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Dr. Hassan Bajwa received his BSc degree in Electrical Engineering from Polytechnic University of New York in 1998. From 1998 to 2001 he worked for Software Spectrum and IT Factory Inc, NY. He received his MS from the City College of New York in 2003, and his Doctorate in Electrical Engineering from City University of New York in 2007. Currently he is an Assistant Professor at the University of Bridgeport. His research interests are low power VLSI, Nano-circuit fabrics and nano-technology. His research interests include modeling and simulation of nano-electronic architectures, flexible electronics, RF circuit design, bio-electronics, nanostructured and nanoscale antennas for biomedical applications.
Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, City University of New York, 2007
M.S., Electrical Engineering, City College of New York, 2003
BSc, Electrical Engineering, Polytechnic University, 1998
Sardaraz, Muhammad, Muhammad Tahir, Ataul Aziz Ikram, and Hassan Bajwa. “SeqCompress: An Algorithm for Biological Sequence Compression.” Genomics (2014).
Bach, C., Patra, P., Pallis, J., Sherman, W., & Bajwa, H. (2013). Strategy for Naturelike Designer Transcription Factors with Reduced Toxicity. IEEE Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/TCBB.2013.107
Muhammad Sardaraz, Muhammad Tahir, Ataul Aziz Ikram and Hassan Bajwa, “Review of Genome Sequence Short Read Error Correction Algorithms”, American Journal of Bioinformatics Research 2013, 3(1): Pages 1-9
Muhammad Sardaraz, Muhammad Tahir, Ataul Aziz Ikram and Hassan Bajwa, “Applications and Algorithms for Inference of Huge Phylogenetic Trees: a Review”, American Journal of Bioinformatics Research 2012, 2(1): Pages 21-26
Ali Elrashidi, Khaled Elleithy, and Hassan Bajwa, “Performance Analysis of a Microstrip Printed Antenna Conformed on Cylindrical Body at Resonance Frequency 4.6 GHz for TM01 Mode,” Procedia Computer Science, Elsevier, Volume 10, 2012, Pages 775–784.
A. Elrashidi, K. Elleithy, and Hassan Bajwa, “Input Impedance, VSWR and Return Loss of a Conformal Microstrip Printed Antenna for TM01 mode Using Two Different Substrates,” International Journal of Networks and Communications, 2012, 2(2): Pages 13-19
Ali Elrashedi, Khaled Elleithy, and Hassan Bajwa, “The Effect of Curvature on the Return Loss and Mutual Coupling Coefficient of a Microstrip Printed Antenna Array Conformed on a Cylindrical Body for TM10 Mode,” International Journal of Electromagnetics and Applications, May 2012, vol. 2: Pages. 25-32.
A. Elrashidi, K. Elleithy, and Hassan Bajwa, “The Fringing Field and Resonance Frequency of Cylindrical Microstrip Printed Antenna as a Function of Curvature,” International Journal of Wireless Communications and Networking (IJWCN), Dec. 2011, Vol.3 No.2: Pages 155-162
A. Elrashidi, K. Elleithy, and Hassan Bajwa, “Effect of Curvature on the Performance of a Microstrip Printed Antenna Conformed on Cylindrical Body Using Epsilam-10 Ceramic-Filled Teflon as a Substrate,” American Journal of Materials Science, Nov. 2011: Pages 8-17.
Elrashidi, A., K. Elleithy, and H. Bajwa, The Performance of a Microstrip Printed Antenna Conformed on Cylindrical Body as a Function of Curvature at 4.6 GHz for TM01 Using RT/duroid-5880 PTFE as a Substrate. International Journal of Electromagnetics and Applications: p. 58-67.
Honors and Awards:
Selected Scholar-in-Residence at the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching at the University of Bridgeport 2011-2012.
Nominated for 2011 ASEE-NE Region Outstanding Teacher Award.
Honorable Mention Award, 2009, “Nanotechnology Curriculum Initiative in Connecticut,” Hassan Bajwa, Prabir Patra, Xingguo Xiong, Northeast American Society of Engineering Education Conference (ASEE’09), Bridgeport, CT, Apr. 3-4, 2009.
“Nanoscale Antennas for Power Harvesting Applications in Space” ” PI: Hassan Bajwa, Co-PI: Jani Pallis, Christian Bach. Status: Awarded $11000/1 year, Agency: NASA-CT Space Grant
“DNA Scaffold based Nanoscale Antenna, PI:Hassan Bajwa Status: Approved. There is no direct funding out of the project. UB team is granted free access to nanofabrication lab facilities at Brookhaven national Lab to conduct research
“IUAV,” Project funding approval received by TANC (the advanced nanotechnology consortium) via CCAT (The Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology), Connecticut, of which PI is a team member. Status: Approved, Funding amount $2.4mil, Agency: US Army Joint Munitions and Lethality Center at Picatinny Arsenal, NJ.
“DNA Affinity Patterns of Zinc Finger Proteins, PI: Christian Bach, Prabir Para and Hassan Bajwa Status: Approved. There is no direct funding out of the project. UB team is granted free access to nanofabrication lab facilities at Brookhaven national Lab to conduct research.
“Graphene Nanoribbon (GNR)-DNA Self Assembly” PI: Prabir Patra, Saion Sinha, Hassan Bajwa, Christian Bach and Ashish Aphale. Status: Approved. There is no direct funding out of the project. UB team is granted free access to nanofabrication lab at BNL to conduct research on GNR-DNA Self Assembly.”
ABulk-micromachined MEMS Comb Vibratory Gyroscope,” PI: Xingguo Xiong, Co-PI: Hassan Bajwa. Status: Awarded $6900/1 year, Agency: Seed money grant awarded by University of Bridgeport.