overview

  • Dr. Bhardwaj finished his Masters from UCLA (2012), PhD from The Ohio State (2017) joined FIU in Aug 2017 as Assistant Professor. He completed his bachelor degree from IIT Dhanbad (prev. ISM-Dhanbad) and worked for Samsung in India for two years. His past research experience span over the areas of antenna-arrays for weather radar applications, computational modeling, terahertz and millimeter wave antennas / measurement systems, 5G antennas, electronic modeling for semiconductor devices, modeling of GaN/AlGaN based high electron mobility transistors (HEMTs) and graphene modeling. During past years, he has received multiple best-paper awards for his research work, including URSI-GASS-2017 (best student paper award), iWat-2017 (best student paper award), AMTA-2014 and 2015 (best student paper award), and university level awards at the Ohio State University- Presidential Fellowship and Louise B. Vetter Award. In total he is first author of 13 journal and over 30 conference presentations and conference papers, with H index of 7 and overall citation count of 260.

selected publications

research interests

  • Cybersecurity
  • EM and Multi-physical (EM hydrodynamic) modeling
    HEMT modeling for terahertz operation Plasmon electronics in 2D electron-gas systems
    Antenna/guiding and slow-wave structures designs
    Novel measurement methods for mm-wave/terahertz

teaching overview

  • Electromagnetic modeling of RF structures (New Course)
    EEL 5482 Fields and Waves - II
    EEL 4413L Wave Propagation for Wireless Communication
    EEL 3396 Introduction to Solid State Electronics
    EEL 3712 Logic Design - I

full name

  • Shubhendu Bhardwaj

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publication subject areas

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