Online Panel Series
Title: Submitting a Paper for IMS2022 Is Easier Than You Think!
Date: October 27, 2021
Time: 9am PT / 12pm ET
Sponsored by: IMS
Presenting papers is a great way to increase your visibility within the RF and microwave community and build your personal brand. Whether you’re a member of industry or academia, giving a paper at IMS will provide you with an unprecedented opportunity to network with the best of the best. It’s a prestigious event and submitting a paper might be intimidating. If you’ve never presented at IMS, we want to help you get there. Tune in to this webinar to learn from two successful speakers who are still relatively new in their careers. Hear best practices and ask your questions now so that your paper has the best chance of getting accepted. Join us and get all your paper submission questions answered!
Moderator: Pat Hindle, Editorial Director, Microwave Journal
Panelist: Jasmin Grosinger, Ph.D., Associate Professor at Graz University of Technology
Panelist: Tushar Sharma, Ph.D., Staff RF Engineer at Renesas Electronics
Panel Participant Bios:
Moderator – Microwave Journal
Pat Hindle, Editorial Director, Microwave Journal
Pat Hindle is Editorial Director for Microwave Journal® and has been with the magazine for 12 years. He parlayed his process engineering background into a management role in marketing communications for several leading microwave semiconductor manufacturers including MACOM, Raytheon and Skyworks (Alpha Industries), in addition to working at MIT Nanostructures Laboratory manufacturing X-ray diffraction gratings for space research telescopes like Chandra. He has a B.S. in Materials Science Engineering from Cornell University and MBA from Northeastern University. In his current role as MWJ Editorial Director, he is responsible for setting MWJ’s editorial direction and developing marketing opportunities for industry clients. He has been the conference manager for EDI CON China and helped launch Signal Integrity™ Journal plus co-hosts the Frequency Matters videos and podcasts.
Graz University of Technology
Jasmin Grosinger, Ph.D., Associate Professor
Jasmin Grosinger received the Dipl.-Ing. (M.Sc.) degree (Hons.) in telecommunications and Dr.techn. (Ph.D.) degree (Hons.) from the Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria. In 2021, she received her Venia Docendi in radio frequency (RF) and microwave engineering from Graz University of Technology, Austria. In her postdoctoral thesis, she examines the RF design for ultra-low-power wireless communication systems. She currently serves as an Associate Professor at the Institute of Microwave and Photonic Engineering, Graz University of Technology, working on ultra-low-power RF components and systems.
Prof. Grosinger has authored about 60 peer-reviewed publications and holds one US patent. She is actively involved in the Technical Program and Steering Committees of various RF-related conferences and is Associate Editor of the IEEE Microwave and Wireless Components Letters. She is a member of MTT-S, the European Microwave Association, and the Union Radio-Scientifique Internationale Austria (Commission D). Within MTT-S, she serves as Distinguished Microwave Lecturer, as a member of the IEEE MTT-S Technical Committees MTT-25 Wireless Power Transfer and Energy Conversion Committee and MTT-26 RFID, Wireless Sensors and IoT Committee, as IoT Working Group member of the Technical Coordination & Future Directions Committee, and as Co-Chair of the Women in Microwaves Sub-Committee of the Member and Geographic Activities Committee.
Tushar Sharma, Ph.D., Staff RF Engineer
Tushar Sharma is Staff RF Engineer at the Renesas Electronics, San Diego, California, and a visiting professor at the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, India. He received Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Calgary, Canada in 2018 followed by post-doctoral research in the Integrated Micro-systems Research Lab at the Princeton University, New Jersey, USA. His research interests include high frequency novel reconfigurable techniques in RF and mm-wave transmitters, broadband high-power gallium nitride (GaN) power amplifiers, large signal device modelling, technology characterization, digital signal processing, mm-Wave amplifiers, and waveform engineering. He has more than 45 publications in international journals and conferences along with 4 granted patents. He is the recipient of IMS 2020 Best Industry Paper award, 2019/2020 IMS Best Student paper award, Izaak Walton Killam pre-doctoral scholarship, the Alberta Science and Innovation under 30 Future Leader Award, the Alberta Innovates Technology Future Doctoral Scholarship, the Alberta Transformative Talent Scholarship, the IEEE Education Activity Board Pre-Educator award, IEEE MGA Young Professionals Achievement award and University of Calgary 2018 Early Achievement Alumni award.