Shrikanth Reddy (S’12, M’16, SM’ 2021) was born in Madhya Pradesh, India, in 1986. He received his Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay, India, in 2015. He was also a Raman-Charpak fellow 2014 (visiting doctoral scholar) at L2E Electronics and Electromagnetism Laboratory UPMC Sorbonne Université.
In 2016 he held a post-doctoral research scientist position at Advanced Wireless Systems Research (ADWISR) Center at State University of New York Oswego Campus. Nov. 2016 onwards he is associated with School of Computing and Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Mandi, India as an Assistant Professor. His current research interest includes design and analysis of passive RF and Microwave components such as Frequency selective surfaces (FSS), Filter configurations, electrically small antennas, SIW based Leaky wave antennas, MIMO configurations and circuits for RF energy harvesting.
Dr. G. Shrikanth Reddy was recipient of ‘Young scientist award 2019’ by URSI and Early carrier research Grant 2017 by Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB) India. He received best paper in technical session-7 at IEEE-iAIM 2017. He also served as session chair in IEEE conference- iAIM-2017, InCAP-2018. He actively promotes research in RF and Microwave areas in India through invited talks and lectures at various MTT/APS chapters and Faculty development programs. Currently he is selected to serve as affiliated member in TC MTT-1 Field Theory and Computational EM Committee.