Abdul Halim Miah
Dr. Miah received his PhD degree in Electronic Engineering from Kwangwoon University, Seoul, South Korea in 2016. He pursued his PhD degree in wideband vibration energy harvesting from low-frequency vibration as well as human-body-induced motion. He worked on energy harvesting for wearable smart devices applications as a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Utah, USA. He has more than 45 publications in peer-reviewed journals and reputed international conferences, and holds 2 patents. He has also been serving as Reviewer for various prestigious peer-reviewed journals and reputed international conferences. He has also serverd as Lead Guest Editor of a Special Issue in Shock and Vibration and Guest Editor for Special Section in IEEE Access. His current research focuses on magnetic microsystems for low-power applications. His main research interests include electromechanical transducers, multi-source energy harvesting, electrodynamic wireless power transmission systems, and multifunctional materials and systems.