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     Keywordsantenna, RF, test, measurement, satellite
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    PERSONAL DATA

    Date of Birth:                             13th July 1969

    Marital Status:                           married

    Nationality:                                Greek, British overseas

     

    EDUCATION

    1994-1999 University of Surrey, Centre for Communication Systems Research.

    PhD in Satellite Personal Communication Networks. Design, development and testing of low profile antennas for satellite mobile handsets and their contribution in the performance of a wireless communication system. NOKIA UK (NMP) sponsored the project.

    Oct.’94-April’97: full-time student, May’97-Sept.’99: part-time student

    1993-1994 University of Surrey, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering.

    MSc in Satellite Communication Engineering(1 year program comprising of taught courses (satellite communications, orbits, regulations, networks, space engineering), laboratory work and a project work with duration equal to 6 months).

    Project work: X-Ray Picture Transmission from Remote Areas via Satellite. An earlier created compression algorithm was used and improved. The compressed X-Ray pictures were transmitted through the INMARSAT systems and the University of Surrey Satellites. The aim of the project was to model and test an easily implemented teleradiology system. The result was successful and published.

    1987-1993 University of Patras Greece, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

    Diploma (Dip. Eng.) in Electrical and Electronic Engineering – Telecommunications

    Degree Grade: 7.55 /10. The 5 years course consisted of taught courses, laboratory work and a final

    year project (with duration equal to 6 months) whose objective was the implementation of an image compression algorithm (written in Borland C) based on the JPEG model.

    1984-1987 1st Lycee of Patras, Greece. Average Grade: 19.11/20,

    1981-1984 15th High School of Patras, Greece. Average Grade: 19.07/20

     

    SCHOLARSHIPS-HONOURS

    1998 INMARSAT/University of Surrey Research Excellence award for my research on the Quadrifilar Helix Antenna as part of the integrated satellite/terminal/environment system

    1994-1997 Sponsored PhD studies by NOKIA UK.

    1988-1992 Scholarship awards from the Greek Foundation of Scholarships, University of Patras

    1984-1987 Best student award and Honours from the Greek Ministry of Education

     

    EMPLOYMENT

    Since October 2003: Hellenic Telecommunication and Post Commission (EETT) as a senior engineer and Co-ordinator of the Broadcasting group of the Spectrum Monitoring Department.

    As a senior engineer I design and conduct RF measurements in different frequency bands using the National Monitoring System. I have also taken part in the following: preparation of proposal for the expansion of the National Monitoring System to the entire Greek territory, member of the Greek delegation in the RRC conferences of ITU for Digital television and advisor to the EETT President on Digital TV issues, spectrum monitoring prior and during the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, preparation of technical reviews on co-existence of different wireless services (e.g. Broadcasting and Civil Aviation), member of the EETT working group on facilitating licensing of Mobile station antennas, member of the Ministry’s working group on Antenna farms. Member of the EETT’s delegation to the World Radio Conference - WRC’12.

    As an administrative Co-ordinator I conduct procedures against Broadcasters that does not fulfill the technical requirements requested by Greek Law.

    January 2002 – October 2003: G-Systems SA, Support/Consultant Engineer (RF and Microwaves) in the Test & Measurement department

    Responsible on assessing and creating specifications and solutions in RF test & measurement problems. Analyse and propose suitable methods and set of instruments (spectrum & network analysers, power meters, etc) for telecomm/RF/microwave measurement needs. After sales support and training of clients both in Greece (OTE, COSMOTE, INTRACOM, Civil Aviation, EETT etc) and abroad.

    Member of the technical group of the company, involved on the design and commissioning of telecommunication systems (TETRA, VHF) in the Attiki Odos tunnels, as a Project Engineer.

