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     Date Submitted:18-07-2013
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     Current job:PhD Student
     Employment Term:Permanent
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     KeywordsAntenna Design
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    Education

    Ph.D., Electronics Engineering 2013

    University of Surrey, United Kingdom

    Thesis: Cost Effective Antenna Design for Small Satellite Pulsed and LFMCW RaDAR

    • Investigated antenna cost factors for both pulsed and Linear Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave (LFMCW) satellite RaDAR to monitor tropical deforestation 
    • Used mutual coupling to decrease the multimode horn element’s height and effective volume in the phased array
    • Skills acquired:
      1. Mission analysis to see how the objective and sub-systems affect each other and the antenna design
      2. Wrote mode matching simulator in C programming language
      3. Numerical simulator HFSS
      4. Antenna design using analytical model and verification through numerical simulators
      5. Mentored another Ph.D. student in aerodynamics with simulators’ experience and mission analysis design. 

     

    B.Eng (2nd Upper), Electrical Engineering 2005

    National University of Singapore, Singapore

    Final Year Project: Study of Human Head Effects on UWB Antenna

    • Designed a small Ultra Wide-Band (UWB) antenna with isotropic radiation pattern
    • Investigated the effect of the presence of the human head on the antenna
    • Discovered the human head does not absorb much of the Radio Frequency (RF) but acts as a ground plane in the UWB range
    • Skills acquired: 
      1. Numerical simulator XFDTD 
      2. Far field antenna measurement using anechoic chamber

     

    Victoria Junior College 2000

    5 GCE “A” and 2 “AO” Level Passes

     

    Zhonghua Secondary School 1998

    8 GCE “O” Level Passes

     

    Experience

    R&D Engineer, Institute for Infocomm Research, Singapore 2005-2007

    Industry Project: HF RFID Smart Shelf Proof of Concept

    • Produced a proof of concept antenna to detect items on a metal shelf using only 1 planar antenna instead of the conventional solution of 2 antennas
    • Awarded 2 patents
    • Skills acquired:
      1. Numerical simulator IE3D
      2. HF near field measurement

    Project: Ultra High Frequency (UHF) Radio Frequency IDentification (RFID) Study

    • Studied the effectiveness of UHF RFID in the near and far field with different materials in an enclosed cluttered space

     

    Industrial Attachment Student, DSO Laboratories 2004

    Project: Satellite and Wide band Line of Sight Communication System

    • Selected a propagation model and integrated into a simulator using C++ programming language
    • Skills acquired:
      1. C++ programming language

     

    International Publications

     

    Journal

    1. Z.N. Chen, A. Cai, T.S.P. See, X. Qing, M.Y.W. Chia, “Small Planar UWB Antennas in Proximity of the Human Head, ” IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, vol. 54, no. 4, part 2, pp. 1846-1857, April 2006.

     

    Conferences

    1. A. Cai, C.I. Underwood, M.N. Sweeting, “Height Reduction Using Mutual Coupling for the Multimode Horn Phased Array, ” EuCAP 2013, Gothenburg, Sweden, April 2013. 
    2. Z.N. Chen, A. Cai, T.S.P. See, M.Y.W. Chia, “Small Planar UWB Antennas in Proximity of Human Head, ” IEEE International Conference on UWB 2005, Zurich, Switzerland, pp. 286-289, Sept. 2005.
    3. T.S.P. See, A. Cai, Z.N. Chen, “Study on the Transmission of RF Signals on the Human Body, ” IEE WIdeband and Multi-band Antennas and Arrays 2005, Birmingham, United Kingdom, pp. 83-87, Sept. 2005.
    4. A. Cai and Z.N. Chen, “Characterization of Printed UWB antennas in the proximity of Human Head, ” IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium 2005, Washington D.C., United States, pp. 698-701, July 2005. 
    5. A. Cai, T.S.P. See, and Z.N. Chen, “Study of Human Head Effects on UWB Antenna, ” IEEE International Workshop on Antennas and Technology: Small Antennas and Novel Metamaterials, Singapore March 2005. (Won Best Poster)

     

    Patents

    1. X. Qing, Z.N. Chen, A. Cai, “Antenna for Radio Frequency Identification System”, 24 May 2007, WO 2007058619 A1. 
    2. X. Qing, Z.N. Chen, A. Cai, “Multi-loop Antenna for Radio Frequency Identification Applications,  24 May 2007, WO 2007058620 A1”.

     

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