Aly E. Fathy received his Ph.D. degree from the Polytechnic Institute of New York, Brooklyn NY (NYU Poly), in 1984. In February 1985, he joined the RCA Research Laboratory (currently the Sarnoff Corporation), Princeton, NJ, as a Member of the Technical Staff. In 2001, he became a Senior Member of the Technical Staff. In 2003, he joined University of Tennessee (UT), where he is currently a distinguished Professor. He has authored or coauthored numerous transactions and conference papers. He holds 12 U.S. patents, and co-authored many book chapters on radars for medical applications. His current research interests include DBS Antennas, wireless reconfigurable antennas, see-through walls, UWB systems, and high-efficiency high-linearity combining of digital signals for base-station amplifiers. He has developed various UWB microwave radar systems such as non-contact vital signs detection using impulse radar, CW radar, SFCW radar, and collaborated extensively with many international scientists. He was the recipient of five Sarnoff Outstanding Achievement Awards (1988, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1999), Gonzalez family research excellence award (2005), two research excellence awards from the College of Engineering, University of Tennessee (2009, 2011), one teaching fellow award from the college of Engineering (2014) and Lamar Alexander Chancellor’s Excellence Award in teaching and research in 2011. He is a fellow of IEEE.