Dr Sheikh has completed his BSc
(1990) degree in ‘Electrical and Communication Engineering‘ from
University of San Carlos, MSc (1992) degree in ‘Communication
Engineering & Digital Electronics‘ and PhD Degree (1996) in ‘Electrical
Engineering‘ from University of Manchester, UK.
He has authored 65 referred journal/conference papers, 1 US patent, 12
technical reports. He is involved with 13 funded projects with total
fund of 2 Million SAR. He is a senior member
of IEEE, Fellow of IET (IEE) and founding coordinator of IET-KFUPM
students network. His achievements
includes several local and international awards related to teaching, research and
supporting student activities.
His research work is based on modeling, simulation
and when possible experimental verification of gyrotropic control
circuits and antennas for RF/microwave/millimeter-wave devices. His
recent research interest involves modeling the front end of microwave
sensors, which integrates gyrotropic control devices with compact, switchable, wideband and/or multi-frequency planar antennas.
King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM),