Micromachined Circuits and Devices: Microwave to Sub-Millimeter Applications (Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering #859) (Paperback)
Shiban K Koul is Emeritus Professor at the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi. His research interests include RF MEMS, high frequency wireless communication, microwave engineering, microwave passive and active circuits, device modelling, millimetre and sub-millimetre wave IC design, body area networks, flexible and wearable antennas, medical applications of sub-terahertz waves and reconfigurable microwave circuits including miniaturized antennas. He has successfully completed 38 major sponsored projects, 52 consultancy projects and 61 technology development projects. He has authored/co-authored 550 research papers, 17 state-of-the art books, 5 book Chapters and 2 e-books. He holds 26 patents, 6 copyrights and one trademark. He has guided 27 PhD theses and more than 120 master's theses. Dr. Koul is Life Fellow of IEEE, USA, and Fellow of INAE and IETE in India. He is Chief Editor of IETE Journal of Research and Associate Editor of the International Journal of Microwave and Wireless Technologies, Cambridge University Press. He served as Distinguished Microwave Lecturer of IEEE MTT-S for the period 2012-2014. He is recipient of numerous awards including IEEE MTT Society Distinguished Educator Award (2014); Teaching Excellence Award (2012) from IIT Delhi, etc.Sukomal Dey is Assistant Professor at the Indian Institute of Technology Palakkad. His research interests include RF MEMS, microwave to sub-mmWave metamaterial structures and microwave integrated circuits including antennas. He has authored or co-authored more than 80 research papers, 1 state-of-the art book, 2 book chapters and holds 11 patents. He is recipient of the Postgraduate Student Award from the Institute of Smart Structure and System, Bangalore, in 2012, Best Industry Relevant PhD Thesis Award from the Foundation for Innovation in Technology Transfer, IIT Delhi in 2016, Postdoctoral Fellow Scholarships from the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST), Taiwan in 2016 and 2017, and IETE-Smt Ranjana Pal Memorial Award - 2021.