This directory includes Electrical Engineering and Computer Department faculty with joint appointments. Click on faculty names to see their personal web pages.
Surface properties and angle-resolved photoemission from freshly cleaved silicon surfaces in ultra-high vacuum; dopant behavior of silicon in Molecular Beam Epitaxial growth
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)
MIMO enabled wireless networks, experimental wireless, VLSI architectures for wireless systems, digital VLSI and integrated circuits for wireless applications
Optical millimeter wave interactions, femtosecond evaluation of high-frequency devices and circuits, solid-state millimeter wave structures and systems, and biomedical applications of laser
Mathematical programming with emphasis on non-convex difficult problems and the application of the latter to engineering and engineering/economic systems.
Design of embedded mobile wireless-systems
Numerical linear algebra, high-performance computing
Control systems, especially stability and stabilizability, and errors in dynamic systems; also the investigation of signals analysis and the theory and application of wavelets
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
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
Control systems, Kalman filtering, system parameter estimation, adaptive optics for large telescopes, and biomedical system modeling
Theory and applications of digital signal processing including VLSI implementations, digital filter design, nonlinear circuit theory
Communications/telecommunications, collaborative signal processing, sensor system, wireless communication systems, VLSI and systolic algorithms