Dr. Mahbub Hoque is the Chief Scientist of the Space & Terrestrial Communications Directorate (S&TCD) in the U.S. Army’s Communications Electronics Research Development and Engineering Center (CERDEC), Fort Monmouth, NJ. He also serves as the Division Chief of the Antennas and Spectrum Analysis Division in S&TCD.
As the Directorate’s Chief Scientist, Dr. Hoque leads S&TCD’s research program, encompassing technology areas including network science, nanotechnologies, software defined radios, network operations, modeling and simulation, tactical and strategic satellite communications, information assurance, antennas, EMI/EMC, spectrum management, and evolutionary commercial wireless technologies.
As a Division Chief, Dr. Hoque leads his 100+ strong workforce dedicated to providing engineering solutions in the areas of spectrum management and electromagnetics. The Division operates in several critical technology areas, including the research, development, and engineering of new antenna technologies; modeling and simulation to study and mitigate coupling issues between collocated antennas; metamaterial research and development; and various spectrum management initiatives, to include the development of spectrum architectures, cognitive networks, et al.
Dr. Hoque is the recipient of various awards, including the Commanders Award and Superior Civilian Service Award.