John N. Sahalos
John N. Sahalos received his B.Sc. degree and his Ph.D degree in Physics, (1967, 1974), from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, (AUTH), Greece. Except of his PhD, during 1970-75, he studied at the School of Engineering of AUTH and he received the Diploma (BCE+MCE) in Civil Engineering, (1975). He also, during 1972-74, studied at the School of Science of AUTH and he received the professional Diploma of postgraduate studies in Electronic Physics, (1975). In 1976, he was a Postdoctoral University Fellow at the ElectroScience Laboratory, the Ohio State University. From 1977 to 1986, he was a Professor in the EE Department, University of Thrace, Greece. Since 1986, he has been a Professor at the School of Science, AUTH, a director of the postgraduate studies in Electronic Physics and a director of the Radio-Communications Laboratory (RCL). He was a visiting Professor at the E&C Engineering Department, University of Colorado, Boulder and at the Technical University of Madrid, Spain. He is the author of four books, of six book chapters and more than 300 articles published in the scientific literature. His research interests are in the areas of antennas, high frequency techniques, communications, EMC/EMI, microwaves, and biomedical engineering. Dr. Sahalos is a Professional Engineer and a Consultant to industry. In 2002-04, he was in the Board of Directors of the OTE S.A. He served, as a technical advisor, in several national and international committees. Since 1998, he is the president of the Greek committees of URSI. He is a member of the Greek Physical Society and of the Technical Chamber of Greece. He is the creator and leader of an EMC network with five laboratories. He is an IEEE Fellow. He also has been honored from several Institutions and Organizations. He has been in the editorial board of three scientific journals.
Biography Updated on 23 November 2008