Amine Boussada received his BS degrees in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering (Highest Honor) from Izmir University of Economics, Turkey. He was awarded the European Erasmus scholarship to spend a study-semester at Maynooth University, Ireland. As a part of his trainings, he worked as a research student at the Electromagnetic Field department in Czech Technical University in Prague. During his stay, he worked on the analysis and investigation of chipless RFID tags. Moreover, He was again granted the European Erasmus scholarship to conduct research on mobile phone antennas at the Department of Electronics and Nanoengineering at Aalto University, Finland. In 2017, he participated with his research paper “Erroneous Reading of Information in Chipless RFID Tags” at the PIERS International Symposium in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Due to his outstanding academic achievements, he was awarded a prestigious scholarship from Abdulla Al Ghurair Foundation for Education to attend a master degree at the University of Waterloo. His research interests are: 5G mobile phone antennas, design of implanted antennas for in-body wireless network and the modeling of interactions between EM waves with biological tissue.