Electromagnetics, Microwave, and Nondestructive Evaluation

Research activities in this area are focused on computational electromagnetics, electromagnetic properties and behavior of materials, microwave circuits and systems, microwave remote sensing, optical communications, and electromagnetic non-destructive evaluation.

Current Research Areas

  • Nanoscale electrostatics
  • Triboelectricity
  • Optical devices and systems
  • Medical ultrasound
  • Ultrasound therapy
  • Ultrasound bioeffects
  • Ultrasound nondestructive evaluation
  • Medical imaging
  • Real-time, high-resolution imaging system development
  • Microwave millimeter wave sensor development
  • Evaluation of non-conductive composites
  • Nonlinear and high-power techniques
  • Antenna analysis and design
  • Fast and efficient algorithms in computational electromagnetics
  • Metamaterials
  • Electromagnetic wave propagation and scattering
  • Modeling of VLSI interconnects on silicon and signal integrity
  • Inverse scattering and nondestructive evaluation
  • Eddy current NDE
  • Ultrasonic NDE
  • Evaluation of layered composite structure
  • Materials characterization
  • Millimeter wave imaging and diagnoses of human skin
  • Reconfigurable RF circuits for multi-band/multi-mode ratios
  • Design of high sensitivity, high dynamic range sensor interface circuits

Faculty in This Group

  • Mohammad Tayeb Al Qaseer
  • Timothy Bigelow
  • Rana Biswas
  • David Jiles
  • Jaeyoun Kim
  • Mani Mina
  • Nathan Neihart
  • Jiming Song
  • Reza Zoughi

Affiliated Faculty:
Brian Hornbuckle


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