About Dr. Saeed Khan
Dr. Saeed M. Khan joined Kansas State University in 1997 and was made Engineering Technology Department Head in 2008. He chaired the task force for establishing a Master’s of Science in Technology at Kansas State University at Salina.
Khan has been awarded grants and contracts in excess of $3 million from several sources including the National Science Foundation and the Air Force Office of Scientific Research. He has received a first place and a second place award for papers in the Midwest-Section of the American Association of Engineering Education.
He has served as the chair of the College Diversity Committee and the college representative on the President’s Council of Multicultural Affairs. Khan has also served as co-chair for the technical session on “Mobile Antennas, RF and Wireless Communication” at the 2008 Progress in Electromagnetic Research Symposium held in Cambridge, MA.
Khan holds a Ph. D. and an M.S. in electrical engineering, both from University of Connecticut, and a B.S. in electrical and electronic engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology.
Areas of Specialization/Research
- Wireless power transfer systems for unmanned aircraft
- Global positioning systems and commercial wireless antenna
- Electromagnetic Scattering
- Polymer materials for microwave applications