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Bakhtiar Ali Khan

My research is focused on the study of electromagnetics, more specifically on antennas design for satellite and space applications.

Bakhtiar Ali Khan received his Bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from GIKI Pakistan, followed by a Master’s degree from Jacobs University Germany. He is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in the field of electromagnetics at Concordia. His research interest resides in antenna design for next-generation satellite and space applications. So far, he has published around 10 journal and conference articles.


Electrical Engineering


English, Pashto, Urdu/Hindi, Hindko/Punjabi, French


Robert Paknys

BAKHTIAR ALI KHAN: Antennas designed for next-generation space exploration

Bakhtiar's blog posts

  • The great silence: Part II
    Posted on March 12, 2019 | By Bakhtiar Ali Khan
    Travelling to other solar systems is not an option with our current technology. However, this might change in the future. Read more
  • Are we alone? Part I
    Posted on December 11, 2018 | By Bakhtiar Ali Khan
    If not, where is everyone? Read more
  • How do satellites talk?
    Posted on November 20, 2018 | By Bakhtiar Ali Khan
    Imagine a hunk of metal that is orbiting the globe and gathering information. How do we talk to it? Read more
  • Let there be light
    Posted on October 16, 2018 | By Bakhtiar Ali Khan
    What is light? How is it generated? How does it interact? How does it propagate through space? There is so much more to this seemingly benign yet subtle and complex phenomenon. Read more
  • Math and reality
    Posted on August 21, 2018 | By Bakhtiar Ali Khan
    Is math a figment of our imagination or is it fundamentally ingrained in the universe? Read more
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