Post-Doctoral Fellow ResearcherMehdi Bahadorzadeh
Dr. Mehdi Bahadorzadeh received his PhD in Telecommunication Engineering - Field theory in Science and Research Campus of Islamic Azad University in Tehran-IRAN in 2006 and he started his cooperation with IAUM as assistant professor in 2007. As a research scholar, he has been with George Washington university ECE department since 2015 to 2016 and currently he is cooperating with Oklahoma State University as a Post-Doctoral Fellow since 2017. Dr. Bahadorzadeh has researched in different area of applied electromagnetic and numerical methods both in undergraduate and graduate levels. His main research area is Electromagnetic Compatibility and using new numerical method techniques for EMC problems. He has published many papers in the international journals and conferences in the area of numerical methods in applied electromagnetic and EMC. He is a contributor to many international journals with applied electromagnetic and antenna and microwave topics. Currently he is working on different research projects with DitchWitch, a Charles Machine Works Company regarding to EMC problems and electronic systems immunity.
Shabir Kabiri is originally from Kabul, Afghanistan. He received his BSc in Electrical Engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 2016. After graduation, Shabir worked for the Afghan Wireless Communication Company as RF Optimization Engineer. In 2018, he received the Fulbright Scholarship to pursue MS in Electrical Engineering at Oklahoma State University. He is currently with REFTAS Laboratory in OSU and works as a Research Assistant for Dr. James West. Being a West Point graduate, he is interested in working on such military projects that provide advanced and reliable technology for minimizing the soldier’s exposure to risk and help the U.S. Military win complex battlefields of the future. His research interests include electromagnetics application, antenna theory, wireless communications and radar.