Prof K M Luk has been elected the Fellow of the UK Royal Academy of Engineering 2018, which is a supreme recognition of his pioneering work on antennas.
The citation for Prof K M Luk by the UK Royal Academy of Engineering is: "Prof Luk is world-renowned for his pioneering work on antennas. For decades, he has perceptively investigated the design of microstrip antennas, small antennas, dielectric antennas and complementary antennas, all of which have found application worldwide in wireless communications. His research has featured on Chinese television and many other Asian outlets. He has published 350 papers in leading international journals, together with three highly regarded books and 15 international patents.”
The UK Royal Academy of Engineering is a national academy which aims to bring together the most successful and talented engineers from across the engineering sectors to advance and promote excellence in engineering for the benefit of the society. The Academy's Fellowship represents the nation’s best engineering researchers, innovators, entrepreneurs, business and industry leaders. Election to the Academy is by invitation only and about 50 Fellows are elected each year by peer review from nominations made by existing Fellows. They are distinguished by the title Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering and the postnominal FREng.
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