Home > People > Faculty

Faculty

Panos Antsaklis

H. Clifford and Evelyn A. Brosey Chair Professor

Ph.D., Brown University, 1977

His research focuses on Cyber Physical Systems and addresses problems in the interdisciplinary research area of Control, Computing and Communication Networks, and on Hybrid and Discrete Event Dynamical Systems.

Peter Bauer

Professor

Ph.D., University of Miami, 1987

Distributed sensor/actuator networks, network congestion control, networked control systems, system theory, digital signal processing, stability theory, multidimensional systems

Gary Bernstein

Frank M. Freimann Chair Professor

Ph.D., Arizona State University, 1987

Nanostructure fabrication, electron beam lithography, microfluidics systems.

 

William Berry

Professor Emeritus

Ph.D., Purdue University, 1963

Solid-state energy conversion, thermoelectrics, photovoltaics

 

David Burghoff

Assistant Professor

Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2014

Focus is on devices and systems that blend nanoscale optoelectronics, ultrafast & nonlinear optoelectronics, and integrated long-wavelength photonics, with applications in healthcare, energy, sensing, security, and transportation.

Jonathan Chisum

Assistant Professor

Ph.D., University of Colorado, Boulder, 2011

Millimeter Wave (MMW) systems for wideband wireless communications and multi-funtion apertures

Photo of Daniel J. Costello, Jr., Bettex Chair Professor Emeritus

Daniel J. Costello, Jr.

Bettex Chair Professor Emeritus

Ph.D., University of Notre Dame, 1969

The Analysis and Design of Error-Correcting Codes for Applications in Digital Communications and Data Storage


Suman Datta

Freimann Chair of Engineering Professor

Ph.D., University of Cincinnati, 1999

Nanoelectronic device modeling, fabrication, characterization and their circuit applications for future energy efficient and high performance information processing systems; ultra low voltage computing applications for energy autonomous systems; millimeter wave integrated circuits; convergence between life sciences and solid-state technologies.

Robert Dunn

Professional Specialist

Ph.D., University of Illinois, 1972

Managing Director, ASCENT

Photo of Patrick Fay, Professor

Patrick Fay

Professor

Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1996

Dr. Fay's research interests include the design, fabrication, and characterization of microwave and millimeter-wave electronic devices and circuits, as well as high-speed optoelectronic devices and optoelectronic integrated circuits for fiber optic telecommunications.

Thomas E. Fuja

Professor and Interim Dean

Ph.D., Cornell University, 1987

Prof. Fuja research addresses reliable communication over inherently unreliable and/or constrained communication links.

Gupta, Vijay

Vijay Gupta

Professor and Associate Chair of Graduate Studies

Ph.D., California Institute of Technology

Dr. Gupta's current research interests are in the analysis and design of cyberphysical systems.

Photo of Martin Haenggi, Frank M. Freimann Chair Professor

Martin Haenggi

Frank M. Freimann Chair Professor 

Ph.D. (EE): Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), 1999

Information Theory for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (IT-MANET): The goal of this project is to find the fundamental performance limits of mobile ad hoc networks in terms of throughput, delay, and reliability.

 

Douglas Hall

Associate Professor

Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1991

Optoelectronics device characterization, fabrication, and materials studies

Photo of Eugene Henry, Professor Emeritus

Eugene Henry

Professor Emeritus

Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, 1960

Control systems, simulation and computer design

 

Christopher Hinkle

Bettex Collegiate Chair and Associate Professor

Ph.D., Physics, North Carolina State University, 2005

Research focuses on the growth, characterization, and device physics of semiconductor materials and interfaces for use in a wide variety of devices.

Photo of Bertrand Hochwald, Frank M. Freimann Chair Professor

Bertrand Hochwald

Frank M. Freimann Chair Professor

Ph.D (engineering) 1995, Yale University

Wireless Communications

Anthony Hoffman

Associate Professor

Ph.D., Princeton University, 2009

Photo of Scott Howard, Associate Professor

Scott Howard

Associate Professor

Ph.D. Princeton University, 2008 (EE)

Prof. Howard's research focuses on how the interaction of photons and tissue can be used to aid diagnosis and fundamental research in biological fields.

Photo of Yih-Fang Huang, Professor and Senior Associate Dean for Education and Undergraduate Programs

Yih-Fang Huang

Professor and Senior Associate Dean for Education and Undergraduate Programs

Ph.D., Princeton University, 1982

My research interests focus on theory and applications of detection and estimation

Photo of Thomas Kosel, Professor Emeritus

Thomas Kosel

Professor Emeritus

Ph.D., University of California, 1975

Wear, erosion, electron microscopy

J. Nicholas Laneman

Professor

Ph.D., MIT, 2002

Wireless communication systems, information theory, software radio

Photo of Michael Lemmon, Professor

Michael Lemmon

Professor

Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon University, 1990

Inter-relationship between communication, computation, and control in such large-scale sensor-actuator networks

Photo of Craig Lent, Frank M. Freimann Chair Professor

Craig Lent

Frank M. Freimann Chair Professor

Ph.D., University of Minnesota, 1984

Quantum-dot Cellular Automata (QCA)

 

Photo of Hai Lin, Associate Professor

Hai Lin

Associate Professor

Ph.D., University of Notre Dame, 2005

Dr. Lin's teaching and research interests are in the multidisciplinary study of the problems at the intersections of control, communication, computation and life sciences. His current research thrust is on cyber-physical systems, multi-robot cooperative tasking, systems biology and quantum control.