     

    March 2000- September 2001National Service in Greek Army. Telecommunication technician and technical translator

     

    May 1997- March 2000: Research Assistant at the University of Surrey working in the area of 3rd Generation Mobile Terminals. The project was part of the Mobile VCE UK (Virtual Centre of Excellence), focusing on the development and background research of an intelligent quadrifilar helix antenna capable to adapt itself to variations of the environment, system and user interaction. Two international patents were awarded. During that period the following projects were conducted:

    Design of a low profile antenna for satellite mobile phones for the ICO system (NERA, Norway)

    Measurement and analysis of the depolarisation of the satellite to mobile signal created by an urban environment (VCE, UK)

    Measurement and mathematical modelling (in Matlab) of the received noise temperature by a given antenna in a given environment and calculation of the figure of merit (G/T). Introduction of a new parameter called Effective Statistical G/T (ESGuT) which describes the performance of the overall wireless system (satellite, environment, user shadowing, antenna pattern) with a simple arithmetic value (VCE, UK)

    Study and software development (in Matlab) of a system being capable of detecting sources of wide bandwidth noise which affects the quality of received TV signal (Radio Communication Agency, UK)

    Study of a low frequency antenna with variable electrical characteristics to be used in communication between satellite and submarine (Thomson-Marconi, UK)

    Study and design of several type of antennas in different frequency ranges (using relevant software ) to be used in measurement campaigns for different wireless telecommunication systems.

    Managerial duties:

    Management of research projects, preparation of tenders and preparation of specifications for laboratory equipment.

    Supervisor of the Anechoic Chamber and of final year and MSc projects.

    1996-2001: Professional freelancing translation from English into Greek. During my national service in the Military School of Telecommunications (ΣΕΤΤΗΛ) I worked in translating from English to Greek several technical books and manuals. Translation for the Greek edition of “Scientific American”

    January 1995 - March 1997: During my full time PhD studies, I worked as a (part-time) laboratory demonstrator for the experiments of the MSc courses.

    Summer 1992: Greek Telecommunications Organisation (OTE). Duties: Worked as a student appointed by the University of Patras for the implementation of the local digital telephone exchange (Ericsson AXE 10). Training on the digital telephone network was received.

     

    ADDITIONAL TRAINING

    June-September 2000. Degree as a technician of Telecommunication Systems from the Military school of Telecommunications  (ΣΕΤΤΗΛ) of the Greek Army

    May 1999:  IEE Microwave Measurements Training course at NPL .

    July 1996:  IEE Vacation school on RF circuits and system design, at the University of Surrey.

     

    SKILLS

    Languages: Greek (mother tongue), English (fluent, working language), French (A-Levels and FLAW certificate, stage two).

    Computing: Working experience in C, knowledge of Pascal and Prolog. Regular user of MS Windows Office. Working experience in software packages for Antenna Design (NEC and Microstripes), MathCad and Matlab (in which all the models/programs of my PhD were written).

    RF measurements: Working experience in propagation measurements (noise temperature of the environment, depolarisation of satellite signal due to diffraction and reflection), antenna measurements (design, prototyping and characterisation of various wire antennas) and field knowledge on using RF equipment (network analyser, spectrum analyser, etc.).

     

    PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

    · Technical Chamber of Greece (TEE)

     

    PUBLICATIONS

    A number of publications in major conferences in the area of antennas and propagation have been submitted and published in relevant IEEE and IEE conferences and journals. Attended several conferences and colloquia.

    Two international patents were awarded for the Adaptive (Intelligent) Quadrifilar Helix idea which was also publicised in the UK daily press

    1. Agius A.A. Mahmoud M.S.,"A simple world wide teleradiology system",
    Telemed 95, November 8-9, 1995, The Ramada Hotel, Heathrow, London, UK
     

    2. Agius A.A. Mahmoud M.S., Tafazolli R., Evans B.G "Quadrifilar Helical Antenna for HHT (SPCN)"
    5th ICSSMCN, IEE Conference Publication No.424,pp.76-79, London, 13-15 May 1996

     

    3. Agius A.A., Saunders S.R., Evans B.G ,"Quadrifilar Helical Antenna (QHA)-Characteristics of a proposed wire antenna for a SPCN HHT"  International Workshop on Mobile Communications

         19-21 September1996, Thessaloniki, Greece
     

    4. Agius A.A., Saunders S.R., Evans B.G, "Antenna Design for the ICO handheld Terminal"
    International Conference on Antennas & Propagation 14-17 April 1997 September, Edinburgh, UK
     

    5. Agius A.A., Saunders S.R., Evans B.G, " Design of Specification for the SPCN handheld terminal antenna",
    Vehicular Technology Conference 5-7 May 1997 , Phoenix, Arizona, USA
     

