dr. S.N. Haider
Microwave Sensing, Signals and Systems (MS3), Department of Microelectronics
Promotor: Alexander Yarovoy
Expertise: antenna, active phased-array and microwave techniquesThemes: XG - Next Generation Sensing and Communication
Nadia Haider enrolled in Electrical Engineering at Saxion Hogeschool, Enschede, The Netherlands in 2003 and obtained her bachelor degree with distinction in 2007. During this period she worked as an intern at Bruco Integrated Circuit where she designed electronic loads for testing ASICs. The bachelor graduation project was completed at Nedap. The project contained a feasibility study of radio frequency identification (RFID) systems for the 24 GHz frequency band. At the end of this project the proto-type of a 24 GHz RFID transponder was constructed.
In 2010 she obtained her master degree in Electrical Engineering with distinction from Delft University of Technology. Her master graduation project focused on dual-polarized UWB antenna design for imaging radar.
Since 2010 she joined the Microwave Sensing, Signals and Systems group of Delft University of Technology as a Ph.D. student. Her main researches focuses on antenna, active phased-array and microwave technique as well as reconfigurable technologies. The PhD research is conducted as part of the STARS project (STARS: Sensor Technology Applied to Reconfigurable Systems for Sustainable Security). Throughout her research she has been collaborating with University of Twente, Thales, TNO and NXP.
Sensor Technology Applied in Reconfigurable Systems
reconfigurable sensors and sensor networks applied in the context of the security domain
Last updated: 28 Mar 2017