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  • Last updated on Dec. 03, 2022

Recipients of the 2021 IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society C. J. Reddy Travel Grant for Graduate Students

The IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society (AP-S) C. J. Reddy Travel Grant for Graduate Students aims to help graduate students attend the annual IEEE International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation and further their research work in the field of antennas and propagation.

This year for the IEEE AP-S/URSI 2021 in Singapore, we are pleased to announce that the following recipients have been selected by the IEEE AP-S Education Committee (coordinated by Eng Leong Tan). They are sorted according to their last names as below:

 
Baghel

Naman Baghel has been awarded the grant to further his research and to present his paper entitled “Design of SICL fed Dual Polarized Dipole Antenna for Millimeter wave Application”. He is currently pursuing his degree with his advisor Soumava Mukherjee at Indian Institute of Technology Jodhpur, India.

Qianshuai Li

Qianshuai Li has been awarded the grant to further his research and to present his paper entitled “Broadband Patch Loaded Substrate-Integrated Cavity Backed Slot Array for Millimeter-Wave Applications”. He is currently pursuing his degree with his advisor Yan Zhang at Southeast University of China, China.

Shuo Liu

Shuo Liu has been awarded the grant to further his research and to present his paper entitled “Multi-GPU based Leapfrog CDI-FDTD Method for Large-Scale Electromagnetic Problems”. He is currently pursuing his degree with his advisor Kuang Zhang at Harbin Institute of Technology, China.

Ramesh

Swathi Muthyala Ramesh has been awarded the grant to further her research and to present her paper entitled “Small- and Large-Scale Strain Sensing Using Frequency Selective Surfaces”. She is currently pursuing her degree with her advisor Kristen M Donnell at Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA.

Rodriguez Duarte

David Rodriguez-Duarte has been awarded the grant to further his research and to present his paper entitled “Hybrid Resolvent Kernel Calibration Technique for Microwave Imaging Systems”. He is currently pursuing his degree with his advisor Jorge Alberto Tobon Vasquez at Politecnico di Torino, Italy.

Zandamela

Abel Zandamela has been awarded the grant to further his research and to present his paper entitled “Stacked-Patch MIMO Antenna for Dual-Plane Beamsteering”. He is currently pursuing his degree with his advisor Adam Narbudowicz at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.