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Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceResearch Interests: High frequency circuits and systems for imaging, bio-sensing, and high data rate communication.WebsiteEmail: Phone: 734-763-9305Office: 3241 EECS
ECE Research Manager – 3rd floorEmail: Phone: (734) 763-2273Office: 3229 EECS
England, Anthony W
Dean Emeritus, College of Engineering and Computer Science, U-M DearbornProfessor Emeritus, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceResearch Interests: Radiative transfer and microwave radiometry.WebsiteEmail: Phone: (734) 763-4849Office: 2527A SRB
Web DesignerEmail: Phone: (734) 647-0197Office: 2228 EECS
Gilchrist, Brian E.
Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceProfessor (courtesy), Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering, Applied PhysicsProgram Director, Ideation Laboratoryhe/him/hisResearch Interests: Plasma electrodynamics and diagnostics; Wireless Technology; Space Systems & TechnologyWebsiteEmail: Phone: (734) 763-6230Office: 2240 EECS
Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceProfessor (courtesy), Applied PhysicsResearch Interests: Engineered electromagnetic structures (metamaterials, metasurfaces, electromagnetic band-gap materials, frequency selective surfaces), antennas, near-field radiation and localized waves, microwave circuits, plasmonics, optics, wireless power transmission systems, and analytical modeling in electromagnetics/optics.WebsiteVideoEmail: Phone: (734) 647-1797Office: 3238 EECS
Kushner, Mark J.
George I. Haddad Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceProfessor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceProfessor (courtesy), Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences; Chemical Engineering; Applied PhysicsResearch Interests: Computational plasma science and engineering with applications to materials processing, microelectronics, photonics and lasers, biotechnology and medicine, and environment.WebsiteVideoEmail: Phone: (734) 647-1695Office: 2236 EECS
Liepa, Valdis V.
Research Scientist EmeritusEmail: Phone: (734) 647-1792Office: 3225 EECS
Louise Ganiard Johnson Professor of EngineeringProfessor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceAssociate Dean for Research, College of EngineeringResearch Interests: Computational, Applied, and Theoretical Electromagnetics; Antennas; Microwave and millimeter wave circuits and packaging.WebsiteEmail: Phone: (734) 647-1793Office: 3240 EECS
Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceDirector, RADLABResearch Interests: RF and microwave circuits including: microwave and millimeter-wave power amplifiers, spatial power combining and thin film ferroelectric based frequency agile circuits.WebsiteVideoEmail: Phone: (734) 936-2597Office: 3242 EECS
Nashashibi, Adib Y.
Associate Research ScientistIntermittent LEO LecturerResearch Interests: Microwave and millimeter-wave remote sensing, antennas, radar technology, wave propagation.WebsiteEmail: Phone: (734) 764-1091Office: 3227 EECS
Administrative Assistant InterEmail: Phone: (734) 764-0500Office: 3226 EECS
Pierce, Leland E.
Associate Research ScientistLEO Lecturer IResearch Interests: Development of image processing techniques for radar remote sensing, Scattering models for natural targetsWebsiteEmail: Phone: (734) 763-3157Office: 3237 EECS
Ruf, Christopher S.
Professor, Climate and Space Sciences and EngineeringProfessor (courtesy), Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceResearch Interests: Earth environmental remote sensing; satellitemicrowave sensor design and development, atmospheric propagation andradiation, oceanic processesWebsiteEmail: Phone: (734) 764-6561Office: 1533 Space Research Bldg
Rufus S. Teesdale Professor of EngineeringProfessor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceResearch Interests: Microwave and millimeter wave radar technology; Geoscience and remote sensing; Antennas and wave propagation; Metamaterials.WebsiteVideoEmail: Phone: (734) 936-1575Office: 3228B EECS
Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceResearch Interests: Wave propagation, random media, rough surfaces, electromagnetic theory and computational electromagnetics with applications in environmental remote sensing, signal integrity, electromagnetic compatibility, and photonic crystals.WebsiteEmail: Phone: 734-764-7651Office: 3244 EECS
Ulaby, Fawwaz T.
Emmett Leith Distinguished University Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science; Arthur F. Thurnau Professor EmeritusProfessor Emeritus, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceResearch Interests: Microwave and millimeter wave remote sensing, radar systems, radio wave propagation.WebsiteEmail: Phone: (734) 647-1789Office: 3228A EECS