Abhishek Kandwal

Assistant Professor

Associate Editor IEEE, PhD Physics (Electromagnetics) JUIT, Himachal Pradesh,

Abhishek Kandwal is an Assistant Professor at the School of Physics and Material Science, Shoolini University. Before joining Shoolini University, Asst Prof Kandwal worked as an Assistant Professor at the Center of Biomedical and Health Engineering, SIAT-Chinese Academy of Sciences, China (the World’s Top Research Organisation: Nature Index). He received his Bachelor's and Master's degrees with first-class honours from Himachal Pradesh University, and completed his PhD in Physics (Electromagnetics) from JUIT, Himachal Pradesh, India, in 2014.


Prof Kandwal's illustrious career includes significant roles in various research projects and institutions, including the Defense Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), India, and the National Electronics and Computer Technology Centre (NECTEC), Thailand. He also served as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Electronics and Electrical Engineering Department, SUSTech, Shenzhen, China.


Prof Kandwal's research prowess is evidenced by his extensive publication record, comprising over 100 international research papers in esteemed journals and conferences such as IEEE, Nature, Elsevier, and Wiley. He has also filed more than 10 National and International patents. 


As a Senior Member of IEEE, a Life Member of the Material Research Society of India (MRSI), and a Senior Member of the International Frequency Sensor Association (IFSA), Prof Kandwal is actively involved in the global scientific community. He serves as an Associate Editor for IEEE Access, a prestigious journal in the field.


His dedication to research excellence has been recognised through numerous awards, including the CAS President International Young Staff Award (2019) and various research funding. He has also received travel grants from esteemed institutions such as CSIR and the Department of Science and Technology (DST), India.


His primary research interests lie in the development of advanced sensors for healthcare applications, particularly in the field of Diabetes management, and advanced antennas for communication applications, including satellites, defence, mobile, and 5G technology.

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