ECE Alumnus' Paper One of Most Accessed in IEEE

 Remains on List of Top 100 Articles for Six Months

July 10, 2006

A paper co-authored by ECE alumnus Pavel Nikitin (Ph.D. 2002) has remained on the IEEE's list of 100 most accessed documents for six consecutive months. Nikitin co-wrote "Antenna Design for UHF RFID Tags: A Review and a Practical Application," with his colleagues at Intermec Technologies Corporation, where he is a Lead Engineer. He is also an Affiliate Assistant Professor in the EE Department at the University of Washington.

The article was published in IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation last December. Nikitin's faculty advisor at Carnegie Mellon was ECE Professor Daniel Stancil.

Pavel Nikitin (left) and Daniel Stancil researched distributing wireless signals through the heating and air conditioning ducts in Roberts Engineering Hall. A paper Nikitin co-authored has remained on the IEEE's most accessed list for six months.

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