The poster for Mohammad Alhassoun’s ORS team is now available. Entitled “A 24 GHz Semi-Passive RFID Tag”, the poster is the culmination of a year-long study by undergraduate ORS researchers Jesse Jiang, Kibeom Kim, Siddharth Kotapati, and Volkan Gurses. Sponsored by Anaren, this team won the “Peer Review Award” at the ORS banquet, which was accompanied by $200 checks for each student and mentor. A version of this poster was also presented at the IEEE RFID 2019 conference in Phoenix.
Download here: Alhassoun Poster
On Tuesday, Zachary Silva successfully presented and defended his MS thesis entitled, “Optically Transparent Antennas for Multi-Modal Sensing.” The thesis is a remarkable survey and synthesis of transparent RF electronic materials and design principles. Zach currently works for Sandia National Labs and is planning to continue in the PhD program. Congratulations, Zach!
The ORS team of undergraduate researchers consisting of Jesse Jiang, Siddharth Kotapati, Kibeom Kim, and Volkan Gurses won the “Peer Review Award” at the ORS banquet on Monday, 15 April 2019. This award is decided by the 80+ ORS students who review one another’s end-of-year research project posters, evaluating them on the quality of the project and presentation. Bill Copich of Anaren (this year’s team sponsor) was on hand at the banquet to join the team on stage.
This group, led by Mohammad Alhassoun, presented their culminating research poster entitled “24 GHz RFID Tags”. No surprise that their presentation went well, as this group presented their work at both the IEEE RFID 2019 conference and the National Council on Undergraduate Research NCUR 2019 in the weeks leading up to the ORS banquet. Apparently, practice really does make perfect.