Dominique Schreurs (S’90-M’97-SM’02-F’12) received the M.Sc. degree in electronic engineering and Ph.D. degree from the University of Leuven (KU Leuven), Belgium. As post-doc fellow, she was visiting scientist with Agilent Technologies (USA), Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich (Switzerland), and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (USA). She is now full professor at KU Leuven. Her main research interests concern the nonlinear characterization and modelling of microwave and millimeter wave devices and circuits, as well as circuit and system design for telecommunications and biomedical applications.
Prof. D. Schreurs signed up as IEEE Student Member in 1990, and got elevated to Fellow in Jan. 2012. She serves on the IEEE MTT-S AdCom since 2009, after election by the membership-at-large. She has served in various roles on the IEEE MTT-S AdCom, such as Chair of the MTT-S Education Committee (2012-2013). She is also past chair of the MTT-S Technical Committee on Microwave Measurements (MTT-11). Prof. D. Schreurs was Associate Editor for IEEE Microwave and Wireless Components Letters (2011-2013), and is now Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques. She is also Distinguished Microwave Lecturer for the term 2012-2014.
Beyond IEEE, Prof. D. Schreurs also serves on the Executive Committee of the ARFTG organization, presently as the Technical Chair. She was General Chair of the 2007 and 2012 Spring ARFTG Conferences. In 2002, she was one of the initiators and is now still co-organizer of the successful NVNA Users’ Forum. Prof. D. Schreurs was also co-chair of the European Microwave Conference in 2008 and initiated the IEEE Women in Microwaves event at the European Microwave Week. She is also Associate Editor of the International Journal of Microwave and Wireless Technologies.
Prof. D. Schreurs is TPRC member of IMS and RWW and reviewer for many MTT-S (co-)sponsored conferences as well as for other IEEE journals and conferences. She has been regularly session chair at conferences, and acted as judge for student competitions. Prof. D. Schreurs is co-editor of four books, contributor to seven books, and (co-)author of over 100 journal papers and 350 contributions at international conferences.