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Debatosh Guha is a Professor of the Institute of Radio Physics and Electronics, University of Calcutta, India Abdul Kalam Technology Innovation National Fellow of INAE-DST/SERB, Govt. of India, and an Adjunct Professor at the National Institute of Technology Jaipur. He is formerly HAL Chair Professor of the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, Head of the Institute of Radio Physics and Electronics, and Director of the Centre for Research in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology of the University of Calcutta.
He received the B. Tech. and M. Tech. degrees in Radio Physics and Electronics and Ph. D. in microwave engineering from the University of Calcutta in 1987, 1989, and 1994 respectively. He joined the same university as an assistant professor in 1994. He had undertaken his post-doctoral research at the Canadian defense university- Royal Military College of Canada, Ontario. He has been connected to different Universities and research institutes across the globe as a regular visitor and collaborator.
Debatosh has been actively serving several professional and Government organizations in India and abroad.
About 100 journal articles are to his credit, the majority of which appeared in IEEE Transactions and Letters. He has contributed a few feature articles to IEEE Magazines projecting deeper scientific insights into some engineering problems of common interests. He has authored and co-authored nearly 150 conference papers and 2 reference books on planar antennas. Many of his works have been featured in renowned textbooks and handbooks on antenna engineering.
Deabatosh over the last two decades has mentored a large group of doctoral, post-doctoral, and master’s students who have been well established across the globe in top Industries, R&D organizations, and leading Universities in India, Europe, and North America. His current research group comprises both full-time and part-time researchers along with vibrant collaborators from ISRO, HCL Technologies, University of Glasgow, and a limited cluster of his former students. They are exploring innovative approaches to solve a wide range multiple industry oriented challenges starting from 4G/5G base-station antenna structures to compact space borne beam shaping antenna systems.