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Mohammad S. Sharawi

  • Affiliate Professor


Mohammad S. Sharawi is a Principal Engineer with Blue Origin, USA, working on cutting edge communication systems for space applications, and an affiliate professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Washington, USA. He was a tenured Professor of Electrical Engineering at Polytechnique Montréal, Montréal, Québec, Canada, between 2019-2023. Dr. Sharawi was a tenured Professor of Electrical Engineering with King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM), Saudi Arabia, between 2009-2018. He founded and directed the Integrated Multi-Application Antenna Group (IMAAG) and the Antennas and Microwave Structure Design Laboratory (AMSDL). He was a visiting Professor at the University of Calgary, Canada, and Oakland University, USA, in 2013, 2014 and 2023.

Dr. Sharawi’s areas of research include Multiband Printed Multiple-Input-Multiple-Output (MIMO) Antenna systems, Reconfigurable and Active integrated Antennas, Applied Electromagnetics, Millimeter-wave MIMO antennas and Integrated 4G/5G antennas for various applications, Dielectric Antennas, and on package antennas. He has more than 400 papers published in refereed journals and international conferences, 11 book chapters, and three books entitled “Printed MIMO Antenna Engineering,” 2014, “Design and Applications of Active Integrated Antennas,” 2018, and “MIMO Antenna Systems for 5G and Beyond”, 2024. Dr. Sharawi has 28 issued/granted and 8 pending patents in the United States Patent Office (USPO). He is serving/served as Area and Associate Editor for IEEE AWPL, IEEE OJAP, MOTL, IET-MAP and Frontiers. He served on the Technical and organizational program committees of several international conferences (EuCAP, APS, IMWS-5G, APCAP,  iWAT). Dr. Sharawi is a member of the IEEE Member benefits committee and was managing the APS Student travel grant (2021-2022). He served as the EuRAAP delegate for north America (2019-2023). He is a Fellow-IEEE and Fellow-IET. Dr. Sharawi is a distinguished lecturer (DL) of the Antennas and Propagation Society (APS) for the period of 2023-2025. He is serving as the co-chair of the IEEE Seattle joint chapter of AP/ED/MTT.



  • Ph.D.
    Oakland University