Grad Students Present Research at Electronic Materials Conference
Pictured Above: Ms. Sanjee Lamsal at 64th Electronic Materials Conference (EMC) at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio.
Electrical and Computer Engineering Graduate students (Ms. Sanjee Lamsal and Mr. Joao Garretto) recently presented their research work at the 64th Electronic Materials Conference at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. The Electronic Materials Conference (EMC) is the premier annual forum on the preparation, characterization and use of electronic materials.
This work investigates the aerosol printed Asymmetric Coupled Stripline (ACS) fed microstrip antenna for biomedical applications. The proposed antenna is printed using an aerosol jet printing technology, and offers advantages such as compact size, simplicity of manufacturing, a larger impedance spectrum, simple design, and high performance.
Ms. Lamsal and Mr. Joao Garretto are co-advised by Dr. Vamsi Borra and Dr. Frank Li. This work is done in collaboration with the researchers, Dr. Srikanth Itapu from the Alliance University and Dr. Pedro Cortes YSU Chemical Engineering program.
This work was supported by the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), Assured Digital Microelectronics Education and Training Ecosystem (ADMETE), under Grant ADMETE FA8650-20-2-1136.