Professor Shamim's course
- Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada, 2009
- M.S., Electrical Engineering, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada, 2004
Associate Editor, IEEE Transactions on Antennas & Propagation
Honors & Awards
- Interviews on CBC TV “News at Six”, CTV Show “Tech Now”, CBC Radio Show “All in a Day” .
- Interviews in newspapers and magazines “USA Today”, “Ottawa Citizen”, “Ottawa Sun”, “Muslim Link”, “Research Works”, “Carleton Now”, “Charlatan”.
- Biography listed in "Who is Who in the World" Edition 2012.
- Named in Carleton University Great Grads Honors list, 22 Scientists since 1942 (2009).
- NSERC PDF Scholarship for excellence in PhD research, Canada (2009-2010).
- Overall Best Paper Prize in European Microwave Week Conference, Netherlands (2008).
- Ottawa Centre of Research Innovation (OCRI) Researcher of the Year Award, Canada (2008).
- Commendation Letter from Minister of Research & Innovation, Canada (2008).
- Strategic Microelectronics Council Industrial Collaboration Award at CMC TEXPO, Canada (2007).
- Invited Researcher at Micro Modules Group, VTT Electronics, Finland (2006).
- Best Student Paper Finalist Prize at IEEE APS conference, USA (2005).
- Canada Graduate Scholarship (CGS) NSERC for excellence in research (2007-2009).
- Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) for excellence in graduate studies (2006-2007).
- NORTEL Graduate Scholarship for excellence in academics (2005-2006).
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SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR TRACKING A DEVICE IN ZERO-INFRASTRUCTURE AND ZERO-POWER CONDITIONS, AND A TRACKING DEVICE THEREFOR
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Patent number: 8860607
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Patent number: 9473902
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Patent number: 9746367
Publication number: 20170059492
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Office: Building 3, Room 3276
Atif Shamim is Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering (EE) and Principal Investigator of the Integrated Microwave Packaging Antennas and Circuits Technology (IMPACT) lab. He is also an active member of the Sensor Initiative of KAUST. Professor Shamim's research focuses on applications like personal area network, automotive radars, wearable and implantable wireless sensors, wireless powering and renewable energy.
Education and early career
Shamim earned an M.Sc. Electrical Engineering in 2004 and aPh.D. 2009, Electrical Engineering, both from Carleton University, Canada.
Areas of expertise and current scientific interests
Shamim's interests focus on cutting-edge research in innovative antenna designs, RF circuits, and sensors which are then realized and integrated through additive manufacturing techniques to demonstrate flexible, wearable and disposable wireless sensors targeting various biomedical, environmental and industrial applications.
- CMOS RF SoC design (RFICs with on-chip antennas)
- Antenna design, integration and miniaturization techniques
- 3D IC packaging and embedded passives in LTCC, LCP and IPD environments for SoP applications
- Ferrite LTCC based tunable and reconfigurable circuits carbon-based nano radio design (Carbon nano-tube and Graphene mediums)
- Flexible RF electronics (inkjet printing on paper, plastics, etc)
- Energy harvesting through ambient resources (infrared, EM)
- Wearable and Disposable wireless sensors
Shamim is the recipient of numerous prizes and honors: in 2010 the NSERC bestowed the Innovation Challenge Award on him, and in the same year he also received the Canada Entrepreneur of the Year Award from the Ottawa Centre of Research Innovation (OCRI). In 2009, he has been named in Carleton University Great Grads Honors list, 22 Scientists since 1942, and he was awarded the Technology Venture Challenge Award and the First Prize in Enterprise National Business Plan Competition. He also received the Ottawa Centre of Research Innovation (OCRI) Researcher of the Year Award, Canada, just to name a few.
Professor Shamim is Associate Editor, IEEE Transactions on Antennas & Propagation Journal.