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     Date Submitted:30-07-2017
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     Current job:Researcher
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 2 months
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     KeywordsRFIC and PIC designer with experience in antenna design and measurements
    CV

    Summary

    A qualified RFIC and antenna designer with in depth knowledge of complete design flow along with experience within several international projects within industry and academia across Europe

    Education

    2009-2011      Chalmers University of Technology, Goteborg, Sweden

    Master of Science (Wireless and Photonics Engineering) with specialization in Microwave Engineering

     

    2003-2007       National University of Computer & Emerging Sciences        Islamabad, Pakistan

    Bachelor of Science (Telecommunication Engineering)

    CGPA of 3.34 at a scale of 4.0.

    Professional experience

    April 2016 till Today          CNIT                   Pisa, Italy

    Early Stage Researcher (Marie Curie Fellowship under H2020)

    Design and Implementation of a Polarization Insensitive Coherent Detection receiver for mm-wave applications using conventional PONs in photonics integrated circuits technology

    Implementation of a UWB coherent processing algorithm for image reconstruction for Microwave applications

    RF PCB design using discrete components for Microwave Photonics applictions

     

    Oct 2012 – Oct 2015         INESC-TEC         Porto, Portugal

    Early Stage Researcher (Marie Curie Fellowship under FP7)

    Proposed and analyzed complete Link-Budget of a battery-less RFID based Transceiver using IFN modulation coupled with IR-UWB for Wireless Sensor Network Applications

    Designed and tested different Low Noise Amplifier Topologies in UMC CMOS 130nm technology for complete UWB range (3.1-11 GHz)

    Designed and tested Ultra-Wideband (3 - 11 GHz) antennas using different substrates (LTCC, Kapton) for Space Applications

    Designed a Pulse Generator along with digital control in UMC CMOS 130nm technology

    Designed and tested OTA (Operational Trans-Conductance Amplifier) in subthreshold region using UMC CMOS 130nm technology for low applications

     

    Successfully performed several RF Measurements using Cascade Microtech Probing Station and Wirebond based PCB characterization

    Written proposals for National and International Funding Opportunities

    Organized symposiums and workshops under the auspices of INESC- TEC and University of Porto

    Completed documentation for European Union Projects

     

    Sep 2011 till Sep 2012        SEHA-AHS            Al Ain, Abu Dhabi.UAE

    RF Imaging Engineer

    Coordinated  Commissioning  activities  of  RF  imaging  Equipments through different vendors (GE Healthcare, Siemens, Philips)

     

    Sep 2007 till Aug 2009  Al-Reem Hospico Co          Al-Ain,Abu Dhabi,UAE

    Biomedical Engineer

    Servicing,  Repairing  and  Planned  Maintenance  for following Equipments.

    Magnetic Resonance Imaging (GE HealthCare Systems) Computed Tomography (Toshiba Electronics & GE)

    X-RAYs (Siemens,GE, Philips)

     

    Projects

    1.FiWiN5G

    2.SENSEIVER

    The project SENSEIVER was funded by European Commission under Grant No: 289481. The project consortium consisted of seven partners from six different European countries employed a total of 20 researchers. Within this project I have successfully designed an IR-UWB based receiver for wireless sensor networks. (http://www.senseiver.com)

    Short-Slot Hybrid Coupler using Gap Waveguides

    This project was supported by Arkivator AB and Chalmers University of Technology. For the first time, a hybrid coupler was designed in newly discovered metamaterial (Gap Wave Guide) with strict industrial requirements. The project was a success and Masters Degree was awarded

    Channel Estimation in MIMO Systems

    This project was supported by Ericsson AB and Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden. The main goal of this project was to estimate the channel degradation in a MIMO system using different Antennas. Using GNU Radio and Hydra Software, an efficient channel sounder was prepared which estimated channel parameters using antennas such as China Hat, Dipole and Lossy Cable.

    Aside from aforementioned projects, I have designed several RF blocks such as Oscillators, Cassegrain Antenna and 16*16 Patch Antenna Array during graduate studies

     

    Publications

    B. Hussain, I. Kianpour, V. Grade Tavares, H. Mendonca, G. Miskovic, G. Radosavljevic and V. Petrovic, "Design considerations for LTCC based UWB antennas for space applications," in International Conference on Wireless for Space and Extreme Environments (WiSEE) IEEE ,Noordwijk The Netherland, Oct. 2014.

    B.  Hussain,  "IR-UWB  Receivers  for  Wireless  Sensor  Networks"  in International SENSEIVER Conference,Novi Sad Serbia , Oct. 2015

    B. Hussain, I. Kianpour, V. Grade Tavares and H. Mendonca, "A 1.2V Cascaded  Low  Noise  Amplifier  for  IR-UWB  Receivers"  in  International Conference on Electrical and Power Expositions (EPE) IEEE , Iasi. 2014.

    I.Kianpour, B. Hussain, V. G. Tavares, C. Duarte, H. Mendonca and J. Principe, "An Energy Study on IR-UWB Transmitter Using Integration- and-Fire Modulation," in International Conference on Ultra Wide-Band (ICUWB), Paris, 2014.

    I.Kianpur, B. Husain. Vitor. G. Tavares.. Helio. S. Mendonca. Iman Kianpour, "A Low-Power Very Low-Harmonic-Distortion OTA," in International Symposium on Circuit and System (ISCAS), Lisbon Portugal, 2015.

    Hussain,Bilal (June 2011), Short-Slot Hybrid Coupler in gap waveguide at 38 GHz , Chalmers Publication Library, Gothenburg, Sweden, ISSN 99- 2747920-4 URL:http://publications.lib.chalmers.se/records/fulltext/143058.pdf

     

    Cad Tools and Computer Skills

    Cadence  Design  Environment  using  Calibre  and  Assura  Layout  and Parasitic Extraction Tools

    High Frequency Structured Simulator HFSS v13.0

    Agilent Design Systems (ADS 2014) along with Goldengate C++ and Python

    Matlab 2012 along with Simulink

     

    Trainings and Courses

    Completed two month training at TES Electronic Solution, Stuttgart Germany and acquried hand on experience from Industry experts in the field of RFIC design

    Completed two month training at University of Novi Sad, Serbia and acquired clean room experience for ink jet printing using Flexible substrates

    Completed one week training on LTCC Fabrication organized by Institute of Electron Technology, Krakow, Poland

    Attended Project Management Course Organized by OMEC, Krakow, Poland 2013

    Attended MD-Array Workshop for Semi-Custom Integrated Circuit Design organized by Microdul Philips, held in Krakow Poland 2015

    Attended Summer School on Human Resource Management, organized by Technical University Iasi, held in Iasi, Romania 2014

    Completed Cisco Certified Network Associate Training in 2008

    Languages

    English(TOEFL iBT 105/120), Urdu, Arabic, Tagalong, Portuguese

    Interests and activities

    Astrophysics

    Graphene based RF designs

    An active member of Search for Extra Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI Project) by UC Berkeley

    An active member of NASA Student Chapter

    References

    Prof,Vitor Grade Tavares

    Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto Email: vgt(at)fe.up.pt

    Porto, Portugal

     

    Mr, Djordje Simic

    Technical Fellow, RF System Design TES Electronic Solutions

    Email: djordje.simic(at)tes-dst.com

    Stuttgart, Germany

     

    Prof, Goran Stojanovic

    Faculty of Technical Science, University of Novi Sad Email: sgoran(at)uns.ac.rs

    Novi Sad, Serbia

     

    Prof Per-Simon Kildal  Department of Signal and System

    Chalmers University of Technology Email: per-simon.kildal(at)chalmers.se

    Sweden

     


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