Research Team Leads

The group is run by two faculty members, Prof. Shulabh Gupta and Prof. Tom J. Smy, combining hardware and computing research capabilities for a balanced and holistic research on antennas and metamaterials. The group consists of a mix of Ph.D., M.A.Sc. and undergraduate research assistants. Students with interest and focus on computational electromagnetics applied to metasurfaces, and general electromagnetic scattering problems are co-supervised, while others cultivate their hardware skills in the lab focussed on device designs and measurements.

Summer 2022

Ph.D. Students

Ph.D. students complete 3 graduate course over the entire duration of their Ph.D. program, which is about 4 years long, while being involved in two teaching assistantships per year, in addition to their regular research projects. They are often mentoring other Masters, undergraduate research assistants and interns.

M.A.Sc. Students

Masters students complete 5 courses in total during their 2 years Masters program. They often provide mentorship to undergraduate students, while working very closely with other senior members of the group.

Research Assistants

Group has near regular openings for undergraduate as well as senior research assistants on both full-time and part-time basis, providing them an introduction to research, training on high end equipments, while encouraging them to apply for NSERC USRAs and other funded internship possibilities.