- PhD 1951, University of Wisconsin, Madison; SM in EE 1948, MIT; BS in EE, 1944 Mich. Tech; EE (professional) 1950, Mich. Tech. EE 1950 Mich. Tech
- Radio Astronomy Instrumentation
- Radio Engineering
- Physical Acoustics (propagation, diffraction, absorption of sound, noise mitigation)
- Radio tracking and telemetry of wildlife
- Radio Direction Finding
- Antennas for communication and wireless sensing
- Atmospheric and ionospheric measurements
- Coherent optics/imaging
- Electromagnetics and Optics
- Radio and optical wave propagation
- Member, National Academy of Engineering, 1978; Fellow, IEEE; Fellow AAAS; Guggenheim Fellow
- Current research in radio direction finding and in physical acoustics is supported by the U. S. Army Construction Engineering Research Laboratory.
Public Service Honors
- Pro bono consulting (2000 to present) on radio telemetry for wildlife research for Princeton University, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, and Max Planck Institute for Ornithology.