Associate professor, electronic and computer engineering technology
When it comes to antennas, electromagnetics and novel materials for microwave application, Kansas State University Salina's Saeed Khan has quite a bit of knowledge to share.
A K-State Salina faculty member since 1998, Khan was named head of the department of engineering technology in 2008. He teaches courses in telecommunications systems, digital systems and computer architecture and communication electronics. He also chaired the task force for establishing the professional Master of Technology degree.
Khan's research interests and areas of expertise include antennas and propagation, novel materials for microwave application, wireless power transfer and electromagnetic scattering. He has been awarded several grants and contracts in excess of $3 million from several sources, including the National Science Foundation and the Air Force Office of Scientific Research. He received a first-place and a second-place award for academic papers in the Midwest-Section of the American Association of Engineering Education. He also was the recipient of K-State Salina's Rex McArthur Family Faculty Fellow Award for the 2013-2014 school year.
His service includes chairing the College Diversity Committee and serving as the college representative on the President’s Council of Multicultural Affairs. Khan also was co-chair for the technical session on Antenna Testing at the IEEE Antenna and Progation Symposiumin 2012.
Khan received his bachelor's degree in electrical and electronic engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, and his master's degree and doctorate in electrical engineering from the University of Connecticut, Storrs. Before coming to K-State at Salina, Khan worked on the Manhattan campus as a temporary instructor of mathematics and electrical engineering.
He can be contacted at 785-826-2677 or email@example.com.