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Nov. 2, 2021

Kent PhD Electronic Engineering student wins International Young Scientist Award

University of KentA University of Kent PhD Electronic Engineering candidate, Anshuman Shastri, has won an International Young Scientist Award in Electronics Engineering.

Congratulations to PhD Electronic Engineering candidate, Anshuman Shastri, from the School of Engineering and Digital Arts who won the award of International Young Scientist in Electronics Engineering granted by Research Education Talks Daily International (REd) upon the eve of International Teachers Day.

Anshuman Shastri is affiliated with Banasthali Vidyapith. His current research interests include additive manufacturing, frequency reconfigurable antennas, energy harvesting, microwave antennas, frequency selective surfaces, millimetre wave and Terahertz technologies. He has worked with a number of additive manufacturing techniques to fabricate designs for various applications. He received the International Young Scientist Award in Oct 2020 and International Young Researcher Award in Feb 2021.

Anshman would particularly like to express thanks to his supervisors, Dr Benito Sanz and Professor Mohammed Sobhy,  plus colleagues in EDA who have helped and supported him during his studies and enabled him grow as a researcher.

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Content added on 2nd November 2021. 

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