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Dr Eugene Ogbodo holds a PhD in Microwave Engineering with a specialisation in Base station and Satellite Communication Systems. His research area is passive microwave device technologies, focusing on new circuit design methods, integrations, miniaturisations etc.

He attained a postgraduate qualification in academic practice (PgCAP) from the University of Suffolk, and subsequently achieved the status of Fellow of The Higher Education Academy (FHEA) of England and Wales.

His teaching and research experience spanned across several universities in the UK, including Aston University, University of Greenwich, University of Suffolk etc. He has supported several companies in designing and redeveloping their products to meet modern-day cutting edge technology standards. He currently teaches electronics and electromagnetism at the University of Hertfordshire. 

Education/Academic qualification

Electronics (Microwave Engineering), Doctorate, Novel Microwave Devices for Basestation Communications, The University of Greenwich

1 Nov 20131 Oct 2017

Award Date: 1 Oct 2017

Electronic (Mobile Communiucations, MSc, Designing of Dual Band Bandpass Filter, University of East London

31 Jan 20101 Jul 2011

Award Date: 1 Jul 2011


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