Standards in Electromagnetics and Communication







Prof. Vikass Monebhurrun

Professor Vikass Monebhurrun has been actively participating in French National Research Programs on dosimetry since 1998. His research has contributed to the international standardization committees of CENELEC, IEC, and IEEE. He is author or co-author of about 100 peer-reviewed conference and journal papers and he holds three international patents on antennas for mobile communications. He actively participates in several international standardization committees on numerical and experimental dosimetry, namely IEEE 1528™, IEC 62209, IEC 62232, and IEEE/IEC 62704. He currently chairs the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Standards Committee as well as the IEEE/IEC 62704-3 Standardization Committee.

About The Engineering Program at CentraleSupélec

In 2010 the Department of Electromagnetics of Supélec (CentraleSupélec since 2015), a Grande Ecole graduate school of engineering located in the Île-de-France region of France, successfully implemented a graduate course entitled Human Exposure and Electromagnetic Field Measurement. This course, which is proposed within the Electromagnetics and Communication program, is taken during the last year of the 3-year engineering curriculum.

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