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|Hallock, Gary||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Dr. Hallock's research is in plasma science and involves two different areas in this applied science field. The first involves high performance Hall-type plasma thrusters, which are being …|
|Heath, Robert||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Interference management in wireless networks, sequence design, and all aspects of MIMO communication including antenna design, practical receiver architectures, limited feedback techniques, mobility …|
|Janapa Reddi, Vijay||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Computer Architecture & Embedded Processors Computer Engineering|
|John, Lizy||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Dr. John's current research interests include high performance processors such as superscalar and superpipelined processors, high performance memory systems and caches, low-power design, compiler …|
|Julien, Christine||Electrical and Computer Engineering||-Software engineering, specifically for mobile computing -Software engineering for ad hoc mobile networks -Development of algorithms for mobile computing -Middleware for simplifying the software …|
|Khan, Saqib||Electrical and Computer Engineering|
|Khurshid, Sarfraz||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Dr. Khurshid's current research focuses on software testing, specification languages, code conformance, model checking, error recovery, and applications of heuristics in program analysis.|
|Lee, Jack||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Dr. Lee's current research interests include thin dielectric breakdown and reliability, high-K gate dielectrics and gate electrode, high-K thin films for semiconductor memory applications, …|
|Ling, Hao||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Computational electromagnetics, Antenna and propagation, Radar sensors and radar signal processing|
|Lipovski, Gerald||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Dr. Lipovski currently researches the architecture and application of his Dynamic Associative Access Memory (DAAM), which is a Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) with search logic in its sense …|