Vacancy (Research Scholarship Scheme)

Project Title
Microfluidic HF and UHF Tag Sensors for Air Pressure Monitoring in Tyres
UTAR Sg Long Campus
Appointment Duration
1 July 2018 - 30 June 2019
No. of Vacancy
1 (one)
Education Level
Master in Communications, Electronics, Electrical, or Physics.
Specific Skills / Knowledge Required
Electromagnetics, Physics, Microwave Engineering, or Antenna Design.
Job Description
Rapid developments of radiofrequency technologies have brought about a big leap in the advancement of tag antenna design. As a key part of the radio-frequency identification (RFID) system, tag antenna has received much attention because it can affect the system performance significantly. Since a tag is usually attached to an object, its antenna size must be made compact enough. Modern RFID tag antennas are required to be compact and useable in complex environment. Designing a tag antenna involves tradeoffs between impedance matching, antenna gain, and circuit size. So, optimization is always a must. The aim of this project is to design and optimize far-field RFID tag antennas using different types of microwave resonators for some specific applications.
How to apply/strong
If you are interested, please contact Dr. Lim Eng Hock via email at