Lead RF Engineer, RF Instrumentation and Systems Laboratory, GE Global Research Center;
Chair, IEEE Emerging Technologies Subcommittee on Innovation and Standards for Information and Communications Technologies (ISICT)
SM Hasan is a Lead RF Engineer at GE Global Research Center in Niskayuna, NY. In this role, SM Hasan provides leadership and research support for the various projects with different GE businesses as well as with external government agencies. He is also currently holding an Adjunct Assistant Professor position with Virginia Tech.
Hasan considers himself to be a wireless systems engineer with fundamental training in applied electromagnetics, RF circuits and systems, radio design, applied signal processing, software radio, and cognitive radio. However, due to the diverse nature of his research, he has worked in different areas of wireless communication ranging from antenna to baseband processing. His research over the past eight years resulted in approximately 26 research articles, which includes 3 book chapters, 7 journal articles, and 16 peer reviewed conference articles.
Prior to joining GE at the Global Research Center, Hasan worked for two years as a Research Scientist at Virginia Tech University where he was successful in obtaining some major extramural grants from different government agencies. He also led several other research projects sponsored by the Office of Naval Research (ONR), the Department of Justice, the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR), NSF, Motorola, and National Instruments. He also supervised multiple numbers of graduate students.
Hasan received his PhD from Virginia Tech, Master from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, and Bachelors from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET). All in the area of electrical engineering. In recognition for his novel Ph.D. research, he received the ‘William Bazzy Fellowship’ from the Microwave Journal in 2007. Hasan actively participates in various professional activities in the wireless communications area. He is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and licensed Amateur Radio Technician. Currently he is also the chair of IEEE Emerging Technologies Subcommittee on Innovation and Standards for Information and Communications Technologies (ISICT).