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This directory includes Electrical Engineering Department faculty with joint appointments. Click on faculty names to see their personal web pages.

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Fred G. Allen
Fred G. Allen
Professor Emeritus
fred.allen10@verizonnull
Tel: 310-206-9649
Surface properties and angle-resolved photoemission from freshly cleaved silicon surfaces in ultra-high vacuum; dopant behaviour of silicon in Molecular Beam Epitaxial growth
A. V. Balakrishnan
A. V. Balakrishnan
Distinguished Professor Emeritus
bal@eenull
Tel: 310-825-2180
Control systems, flight systems applications
Francis F. Chen
Francis F. Chen
Professor Emeritus
ffchen@eenull
Tel: 310-825-5624

Radiofrequency plasma sources for industrial applications. He invented the "helicon" source with permanent magnets, applied to semiconductor etching and spacecraft propulsion. Heads Low Temperature Plasma Technology Laboratory (LTPTL)
Harold Fetterman
Harold Fetterman
Distinguished Professor Emeritus
fetter@eenull
Tel: 310-825-3431
Optical millimeter wave interactions, femtosecond evaluation of high-frequency devices and circuits, solid-state millimeter wave structures and systems, and biomedical applications of laser
Stephen E. Jacobsen
Stephen E. Jacobsen
Professor Emeritus
jacobsen@eenull
Tel: 310-825-9251
Mathematical programming with emphasis on non-convex and NP-hard problems and the application of the latter to engineering and engineering/economic systems
Rajeev Jain
Rajeev Jain
Professor Emeritus
jain@eenull
Tel: 310-206-3179
Design of embedded mobile wireless-systems
Nhan Levan
Nhan Levan
Professor Emeritus
levan@eenull
Tel:310-825-2213
Control systems, especially stability and stabilizability, and errors in dynamic systems; also the investigation of signals analysis and the theory and application of wavelets
Dee Son Pan
Dee Son Pan
Professor Emeritus
pan@eenull
Tel: 310-825-1123
Electronic excitation and transport in semiconductors, quantum well infrared detectors, resonant tunneling diodes, and high frequency limitations of semiconductor devices; recently, new high-frequency devices and various lower frequency RF device modeling
Gabor C. Temes
Gabor C. Temes
Distinguished Professor Emeritus
temes@eecs.oregonstatenull
Tel: 310-825-2647

Data converter; switched-capacitor circuit; analog and digital signal processing.Temes’s research area, shared with his graduate students, encompasses many areas of interface electronics, including analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converters, switched-capacitor filters and amplifiers, and sensor interfaces

Chand R. Viswanathan
Chand R. Viswanathan
Distinguished Professor Emeritus
vis@eenull
Tel: 310-825-5214
Physics and technology of semiconductor devices, low temperature electronics, thin oxide integrity, device characterization, defect studies and VLSI technology
Paul K. C. Wang
Paul K. C. Wang
Professor Emeritus
pkcwang@eenull
Tel: 310-825-1564
Control systems, especially control of distributed-parameter systems described by nonlinear partial differential equations with applications to micro-optoelectromechanical systems such as micromachined deformable mirrors for adaptive optics and miniature imaging devices
Donald M. Wiberg
Donald M. Wiberg
Professor Emeritus
wiberg@soe.ucscnull
Tel: 310-825-9095
Control systems, Kalman filtering, system parameter estimation, adaptive optics for large telescopes, and biomedical system modeling
Alan N. Willson, Jr. Alan N. Willson, Jr.
Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Research Professor,
and Charles P. Reames Chair in Electrical Engineering

willson@eenull
Tel: 310-825-7400
Theory and applications of digital signal processing including VLSI implementations, digital filter design, nonlinear circuit theory
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