Student Papers

Student Paper Winners Announced !!

1st Place: Randy Matos, Florida International University
Ultra-Reconfigurable VO2-Based Reflectarrays for 5G Applications
                 Randy Matos and Nezih Pala, Florida International University
2nd Place: Chao Liu & Katelyn Brinker, Iowa State University
Single Antenna Dual Circularly-Polarized Chipless RFID Tag Reading Methodology
                Chao Liu, Katelyn Brinker and Reza Zoughi, Iowa State University
3rd Place: Adrien Guth, RWTH Aachen University 
Polyhedral Sampling Structures for Phaseless Spherical Near-Field Antenna Measurements
                Adrien Guth,1, Cosme Culotta-L´opez1, Johannes Maly2, Holger Rauhut2, and Dirk Heberling1,3, 1Institute for High Frequency Technology, RWTH Aachen University; 2Chair for Mathematics of Information Processing, RWTH Aachen University, 3Fraunhofer Institute for High Frequency Physics and Radar Techniques


AMTA​ 2020​ will​ award​ at​ least​ three​ (3)​ Best​ Student​ Paper​ Awards.​ Each​ student​ award​ recipient​ will receive​ a $500​ USD​ cash​ award,​ a complimentary​ registration​ at​ AMTA​ 2021,​ and​ a one​ (1)​ year​ AMTA membership,​ active​ through​ December​ 31,​ 2021.

Award​ recipients​ are​ required​ to​ present​ their​ papers​ at​ the​ AMTA​ 2020 Symposium.​ Student​ paper guidelines​ will​ be​ sent​ upon​ acceptance​ of​ the​ abstract.​ Authors​ are​ asked​ to​ mark​ their​ abstract​ as “Student​ Paper”​ when​ submitting the abstract.

If you have any questions, please contact:
The AMTA Technical Coordinator C. J. Reddy,
Email: technical-coordinator@amta.org