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Ignacio Julio Garcia Zuazola

Researcher in DeustoTech


Iñaki completed his PhD in Electronics (microwaves, antennas) part-time program in 2008 and has recently passed his viva subject to minor corrections. He was in 2003 awarded with a BENG in Telecommunications Engineering from Queen Mary - University of London. Immediately after graduation from the same institution he briefly began working "informally" towards a PhD before moving to Kent in 2004. In 2000, he was awarded an HND degree in Telecommunications Engineering from the college of North West London - University of Middlesex. In 1995 he was awarded an FPII degree in the field of Industrial Electronics from the School of Chemistry & Electronics of Indautxu, Spain. He has academic experience and has been employed as a Research Associate (2004) University of Kent, Canterbury, UK, Research Engineer, Grade 9/9, (2006) University of Wales, Swansea, UK and Research Associate (2008) University of Kent, Canterbury, UK. He holds educational awards in Electrical wiring, Pneumatic and Hydraulic systems, and Robotics. He has industrial experience, having being hired for companies such as Babcok & Wilcox (1993), Iberdrola (1995), Thyssen Elevators (1998), and Cell Communications (2000). He also engaged in a self-employed business in electrical wiring in 1996. He was included in the Marquis Who´s Who in the World 2010 edition and has published work in international journals such as the IEEE Transactions, IET Proceedings, and Electronics Letters. He is currently (2011) a Senior Research Fellow in Microwaves Engineering (Antennas) at the University of Deusto, Bilbao, Spain and a Visiting Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Integrated Information Systems, University of Leeds, UK. His current research interests include single-band and multiband miniature antennas, and the use of Electromagnetic-Band Gap (EBG) structures and Frequency-Selective Surfaces (FSS). As a researcher at Deusto, he is required to design and implement RFID antennas for vehicular assets tracking applications and for vehicular ad-hoc network (VANET) communications.


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