437 Monteith Research Center (MRC)
Campus Box 7911
Venkatesh received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Utah in 2017, advised by David Schurig, previously an Assistant Professor at NC State. Since 2018 he has been a postdoctoral research associate at Princeton University. His research interests include metamaterials and surfaces at GHz-THz frequencies, massive mm-wave phased arrays, 5G Communication, physical layer security, antenna and waveguide theory and design, and advanced electromagnetic simulations.
University of Utah
North Carolina State University
- A $4\times4$ Steerable 14-dBm EIRP Array on CMOS at 0.41 THz With a 2-D Distributed Oscillator Network (2022)
- A Programmable Terahertz Metasurface With Circuit-Coupled Meta-Elements in Silicon Chips: Creating Low-Cost, Large-Scale, Reconfigurable Terahertz Metasurfaces. (2022)
- Origami Microwave Imaging Array: Metasurface Tiles on a Shape-Morphing Surface for Reconfigurable Computational Imaging (2022)
- Stretchable Microwave Transmission Lines Using Liquid‐Metal Embedded Elastomers (2022)
- mmWave Spatial-Temporal Single Harmonic Switching Transmitter Arrays for High back-off Beamforming Efficiency (2022)
- 18.2 CMOS-Driven Pneumatic-Free Scalable Microfluidics and Fluid Processing with Label-Free Cellular and Bio-Molecular Sensing Capability for an End-to-End Point-of-Care System (2021)
- 22.1 THz Prism: One-Shot Simultaneous Multi-Node Angular Localization Using Spectrum-to-Space Mapping with 360-to-400GHz Broadband Transceiver and Dual-Port Integrated Leaky-Wave Antennas (2021)
- A 42–62 GHz Transformer-Based Broadband mm-Wave InP PA With Second-Harmonic Waveform Engineering and Enhanced Linearity (2021)
- A review on applications of integrated terahertz systems (2021)
- Secure space–time-modulated millimetre-wave wireless links that are resilient to distributed eavesdropper attacks (2021)
Awards & Honors
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