The IEEE Young Professionals affinity group under the IEEE Kharagpur Section is pleased to announce an online webinar in the “KYP Talks” series. In this series, we will host invited talks by experts from India and abroad on a wide range of current topics for the large community within and outside the IEEE Kharagpur Section.


We are pleased to host Prof. Saptarshi Ghosh, Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Indore, as our seventh speaker in this “KYP Talks” series.


The following are the details of the seventh talk in this series:

Webinar Title : Frequency Selective Surface and its Applications

Date : Thursday, 10th September, 2020

Time : 03:00 pm to 04:00 pm


The audience members can join the live talk by sharing basic details through the registration link (given below). There will be a Q and A session during/after the talk.


With Best Wishes,


IEEE Kharagpur Section.

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Prof. Saptarshi Ghosh,

Assistant Professor,

Dept. of Electrical Engineering,

IIT Indore

Dr. Saptarshi Ghosh has received his B. E. degree in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering from Bengal Engineering and Science University (currently known as IIEST), Shibpur in 2009. He has completed his M. Tech. and Ph.D. from the Department of Electrical Engineering at IIT Kanpur in 2013 and 2017, respectively. After completing his Post-Doctoral research from Chung-Ang University, South Korea, he has joined IIT Indore in 2018, where he is currently working as an Assistant Professor in the Discipline of Electrical Engineering. Dr. Ghosh is a recipient of several awards, including IEEE AWPL Outstanding Reviewer Award (2020, 2019), MIF Fellowship (2020), INAE Young Innovative Student Projects Award (2018), Young Scientist Award from URSI-ATRASC (2018), Academic Excellence Award (2013), and several Best Paper Awards (2018, 2017, 2016, 2013). He has authored and co-authored over 90 referred journals and conferences. His current research interests include frequency selective surface, microwave absorber, electromagnetic metamaterial, and other periodic structures.

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Frequency selective surface (FSS) is a periodic structure designed to selectively reflect, transmit, and/or absorb incident electromagnetic (EM) wave. They are usually constructed by printing an infinite array of metallic patterns on single/both sides of a dielectric substrate. Based on the topologies, these FSSs are widely used in spatial filters, high-impedance surfaces, absorbers, polarizers, radomes, antennas, and EM shielding across different frequency regimes. In this talk, I am going to describe several FSS structures exploiting various applications. Equivalent circuit modelling and other analyses of the designed geometries will also be explored.