Benjamin Cook

Master's Students
Class of 2011 Master students

Now, Director PERL LAB, TI USA

Research Interests

  • Inkjet printed antennas on flexible and organic substrates.

  • Flexible device fabrication and process design.

  • High voltage and wideband antenna design.

  • RF Applications in medical Imaging.

Selected Publications

  • B. S. Cook, and A. Shamim, "Inkjet Printing of Novel Wideband and High Gain Antennas on Low-Cost Paper Substrate," IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, Vol 60, issue 9, 2012
  • B. S. Cook et al., " A Passive Low-Cost Inkjet-Printed Smart Skin Sensor for Structural Health Monitoring," IET MAP, in press, March 2012
  • B. S. Cook et al., “Inkjet-Printed “Zero Power” Sensors for Large-Scale RFID-Integrated “Smart Skins” ”, IEEE Microwave Magazine, in press, October 2012
  • A. R. Maza, B. S. Cook, and A. Shamim. "Paper-Based Inkjet-Printed UWB Fractal Anetnnas”, IET MAP, Vol 6, Issue 12, p. 1366 – 1373
  • S. Kim et al., “Inkjet-printed Antennas, Sensors and Circuits on Paper Substrate”, IET MAP, Aug 2012
  • B. S. Cook, and A. Shamim, “An Inkjet-Printed UWB Antenna on Paper Substrate Utilizing a Novel Fractal Matching Network," IEEE AP-S Conference 2012, in press, February 2012
  • Taoran Le et al. “A Novel Graphene-Based Inkjet-Printed WISP-Enabled Wireless Gas Sensor”, EuMW2012, June 2012
  • Xiaohua Yi et al. “PASSIVE FREQUENCY DOUBLING ANTENNA SENSOR FOR WIRELESS STRAIN SENSING”, Proceedings of the ASME 2012 Conference on Smart Materials, Adaptive Structures and Intelligent Systems, SMASIS2012, June 2012


  • Ph.D. 2012 – 2014, Electrical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology

  • M.S. 2011, Electrical Engineering Program, KAUST, Saudi Arabia.

  • B.Sc. 2010, Electrical Engineering, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, United States.



Professional Profile

​Current​ly enrolled as PhD student at Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, USA