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Post-Doc Fellow

Contact details

50, rue Barthélémy de Laffemas BP54 26902 VALENCE Cedex 09 France

  • Tél. : +33.(0)4.56.52.99.71

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Teaching activities

Taught academic disciplines

Undergraduate Courses Taught as Teaching Assistant
  • EE 208 – Logic Design (tutorials)
  • EE 312 – Basics of Electronics (LAB),
  • EE 211 – Computational Techniques in Electrical Engineering (LAB)
  • EE 201 – Programming in C++ (LAB)

Research activities

Research Interests

  • Chipless RFID systems
  • RF Signal Processing
  • RF Filter
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Publications Record

See my Google Scholar or ResearchGate profile for full publications record.
 

Selected Publications

[1]. Z. Ali, E. Perret, N. Barbot, R. Siragusa, D. Hely, M. Bernier, and F. Garet, "Detection of natural randomness by chipless RFID approach and its application to authentication," IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, 2019, early access. [DOI | IF=3.76]

[2]. Z. Ali, N. Barbot, R. Siragusa, E. Perret, D. Hely, M. Bernier, and F. Garet, "Detection of minimum geometrical variation by free-space-based chipless approach and its application to authentication", IEEE Microwave and Wireless Components Letters, 28(4):323–325, 2018. [DOI | IF=2.37]​​

[3]. Z. Ali and Z. M. Hejazi, "A miniature hext-band bandpass microstrip filter using stepped-impedance spiral resonators",Microwave and Optical Technology Letters, 57(8):1842–1847, 2015. [DOI | IF=0.93]
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[4]. Z. M. Hejazi and Z. Ali, "Multiband bandpass filters with suppressed harmonics using a novel defected ground structure",Microwave and Optical Technology Letters, 56(11):2726–2731, 2014.  [DOI | IF=0.93]

Activities / Resume

Zeshan Ali received the M.S. degree in electrical engineering from King Saud University (KSU), Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, and the Ph.D. degree in optics and radiofrequency from the Universite Grenoble Alpes, Grenoble, France, in 2015 and 2019, respectively. From 2011 to 2016, he was a researcher with the Department of Electrical Engineering KSU.  In 2016, he started his research in the Laboratoire de Conception et d’Intégration des Systèmes (LCIS), Grenoble-INP and focused on the development of chipless RFID systems for product authentication applications. Since 2019, he has been a post-doctoral fellow with the LCIS, Valence, France. His current research interests include chipless RFID, RF signal processing and multi-band filters.

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Date of update September 2, 2019

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