Dr. Kamran Ezdi

Dr. Kamran Ezdi

Dr. Kamran Ezdi

Assistant Professor

dr.kamranezdi@ucp.edu.pk
Ext: 042-35880007

Dr. Kamran Ezdi obtained BSc degree in Electrical Engineering (electronics and telecommunications) from UET, Lahore, and MSc in electrical engineering (Communications and Radio Engineering) from King’s College London, and PhD in Electrical Engineering and Applied Physics from the University of Braunschweig, Institute of Technology, Germany. Dr. Ezdi worked in civil service of Pakistan (District Management Group) and taught at Multimedia University, Cyberjaya, Malaysia where he won teaching excellence award. He is working on developing numerical techniques for solving Maxwell’s equations for radiating structures excited by non-sinusoidal time-domain signals.Dr Kamran Ezdi has been working as assistant professor at UCP for 3 years and 7 months. His area of specialization is Electromagnetics. He has work experience of 7 years.

PhD Electrical Engineering T U Braunschweig, Germany 2009
Assistant ProfessorUCP Joined August 2013
1“Terahertz sources and systems: a brief overview”, K. Ezdi, 2004 International Students and Young Scientists Workshop on Photonics and Microsystems, Wroclaw-Szlarska Poreba, Poland.
2“Numerical simulation of photoconductive dipole antennas: the effect of the DC bias striplines”, K. Ezdi, T. Kleine-Ostmann, and M. Koch, 16th International Symposium on Space Terahertz Technology, ISSTT 2005, Goteborg, Sweden.
3“Semi-confocal imaging with optically pumped FIR laser”, M. Salhi and K. Ezdi, 2005 International Students and Young Scientists Workshop on Photonics and Microsystem, Dresden, Germany
4“A numerical study of photoconductive dipole antennas: the real emission frequency and an improved antenna design”, K. Ezdi, M. N. Islam, Y. A. N. Reddy, C. Jöerdens, A. Enders and M. Koch, Millimeter-Wave and Terahertz Photonics, 2006 Photonics Europe, SPIE, Strasbourg, France.
5“Emission spectra of photoconductive dipole antennas: pulsed vs photomixing operaration”, R. Wilk, K. Ezdi, M. Mikulics and M. Koch, Infrared and Millimeter Wave-Terahertz IRMMW-THz2006, Shanghai, China
6“Impact of contact metals on the performance of THz antennas”, N. Vieweg, M. Mikulics, M. Scheller, K. Ezdi, R. Wilk, H.-W.Hübers, and M. Koch, Proc. IGSM/Summer School 2008, Goslar, Germany
7Enhanced emission from THz antennas made of LT-GAAs, N.Vieweg, M. Mikulics, M. Scheller, K. Ezdi, R. Wilk, H.-W. Hübers, and M. Koch, IRMW-THz 2008, Pasadena, CA, USA
8“Impact of the contact metallization on the performance of photonductive THz antennas”, N. Vieweg, M. Mikulics, M. Scheller, K. Ezdi, R. Wilk, H.-W.Huebers, and M. Koch, Optics Express, November 2008
9“A hybrid time-domain model for pulsed terahertz dipole antennas”, K. Ezdi, B. Heinen, C. Jördens, N. Vieweg, N. Krumbholz, R. Wilk, M. Mikulics and M. Koch, Journal of the European Optical Society, January 2009

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