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Mohammad S. Sharawi

Mohammad S. Sharawi

Mohammad S. Sharawi
Polytechnique Montreal (University of Montreal)
2500 Chemin de Polytechnique Montréal, Québec, H3T1J4, Canada
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Prof Mohammad S. Sharawi is a Professor of Electrical Engineering at Polytechnique Montréal, Montréal, Québec, Canada. He is also a member of the Poly-Grames Research Center at Polytechnique. He was with King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM), Saudi Arabia, between 2009-2018. He founded and directed the Antennas and Microwave Structure Design Laboratory (AMSDL) at KFUPM. He was a visiting Professor at the Intelligent Radio (iRadio) Laboratory, Electrical Engineering Department, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, during the Summer-Fall of 2014.

Prof. Sharawi’s areas of research include Multiband Printed Multiple-Input-Multiple-Output (MIMO) Antenna systems, Reconfigurable and Active integrated Antennas, Applied Electromagnetics, Shared-aperture structures and multi-function systems and antennas, Millimeter-wave MIMO antennas, encapsulated Dielectric Antennas, and on package antennas. He has more than 350 papers published in refereed journals and international conferences, 11 book chapters, one single authored book entitled “Printed MIMO Antenna Engineering,” Artech House, 2014, and the lead author of the recent book “Design and Applications of Active Integrated Antennas,” Artech house, 2018. He has 28 issued/granted and 8 pending patents in the United States Patent Office (USPO). He is serving/served as the Associate Editor for the IEEE AWPL, IEEE OJAP, and IET MAP. He is an Area Editor (Antennas and Microwave Devices and Systems) for Wiley Microwave and Optical Technology Letters (MOP). He served on the Technical and organizational program committees of several international conferences such as EuCAP, APS, IMWS-5G, APCAP, iWAT among many others. Prof. Sharawi is a member of the IEEE Member benefits committee, and the person managing the APS Student travel grant. He is serving as the EuRAAP delegate for north America. He is also the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society Montréal chapter chair.

Titles of talks:

  • The Dawn of Multi-Function, Multi-Standard Shared Aperture Antenna Systems
  • Active Integrated Antennas: Fundamentals and Applications
  • Advances in Antenna Systems for Future Wireless Terminals