Debapratim Ghosh (S ’15, M ’18) received the B.E. in Electronics Engineering from R.A.I.T., University of Mumbai, and the M.Tech. and Ph.D degrees in Electrical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. Since 2018, he is Assistant Professor at the School of Electrical Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology Bhubaneswar. His research interests include high performance active and passive microwave couplers, broadband power dividers, multi-port reflectometry, MMIC and RFIC-based circuit design, microwave measurement techniques and integrated systems, software-driven microwave systems, and analog and small-scale embedded systems.He has authored about 20 publications in various journals and conference proceedings, and filed 2 patents. He is the recipient of an Analog Design Contest prize from Texas Instruments, Student Grant Award from the European Microwave Association, ITS Award from DST, Govt. of India, and IIT Bhubaneswar-Commendable Teaching Performance Award.