Professor Debatosh Guha
Institute of Radio Physics and Electronics
University of Calcutta, 92, A. P. C. Road
Kolkata 700009, India
Debatosh Guha is a Professor in Radio Physics and Electronics, University of Calcutta, India. He has also closely worked with several wireless industries and R&D Laboratories at home and abroad. He has authored and coauthored over 200 technical papers in the leading journals and conferences along with a reference book published by Wiley, UK in 2011. His research contributions have been featured in the recent editions of most of the text and handbooks on Antennas.
Dr. Guha is Abdul Kalam Technology Innovation National Fellow. He has been a Fellow of IEEE since 2017, received the IEEE AP-S Raj Mittra Travel Grant award in 2012, and was a recipient of the 1996 URSI Young Scientist Award. He also received the 2016 Ramlal Wadhwa Arad from the Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE), India. He a Fellow of Indian Academy of Sciences, Indian National Academy of Engineering, the National Academy of Sciences, India, and the West Bengal Academy of Science and Technology. He is full member of Sigma Xi. He was appointed as a HAL Chair Professor (visiting) at the Indian Institutes of Technology Kharagpur in 2015 and the Director of the Centre for Research in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (CRNN) at the University of Calcutta in 2017.
Dr. Guha has served IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters (2014-2019) and IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation (since 2016) as an Associate Editor, and also IEEE APS Field Award Committee (2017-2019) and IEEE Technical Committee on Antenna Measurement (2021) as a member.
Titles of talks:
- Is antenna made of mathematics?- Search for a missing link between Maxwell’s theory and Practice
- Uniformly Low Cross-Polar Design of Planar Antenna and Arrays: Advances in Engineering and New Insights
- Mysteries in Dielectric Resonator Modes and Some Techniques for Advanced Antenna Designs
- Metallodielectric Composite Resonant Structures - A new Paradigm in Antenna Design