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Upcoming Events

 July 7-12, 2019
 Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Special session and invited talks at IEEE APS 2019

 July 16-19, 2019
 Austin, Texas, USA
Invited talk at IEEE ComSoc Summer School 2019

 Jan. 26-29, 2020
 San Antonio, Texas, USA
Radio Wireless Week 2020

Welcome! We are the Adaptive Microwave & Antenna Systems (AMAS) research group at Colorado School of Mines, located in Golden, CO. Our mission is to advance research and education in the areas of microwave circuits and devices, antennas, and arrays, with a focus on adaptive system capabilities. In the past few years our research has focused on wideband antenna arrays, adaptive devices and arrays, tunable and adaptive metasurfaces, novel hardware for digital radios, concurrent wireless energy harvesting and communication systems, and additively manufactured microwave devices, antennas, and arrays. The research group is advised by Prof. Payam Nayeri.

Sep. 2019: We won a $1.25M contract to develop smart bits to improve health and safety of mining operations. Looking forward to 5 years of fun research! Thanks to our sponsor NIOSH, and congrats to our diverse team led by Jamal.

July 2019: Congratulations to Jacob for receiving the Mines Undergraduate Research Fellowship for 2019-2020 academic year. The research focuses on Wireless Communication Networks with Energy Cooperation.

July 2019: Payam gave an invited talk at IEEE ComSoc Summer School which was held at the National Instruments Campus in Austin, Texas, entitled 'Software Defined Radio Adaptive Arrays'.

July 2019: Congratulations to Daniel for receiving Honorable Mention at the IEEE AP-S meeting student paper competition for his paper 'Adaptive beamforming in high-interference environments using a software-defined radio array'.

July 2019: We presented five papers at IEEE AP-S meeting, including two invited talks. Congratulations to Ami and Daniel for making their first presentation at this annual meeting. Along with Prof. Brennecka, we also held a well-received special session entitled 'Recent Advances in Multi-Material Additive Manufacturing for Antennas and Microwave Devices' at the meeting.

Mar. 2019: Payam started his service as Associate Editor for IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters.

Feb. 2019: A big congratulations to Daniel for receiving the 2019 IEEE MTT-S Graduate Fellowship for his research proposal "Adaptive Wireless Communication Systems using Software-Defined Radio Arrays".

Jan. 2019: We presented four papers at the 2019 National Radio Science Meeting in Boulder. Great job Ami and Daniel who presented three of these papers and also were awarded a Fellowship Grant from the National Academics to attend this conference.

Jan. 2019: A warm welcome to our new group members Travis Torres, Tanner Lucas, Michael McNulty, and Patrick Bay, who are beginning their MS studies. Also a warm welcome to our new group members Jacob Mitchem and Ethan Judy, who are joining our team as undergraduate researchers.

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