CNDE grad student researchers Liu and Brinker win second place in AMTA paper award

Chao Liu and Katelyn Brinker, graduate research assistants with the Center for Nondestructive Evaluation, won second place in the Best Student Paper Award at the 42nd annual meeting and symposium of the Antenna Measurement Techniques Association (AMTA), which was (virtually) held Nov. 2-5.

The title of their paper is “Single Antenna Dual Circularly-Polarized Chipless RFID Tag Reading Methodology,” based on research led by Reza Zoughi, director of the CNDE, Kirby Gray (Battelle) Chair in Engineering and professor of electrical and computer engineering.

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