Professor Shamim's research is focused on applications like personal area network, automotive radars, wearable and implantable wireless sensors, wireless powering and renewable energy. The following specific research projects are being pursued
CMOS RF SoC design (RFICs with on-chip antennas)Antenna design, integration and miniaturization techniques3D IC packaging and embedded passives in LTCC, LCP and IPD environments for SoP applicationsFerrite LTCC based tunable and reconfigurable circuits carbon-based nano radio design (Carbon nano-tube and Graphene mediums)Flexible RF electronics (inkjet printing on paper, plastics, etc)Energy harvesting through ambient resources (infrared, EM)Wearable and Disposable wireless sensors
M. N. Gadalla, M. Abdel-Rahman, Atif Shamim, "Design, Optimization and fabrication of a 28.3 THz Nano-Rectenna for Infrared detection and rectification," Nature Sci. Rep. 4, 4270; DOI:10.1038/srep04270 (2014).
E. Arabi, A. Shamim, "A 3D Miniaturized High selectivity Bandpass filter in LTCC Technology", IEEE Microwave and Wireless Component Letters (MWCL), vol.24, no.1, pp.8,10, Jan. 2014.
M. F. Farooqui, C. Claudel, and A. Shamim, " An Inkjet Printed Buoyant 3-D Lagrangian Sensor for Real Time Flood Monitoring," IEEE Transactions on Antennas & Propagation,vol. 62, no.6, pp.3354-3359, June 2014.
Farhan A. Ghaffar, Joey. R. Bray, A. Shamim, "Theory and Design of a Tunable Antenna on a Partially Magnetized Ferrite LTCC Substrate," IEEE Transactions on Antennas & Propagation, vol.62, no.3, pp.1238-1245, March 2014.
Hammad M. Cheema, A. Shamim, "The Last Barrier: On-Chip Antennas," IEEE Microwave Magazine, Vol. 14, No. 1, pp. 79-91, January 2013.
B.S. Cook, A. Shamim, “Inkjet Printing of Novel Wideband and High Gain Antennas on Low-Cost Paper Substrate,” IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, vol.60, no.9, pp.4148 - 4156, September 2012.