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Kasemodel wins best student paper award at international symposium

Justin KasemodelJustin Kasemodel, a recent graduate in electrical and computer engineering, received the best student paper award at the 2010 IEEE International Symposium on Phased Arrays Systems & Technology.

Kasemodel’s winning paper is entitled Broadband Planar Wide-Scan Array Employing Tightly Coupled Elements and Integrated Balun. His advisors, Dr. Chi-Chih Chen and Prof. John L. Volakis, were co-authors.

This is one of several awards Kasemodel received during his four years as an ECE graduate student and graduate research associate at the ElectroScience Laboratory. He also received the 2009 IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society Doctorial Research Award, the 2009 Antenna Applications Symposium best student paper award, second place award in the 2009 John D. and Alice Nelson Kraus Memorial Student Poster Competition at Ohio State, and a third place student paper award at the 2008 Antenna Measurements and Techniques Associations conference.

Kasemodel graduated with a Doctor of Philosophy in Electrical Engineering in August 2010 and now works for Raytheon.