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|De Veciana, Gustavo||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Wireless and Sensor Networks, Network Management and Performance, Algorithms, Computer Aided Design and Nanotechnology|
|Dodabalapur, Ananth||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Dr. Dodabalapur's current interests are in organic transistors, organic-based chemical and biological sensors, and in organic-based laser physics and optics.|
|Driga, Mircea||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Electromagnetics, Electromechanical energy conversion, Electromagnetic levitation and launchers|
|Erez, Mattan||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Computer architecture; High-performance computing; Programming languages and models; the critical aspects of locality, parallelism and bandwidth constraints to overcome the limitations of today's …|
|Evans, Brian||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Embedded real-time digital signal processing for communication systems and image processing systems. Current projects include wireless interference mitigation, smart grid communications, smart phone …|
|Flake, Robert||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Manufacturing Systems Engineering, Communications, Networks and Systems (CommNetS)|
|Flynn, Mark||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Power electronics Motor drives and controls Embedded controllers Electric power systems Analog and digital circuit design|
|Garg, Vijay||Electrical and Computer Engineering; South Asia Institute||Dr. Garg's current research interests are in the areas of distributed systems, discrete event systems and software engineering.|
|Gerstlauer, Andreas||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Embedded systems, specifically with a focus on electronic system-level design (ESL/SLD), system modeling, design languages and methodologies, and embedded hardware and software synthesis|
|Gharpurey, Ranjit||Electrical and Computer Engineering||High-frequency and high speed circuit design and parasitic noise sources in integrated circuits, RFIC design for wireless applications|