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Mohammad Fakharzadeh

Assistant Professor

Department of Electrical Engineering
Sharif University of Technology
EE Building, Room 711
Azadi Ave., Tehran, Iran

Phone: +98(21)6616-4390

E-mail: fakharzadeh[at]


Dr. Fakharzadeh received his B.Sc. degree (honors) in Electrical Eng. from Shiraz University, Shiraz, Iran  in 2000, his M.Sc. degree in Electrical Eng. from Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, in 2002 and his Ph.D degree (honors) in Electrical and Computer Eng. from the University of Waterloo, ON, Canada, in 2008. Currently, he is with the Electrical Eng. Dept., Sharif University of Tech. Prior to that he managed the antenna and packaging group at Peraso Technologies, Toronto, ON, Canada, developing the integrated millimeter-wave solutions for portable electronic devices and small-cell backhaul. He has more than 16 years of experience in the design and implementation of phased-array antenna and mm-wave systems. He was a post-doctoral fellow at CIARS lab, University of Waterloo (2009-2010). He has authored over 60 IEEE papers and holds 10 US patents.

Research Interests

  • Integrated High-Frequency Circuits.

  • Design and Implementation of Wireless Systems.

  • Array Signal Processing and Phased Array Systems.

  • Antenna and RFIC Packaging.

  • Millimetre-Wave Imaging.

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Fall 2017:

  • Principles of Electronics

  • Phased Array Systems

Work Experience

  • Antenna and packaging manager (May 2013-Dec. 2014), Peraso Technologies, Toronto, ON, Canada.

  • Sr. Staff Engineer (Sept. 2010-Apr. 2013), Peraso Technologies, Toronto, ON, Canada.

  • Post-Doctoral Fellow, (Jan. 2009- Aug. 2010) University of Waterloo,

  • RF and Signal Processing Engineer, part time , (Jan. 2005- Dec. 2008), Intelwave Technologies, Waterloo, ON, Canada.



  • 1 Book Chapter
  • 20 IEEE Journal Papers
  • 45 Conference Papers
  • 10 US Patents

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