    6. Agius, A.A., Saunders, S.R., "Intelligent Antennas for Mobile Handsets",
    1st Intelligent Antennas Symposium 26-28 August 1997, University of Surrey, UK
     

    7. Agius A.A., Saunders S.R., "Prediction of Downlink Effective Statistical G/T in Satellite PCN",
    Handsets Vehicular Technology Conference 18-21 May 1998, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
     

    8.Agius, A.A., Saunders, S.R., Pavlidou P. ,"Two Low Profile Wire Antennas for a Satellite PCN Handheld Transceiver- The challenge of using two different linguistic realities to express the same technical aspects"
    . IEE, Foreign Language Colloquium, 25 April 1998, London, UK
     

    9. Saunders S.R,. Agius A.A & S. Leach, "Intelligent Handset Antenna Research within Mobile VCE",
    COST260,Trondheim, Norway, May 1998.
     

    10. Agius A.A., Leach S.M., Suvannapattana P., Saunders S.R ,"Intelligent Handset Antenna Research within Mobile VCE", 2nd Intelligent Antennas Symposium 9-10 July 1998, University of Surrey, UK
     

    11. Agius, A.A., Saunders, " Effective Statistical G/T (ESGuT) A Parameter describing the performance for non-GEO Satellite Systems" Electronics Letters 17th September 1998, Vol.34, No.19, pp.1814-1816

    12. Leach S.M., Agius A.A., Saunders S.R,
    "Measurement of the Polarisation State of Satellite to Mobile Signals in Scattering Environments"

     International Mobile Satellite Conference '99 16-18 June 1999, Ottawa Canada
     

    13. Suvannapattana P., Agius A.A., Saunders S.R,
    " Methods for minimising Quadrifilar helix antenna interactions with the human head",
    Electromagnetic assessment and antenna design relating to health implications of mobile phones, IEE Colloquium, 28 June 1999, Savoy Place, London, UK
     

    14. Agius A.A., Leach S.M., Suvannapattana P., Saunders S.R,
    "Effects of the Human Head on the Radiation Pattern Performance of the Quadrifilar Helix Antenna",
    IEEE Antenna and Propagation Symposium(AP-S-99), Orlando, Florida, 1999
     

    15. Agius, A.A., Saunders S.R.,
    "Adaptive Multifilar Antenna",
    International Patent H01Q 11/08,5/00,   No: WO 99/41803, 19 August 1999

     

    16. Leach S.M., Agius A.A., Saunders S.R.

    Adaptive Multifilar Antenna II”,
    UK Patent Application No. 9921363.9, Sept. 1999

     

    17. Agius A.A., Saunders S.R.,
    " Model of noise temperature in a satellite to mobile downlink and prediction of the effective statistical G/T",
    submitted as part of the final report of COST 255

     

    18. Leach S.M, Agius A.A., Saunders S.R, “The Intelligent Quadrifilar Helix Antenna”,
    IEE Proc. on Microwaves, Antennas and Propagation
    vol. 147, no. 3, pp. 219-223, June 2000
     

    19. Leach S.M., Agius A.A., Stavrou S., Saunders S.R. “Diversity performance of the Intelligent Quadrifilar Helix Antenna”, IEE Proc. on Microwaves, Antennas and Propagation
    vol. 147, no. 4, pp. 305-310, Aug. 2000
     

    20. Agius A.A., Leach S.M., Suvannapattana P., Ma L., Hilton G., Saunders S.R.
    Mobile VCE Research in the Area of Antennas for Third Generation Mobile Terminals” (invited paper)
    Antennas and Propagation 2000 (AP-2000) Conference , 9-14 April 2000 Davos, Switzerland
     

    21. Leach S.M., Agius A.A., Saunders S.R. “The Intelligent Quadrifilar Helix Antenna” (invited paper),
    IEEE Aerospace 2000 Conference, 18-25 March 2000,Big Sky, MT, USA,
     

    22. .S.M.Leach, A.A.Agius, S.R.Saunders “Adaptive Multifilar Antenna II”,

    UKPatent Application No. 9921363.9, Sept. 1999

     

     

     

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