Welcome to Dimitris Anagnostou's Research Group at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology! We conduct basic research in reconfigurable antennas, microwave circuits, reconfigurable and autonomous electromagnetic devices and concepts, cognitive radio, green RF electronics with direct write and M3D meso-scale engineering, RF-MEMS and photonically reconfigurable arrays, nano-engineered materials and nano-inks for antennas and microwave circuits, engineered electromagnetic structures (metamaterials, electromagnetic bandgap materials, frequency selective surfaces), and signal propagation in tunnels.
Excellent and self-motivated MSc and PhD students are always welcome to conduct research on new technologies for Antennas, Arrays, Microwave Components, Sensors and MEMS in our lab (located in EP-213).
Persistence and determination for success are required. Funding opportunities may appear.
For more info CLICK HERE and email your resume, transcripts and other documents in a single .pdf file to danagn@sdsmt DOT edu (replace DOT with . )
Undergraduate Assistants (CSc, EE, CENG or ME) to help with programming sensors, Arduinos, RFIDs, and Time-Domain-Reflectometry are needed in our lab (EP-213) and are always welcome.
No previous experience with electromagnetics required! Students with good programming, math, motivation, an interest in Arduino and Xbees, and willingness to learn are especially encouraged.
For more info please email a brief resume and your transcripts to Prof. Anagnostou at: danagn@sdsmt DOT edu (replace DOT with .)
On-wafer measurement of an RF-MEMS Self-Similar Antenna
under RF and DC biasing conditions
We use modern equipment to fabricate and measure our own designs. We employ theory and numerical simulation in our fully-equipped research lab, as well as device and circuit design, to help define the future in Antennas and Microwaves.
We are doing exciting things, and I welcome the opportunity of sharing that excitement with you. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions. Thanks for visiting us and have a great day!
Last updated: July 28, 2011