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ECE has over 100 faculty members working in a broad array of research areas. Use our ECE Expert Search tool to locate faculty working in your area of interest. Faculty profiles include contact information, however, members of the media may contact our communications office for assistance.



Featured Experts

Philip Krein

Philip Krein

Philip Krein is an expert in power electronics.
Michael C. Loui

Michael C. Loui

Michael C. Loui is an expert in the areas of engineering ethics and education.
P. Scott Carney

P. Scott Carney

Paul Scott Carney is an expert in the area of theoretical and physical optics.
Gary Eden

Gary Eden

Gary Eden is an expert in the area of lasers, optics, and plasmas.
Olgica Milenkovic

Olgica Milenkovic

Olgica Milenkovic is an expert in combinatorial mathematics, coding theory, and bioinformatics.
Xiuling Li

Xiuling Li

Xiuling Li is an expert in nanostructured semiconductor materials and devices.
Jont Allen

Jont Allen

Jont Allen is an expert on speech perception by normal and hearing-impaired ears.
Brian Cunningham

Brian Cunningham

Brian Cunningham is an expert in electromagnetics, optics, nanotechnology, and development of biosensors.
Jonathan Makela

Jonathan Makela

Jonathan Makela is an expert in remote sensing of the Earth's upper atmosphere and ionosphere.
Elyse Rosenbaum

Elyse Rosenbaum

Elyse Rosenbaum is an expert in the area of integrated circuit reliability.
Venugopal Veeravalli

Venugopal Veeravalli

I work on detection and estimation theory and information theory, and their applications in wireless communications and sensor networks.
Stephen Boppart

Stephen Boppart

My interests involve developing new optical biomedical imaging technology.

Bruce Hajek

Bruce Hajek

Physical process of communications over networks like using cell phones or the Internet which is pretty broad. Wireless links as well as modeling and analysis of systems with random behavior.

George Gross

George Gross

George Gross focuses on power system operations, planning, and economics. I?m very much into the economic aspects of power systems energy. Everything I do usually has dollar values.

Kent Choquette

Kent Choquette

My expertise is in photonics, optoelectronics, and semiconductor lasers.

Narendra Ahuja

Narendra Ahuja

My area is computer vision, a field related to image processing, pattern recognition, sensing, and robotics.

Jean-Pierre Leburton

Jean-Pierre Leburton

I develop physical models to understand the behavior and operations on novel nanoscale electronic and optical devices. I also use these models to explore new properties of nanostructures.

David Malcolm Nicol

David Malcolm Nicol

I do system evaluation, which means developing models and methodologies for determining what properties a system, either real or simply contemplated, will have.

Peter W. Sauer

Peter W. Sauer

I work in electric power systems, which means I deal with the large-scale interconnected grid, utility networks, transmission lines, and big generators. I basically do the big power systems stuff, mostly modeling, simulation, and analysis.

Jose Schutt-Aine

Jose Schutt-Aine

My area of expertise is in the signal integrity area, which is one in which we worry about how clean the signal is as it travels through electronic equipment ? whether it?s computer or communications circuits. We do that for specific types of applications.

Tamer Başar

Tamer Başar

I work in a number of disciplines, the main one being control systems. Other major areas include game theory and communication and computer networks. I have also done work in economics.

Thomas Overbye

Thomas Overbye

I work in the power and energy systems area here in the department, and my particular area of expertise is high voltage electric power systems. I study mostly the electric transmission grid.

Thomas S. Huang

Thomas S. Huang

Signal processing and analysis. In terms of signals, I mainly work with images and video and, more recently, speech and acoustic signals. In terms of the processing, there are three main parts of processing. One is compression, the second is enhancement or improving the quality, and the third is pattern recognition.

Jennifer Bernhard

Jennifer Bernhard

My area of expertise is applied electromagnetics. Most of my group?s work is in the area of antennas, but we also have projects in sensors, high frequency circuits and devices, and electromagnetic packaging.

Rayadurgam Srikant

Rayadurgam Srikant

Communication networks. I work on designing distributed algorithms for the Internet and wireless networks.?

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