Liu, Lei

Lei Liu

Associate Professor

Ph.D. University of Virginia, 2007

His research interests include millimeter- and submillimeter-wave device and circuit design, modeling, and testing, quasi-optical techniques, terahertz detectors for imaging and spectroscopy, novel microwave materials and devices, superconducting electronics, microfabrication and processing.

Photo of Christine Maziar, Professor, VP and Senior Associate Provost

Christine Maziar

Professor, VP and Senior Associate Provost

Ph.D., Purdue University, 1987

Research interests include developing models and computer simulation tools that describe charge transport in semiconductor device structures, transport phenomena in ultra-small structures, structures under high electric fields, and structures composed of superlattices or novel materials.

Photo of Jim Merz, Frank M. Freimann Chair Professor Emeritus

Jim Merz

Frank M. Freimann Chair Professor Emeritus

Ph.D., Harvard University, 1967

Semiconductor physics, materials, and devices; optical properties of solids;
defects; and nanostructures

Photo of Alexander Mintairov, Research Associate Professor

Alexander Mintairov

Research Associate Professor

Ph.D., Ioffe Physical-Technical Institute, St. Petersburg, 1987

Dr. Mintairov's research interests include near-field magneto-spectroscopy of and nano-photonic structutres. Current research projects include study of emission properties of dilute nitride materials, nano-optics of microdisk lasers, light-emitting single electron transistors and blinking phenomena in colloidal nanostructures.

Photo of Alexie Orlov, Research Associate Professor

Alexei Orlov

Research Associate Professor

Ph. D., IREE RAS, Moscow, 1990

My topics of research are experimental studies of nanostructures and nanodevices with main focus on experimental single electronics and nanomagnetics.

Thomas O'Sullivan

Assistant Professor

Ph.D., Stanford University, 2011

Prof. O'Sullivan's research interests include the design and application of semiconductor optical devices for biomedical sensing, diagnostics and imaging (biophotonics).  He also integrates these technologies into medical devices designed to understand human physiology and diagnose/monitor disease.

Photo of Wolfgang Porod, Frank M. Freimann Chair Professor

Wolfgang Porod

Frank M. Freimann Chair Professor

Ph.D., Universität Graz, Graz, Austria, June 1981

Solid-state devices, computational electronics, and nanoelectronics.

Photo of Thomas Pratt, Research Professor

Thomas Pratt

Research Professor

Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology, 1999

Dr. Pratt has particular interest in multi-port and dual-polarized communications and sensing architectures and their application to detection, interference avoidance and suppression, sensing, and diversity and capacity enhancement.

Photo of Sergei Rouvimov, Research Associate Professor and Director of TEM, NDIIF

Sergei Rouvimov

Research Associate Professor and Director of TEM, NDIIF

Ph.D., Physics, A.F. Ioffe Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia, 1987

High resolution transmission electron microscopy

 

Photo of Ken Sauer, Associate Professor

Ken Sauer

Associate Professor

Ph.D., Princeton University, 1989

Sauer's research centers on statistical methods of solving inverse
problems, primarily in imaging

Photo of Michael Schafer, Teaching Professor

Michael Schafer

Teaching Professor

Ph.D., University of Notre Dame, 1980

 

Photo of Alan Seabaugh, Frank M. Freimann Chair Professor and Director LEAST

Alan Seabaugh

Frank M. Freimann Chair Professor and Director NDnano

Ph.D. University of Virginia, Charlottesville, 1985

Current research areas include tunnel field-effect transistors, memory, transport in two-dimensional materials, and lithium ion batteries.

Photo of Roxana Smarandache, Professor of Mathematics and Electrical Engineering

Roxana Smarandache

Professor of Mathematics and Electrical Engineering

Ph.D., University of Notre Dame, Mathematics, 2001

Error Control Coding

Greg Snider

Professor and Interim Chair

Ph.D., University of California - Santa Barbara

Design, fabrication, and measurements of micro and nanoelectronic devices

Photo of Robert Stevenson, Professor and Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies

Robert Stevenson

Professor and Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies

Ph.D., Purdue University, 1990

Statistical and multidimensional signal and image processing, computer vision.

Photo of Gregory Timp, Keough-Hesburgh Chair in Electrical Engineering and Biological Sciences

Gregory Timp

Keough-Hesburgh Chair in Electrical Engineering and Biological Sciences

Ph.D. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Electrical Engineering,1984

Synthetic Biology

Photo of John Uhran, Professor Emeritus

John Uhran

Professor Emeritus

Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, Purdue University, 1967

Dr. Uhran has specialized in communication theory and systems, signal processing techniques, simulation techniques, and artificial intelligence, especially robotics, while maintaining a special interest in engineering education.

Huili (Grace) Xing

Adjunct Professor

Ph.D, University of California, Santa Barbara, 2003

GaN based devices, nanowire enabled devices, including InGaN nanowires for high efficiency green emission and solar cells, II-VI nanowires for polarization sensitive wide spectrum photodetection etc., graphene physics and devices,  and tunneling field effect transistors for high efficiency logic electronics