sajeela Bibi, 15F-MS-TE-11, Full-time MS Student: Design and Optimization of Multiband Antenna
  14. Dur-e-Nayab, 14-MS-TE-13, Part-time MS Student: Single-layer Reflectarray for X-band and Ku-band Applications


PhD Engg

Completed

  1. Muhammad Bilal, 14F-UET/PhD-TE-11, Full-time PhD student:  Design of Frequency Selective Surfaces for Shielding applications (PhD public defense conducted on 13-04-2018 )

In-progress                                 

  1. Tayyab Shabbir, 14-UET/PhD-TE-F-12, Full-time PhD student: Reflectarrays for High Gain Applications (RMC-I conducted on 11-03-2016, RMC-II conducted on 13-4-2018)
  2. Asim Quddus Satti, 14-UET/PhD-EE-F-75, Full-time PhD student: Design and characterization of reconfigurable Antennas for Ultra Wideband Applications (RMC-I conducted on 7-08-2017)