Electromagnetic Systems


This area concerns the physical principles and technologies based on (a) electromagnetic fields and waves, and (b) quantum phenomena.  The former are the basis of radio frequency (RF) and microwave technology, antennas, and wave propagation, that are employed for the transport and processing of information in diverse systems for sensing, wired and wireless communication, navigation, instrumentation, power and computational applications.  The latter underlie optoelectronics, nanotechnology and microelectronics, and are useful in the design and physical implementation of nano-, microelectronic and photonic materials, devices, components, circuits, and subsystems, deployed in a wide variety of applications.

 Faculty Members:

Dr. Ege Engin

Signal Integrity in RF Electronic Systems and Electronic Packaging
Dr. Madhu Gupta Design and Optimization of RF Devices and Components Employed in the Microwave, Millimeter-Wave, and Sub-Millimeter Wave Systems
Dr. Long Lee The Physical Electronics of Optical and Communication Devices
Dr. Satish Sharma Design, Characterization, and Applications of Antennas

Research Groups:

Communication Systems and Signal Processing Institute