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Previous Ph.D. Students:

Irfanullah Ullah (Graduated Fall 2013):

PhD Dissertation: "Beamforming for Antenna on General Wedge- and Cylindrical-Shaped Surfaces"

Michael Maassel (Co-supervised with Dr. Rogers and Graduated Fall 2013):

PhD Dissertation: "A Metamaterial-Based Multiband Phase Shifter"

Koby Asirvatham (Graduated Spring 2014):

PhD Dissertation: "Design and Analysis of New Printed Wideband Antennas for Wireless Applications"

Bilal Ijaz (Graduated Spring 2014):

PhD Dissertation: "Metamaterial Inspired Reconfigurable Series-Fed Arrays"

Muhammad Mubeen Masud (Graduated Summer 2014):

PhD Dissertation: "Zeroth Order Resonator (ZOR) Based RFID Antenna Design"

Syed Aftab Naqvi (Graduated Fall 2014):

PhD Dissertation: "A Compact Cylindrical-Shaped Microstrip Structure with Cloaking Properties for Mutual Coupling Reduction in Array Antennas"

Muhammad Nadeem Rafiq (Graduated Fall 2015)

PhD Dissertation: "Carbon Microfiber Material for Electromagnetic (Shielding) Applications"

Adnan Iftikhar (Graduated Summer 2016)

PhD Dissertation: "Characterization of a Structure Consisting of Magnetostatic Responsive Microscopic Particles and its Applications in Antennas"

Sayeed Sajal (Graduated Spring 2017):

PhD Dissertation: "Conformal Antennas and Arrays with Layers Consisting of Copper and Graphene-based Conductors for Redundancy Properties"

 

Previous M.S. Students:

Masud Aziz (Graduated Summer 2011):

M.S. Thesis: "A New Printed Quasi-Landstorfer Antenna"

Sayan Roy (Graduated Fall 2012):

M.S. Thesis: "Designing of a Small Wearable Conformal Phased Array Antenna for Wireless Communications,"

Sanjay Nariyal (Graduated Spring 2013):

M.S. Thesis: "The Analysis of Noise Voltage Coupling Between Right-Handed and Meta-Materials Inspired Transmission Lines on Printed Circuit Boards"

Sayeed Sajal (Graduated Summer 2014):

M.S. Thesis: "Low-Cost Passive UHF RFID Tags on Paper Substrates"

Brian Booth (Graduated Summer 2016):

M.S. Thesis: "An Active Power Supply Filter with Ultra Wide Bandwidth"

Jacob Parrow (Graduated Summer 2016):

M.S. Thesis: "Equivalent Circuit Modeling and Signal Integrity Analysis of Magneto-Static Responsive Structures, and their Applications in Changing the Effective Permittivity of Microstrip Transmission Lines"

David Schuette (Graduated Summer 2016)

M.S. Thesis: "The Design and Analysis of a Conformal Spiral Antenna Structure for an Ultra-Wideband Radar System"

 

Current Ph.D. Candidates:

Sayan Roy:

Currently: Pursuing Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, North Dakota State University.

Education: Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, North Dakota State University, USA, 2012.

Fields of Interest: Electromagnetism, Microwave Antenna, RFID, Wireless Communication, Radar.

Sajid Asif:

Currently: Pursuing Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, North Dakota State University.

Education: MSc Radio Frequency Communications Engineering, University of Bradford, UK, 2006.

Fields of Interest: Antennas and wireless sensors.

 

Current Ph.D. Students:

None (all at the Candidate level)

 

Current M.S. Students:

Lee Hinsz:

Currently: Pursuing M.S. in Electrical Engineering, North Dakota State University.

Education: B.S. Electrical Engineering, North Dakota State University.

Fields of Interest: Antennas

Jerika Cleveland:

Currently: Pursuing M.S. in Electrical Engineering, North Dakota State University.

Education: B.S. Electrical Engineering, North Dakota State University.

Fields of Interest: Applied Electromagnetics with Applications in Biomedical Engineering