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|Abraham, Jacob||Electrical and Computer Engineering||VLSI design and test, Formal verification, Fault-tolerant computing|
|Akinwande, Deji||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Two-dimensional nanomaterials, graphene, carbon nanotubes, solid-state Devices. Sensors, RF circuits, flexible electronics, bio-electronics, electronics to interface to the skin and brain.|
|Alu, Andrea||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Electromagnetism, metamaterials and plasmonic nanomaterials; nanoelectromagnetism; metamaterial and plasmonic cloaking; optical nanocircuits and nanostructures modeling; miniaturized RF antennas and …|
|Andrews, Jeffrey||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Dr. Andrews' research interests focus on all areas of multiuser wireless communications, including advanced CDMA systems, multiuser OFDM, and wireless ad hoc networks. He teaches graduate …|
|Arapostathis, Aristotle||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Adaptive control and estimation techniques of stochastic systems; Stochastic hybrid systems; Adaptive control of nonlinear systems Research interests include analysis and estimation techniques for …|
|Baldick, Ross||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Electric power, electricity restructuring, electric transmission, electric transmission policy Current research concerns optimization applied to electric power system operations and integrated …|
|Banerjee, Sanjay||Electrical and Computer Engineering||MOS and nanostructure device modeling, UHVCVD for Si-Ge-C heterostructure devices, Ultra-shallow junction technology and process modeling Dr. Banerjee is active in the areas of ultra high vacuum and …|
|Bank, Seth||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Development of new materials such as dilute-nitride semiconductors (e.g. GaInNAsSb) and metal/semiconductor nanocomposites (e.g. ErAs nanoparticles in GaAs) and their application to silicon-based …|
|Barber, Kathleen||Electrical and Computer Engineering||(1) in-depth, iterative, and coordinated design and analysis of software systems among distributed teams (2) information assurance and coordination for distributed agent-based software systems|
|Becker, Michael||Electrical and Computer Engineering||The major theme of Dr. Becker's research is the interaction of light with matter. His research activity on nanoparticles and nanomaterials is aimed at producing high-performance nanoparticles and …|