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Endowed chairs and professorships are reserved for distinguished scholars and teachers. An endowed chair or professorship provides funds to a chair holder in support of his or her teaching, research and service.

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Mau-Chung Frank Chang
M.-C. Frank Chang
Distinguished Professor,
Department Chair, Wintek Endowed Chair in Electrical Engineering

Tel: 310-794-1633
High-speed semiconductors devices, integrated circuits for digital, analog, microwave, mm-wave terahertz systems, RF/wireless interconnects
Tatsuo Itoh
Tatsuo Itoh
Distinguished Professor and
Northrop Grumman Chair in Electrical Engineering

Tel: 310-206-4820
Electromagnetics, guided wave structures, lower-power wireless electronics, integrated passive components and antenna, photonic bandgap structures and metamaterial applications, antennas: active integrated, RF technologies for reconfigurable front-ends, sensors and transponders
Bahram Jalali
Bahram Jalali
Professor and Northrop Grumman Opto-Electronic Chair in Electrical Engineering
Silicon photonics and fiber optic communication, real-time streaming data acquisition and processing, biophotonics, rare cell detection, blood screening, nondestructive material testing and characterization, rogue wave phenomena
Yahya Rahmat-Samii
Yahya Rahmat-Samii
Distinguished Professor and Northrop Grumman Chair in
Electrical Engineering/

Tel: 310-206-2275
Antennas: satellite communications, personal communication antennas including human interaction, antennas for remote sensing and radio astronomy applications, advanced numerical and genetic optimization techniques in electromagnetics, frequency selective surfaces and photonic band gap structures
Kang L. Wang
Kang L. Wang
Distinguished Professor and
Raytheon Chair in Electrical Engineering

Tel: 310-825-1609
Nanoelectronics, spintronics and nanomagnetics, nanoscale science, devices and quantum systems, non-volatile electronics and low dissipation devices, molecular beam epitaxy, optoelectronics and solar cells
Alan N. Willson, Jr.
Alan N. Willson, Jr.
Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Research Professor,
and Charles P. Reames Chair in Electrical Engineering

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