Kamran Ghorbani (M’96) received the B.Eng (Hons.) and Ph.D. degree from RMIT University, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, in 1994 and 2001, respectively. From Nov. 1994 to 1996, he was a graduate RF Engineer with AWA Defence Industries working on early warning radar systems. In June 1996, he joined RMIT University to pursue his Ph.D. studies. From Dec. 1999 to March 2001, he was a Senior RF Engineer with Tele-IP working on VHF transceivers for commercial aircraft. He joined the Department of Communication and Electronic Engineering (now the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering) at RMIT University in 2001 as a continuing Academic. Prof. Ghorbani is currently the Director of the Communication Technologies Research Centre, RMIT University. He is responsible for strategic planning and managing the research center. His research interests include, dielectric measurements, composite material structures, frequency selective surfaces, metamaterials, RF energy harvesting, radar systems, ferroelectric devices and phased array antennas.
Prof. Ghorbani was the Chair of Asia Pacific Microwave Conference APMC2011, which was held in Melbourne, Australia. He was the Co-Chair of Technical Program Committee for IEEE International Microwave and RF Conference, IMaRC2014, which was held in India. He was the Chair of first Australian Microwave Symposium, AMS2014, which was held in Melbourne, Australian. He is the Chair of Technical Program Committee of the Asia Pacific Microwave Conference APMC2016, which is going to be held in India. He is a member of IEEE MTT-S Meetings and Symposia Committee (AdCom sub-committee).