Best paper award goes to Marathe

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On November 5, 2019

Shubhankar Marathe was awarded the best EMC student paper award at the 2019 IEEE EMC Symposium for the paper “ESD Generator Tip Current Reconstruction using a Current Probe Measurement at the Ground Strap.” Shubhankar earned a master’s degree in electrical engineering from S&T and is now working with Amazon Inc. His advisor was Dr. David Pommerenke.

Marathe’s co-authors on the paper included Javad Meiguini, former postdoctoral student in electrical and computer engineering who now works with Amazon; Keyu Zhou, not with S&T; Dr. David Pommerenke, former faculty member in electrical and computer engineering; and Mike Hertz, not with S&T.

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