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Professor, University of Connecticut[email protected]
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Rajeev Bansal received his PhD in Applied Physics from Harvard University in 1981. Since then he has taught and conducted research in the area of applied electromagnetics at the University of Connecticut where he is currently a professor (1992- ) in the School of Engineering. He served as the Head (2009-18) of the department of Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) and as the Interim Director/Head (2012-14) of the Biomedical Engineering Department.
His technical contributions include four books [From ER to E.T.: How Electromagnetic Technologies Are Changing Our Lives (2017), Fundamentals of Engineering Electromagnetics (2006), Engineering Electromagnetics: Applications (2006), Handbook of Engineering Electromagnetics (2004)], two commercialized patents (1989 and 1993), and over 100 journal/conference papers/book chapters. Dr. Bansal has served as an Editor/Reviewer of J. of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications as well as an Associate Editor of Radio Science. He has also served on the editorial advisory boards of IETE Technical Review and the Int. J. RF & Microwave CAE. He is a columnist for the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine (1987- ) and the IEEE Microwave Magazine (since its inception in 2000). He is a Fellow of the Electromagnetics Academy, an elected member of the Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering (CASE), and a Senior Member of the IEEE. He has served as a consultant to the Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Newport, RI.
- METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR THE DETECTION AND LOCATION OF FAULTS AND PARTIAL DISCHARGES IN SHIELDED CABLES, U.S. Patent # 5,272,439, December 21, 1993 (with M.S. Mashikian, R.B. Northrop and F. Palmieri)
- METHOD AND INSTRUMENTATION FOR THE DETECTION, LOCATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF PARTIAL DISCHARGES AND FAULTS IN ELECTRIC POWER CABLES, U.S. Patent #4,887,041, December 12, 1989 (with M.S. Mashikian, R.B. Northrop and C.L. Nikias)
Bansal, From ER to E.T.: How Electromagnetic Technologies are Changing Our Lives, IEEE Press/Wiley, 2017.
Bansal (ed.), Handbook of Engineering Electromagnetics, Marcel Dekker, NY, 2004.
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