Badredin Turki received his BSc in Telecommunication Engineering from the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Tripoli, Libya in 2007. He achieved his MSc in Broadband and Mobile Communication Networks (2010), and PhD in Electronic Engineering from University of Kent in 2015. He completed the PG Certificate in Higher Education in 2016.
He spent time working in industry before joining Kent and during his PhD was involved in different antennas research funded by industry and central government. Currently, he is doing a postdoc research with Professor John Batchelor working on NFC & UHF RFID antennas for different labelling, monitoring and sensing applications. His research interests includes RFID technologies, Frequency Selective surface (FSS), on-body antennas, microwave engineering and additive manufacturing techniques.
He is a member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (MIET), and a Fellow of Higher Education Academy (FHEA).
University of Kent
NFC and UHF RFID technologies, Frequency Selective surface (FSS), on-body antennas, microwave engineering and additive manufacturing techniques.
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