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Five ECE faculty are active in APLab: Professors Keith Carver, Ramakrishna Janaswamy, David Pozar, Dan Schaubert and Calvin Swift. All are Fellows of the IEEE and have extensive experience in the field of antennas, propagation and electromagnetics. APLab research is also conducted by visiting post-doctoral scientists and engineers.


Keith R. Carver

  Professor Emeritus of Electrical and Computer Engineering
  Fellow IEEE

 

Education
Univ. of Kentucky, BS 1962
The Ohio State Univ., MS 1962 PhD 1967

 

Research interests (click for details)

printed circuit antennas and arrays

waveguide slot arrays

microwave remote sensing instrumentation


Ramakrishna Janaswamy

  Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
  Fellow IEEE

 

Education
Regional Engineering College Warangal, India B. Tech (ECE) 1982

India Inst. of Technology Kharagpur, India   M.Tech 1983

Univ. of Massachusetts Amherst PhD 1986
Research interests (click for details)
radiowave propagation
radio channel modeling
theoretical and applied electromagnetics
wave propagation over rough surfaces
antenna design

David M. Pozar

  Professor Emeritus of Electrical and Computer Engineering
  Fellow IEEE

 

Education
Univ. of Akron B.S.E.E. 1975, M.S.E.E. 1976
The Ohio State University PhD 1980
Research interests (click for details)
microstrip antennas and phased arrays
microwave engineering and electromagnetics
transient radiation

Daniel H. Schaubert

  Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
  Fellow IEEE

 

Education
University of Illinois B.S. 1969 M.S. 1970 PhD 1974
Research interests (click for details)
microwave remote sensing
antenna design and analysis
phased arrays

Calvin T. Swift

  Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
  Fellow IEEE

 

Education
Massachusetts Institute of Technology B.S. 1959

Virginia Polytechnic Institute M.S. 1965

College of William and Mary Ph.D 1969
Research interests (click for details)

microwave remote sensing, propagation

antennas
signal processing

 


Marinos N. Vouvakis

  Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
  Member IEEE

 

 

Education
Democretus University of Thrace, Dipl. Eng. 1999

Arizona State University, M.S. 2002

The Ohio State University, Ph.D 2005
Research interests (click for details)

computational electromagnetics

finite element and boundary element methods
antennas and antenna arrays

 


Anatoliy O. Boryssenko

  • Postdoctoral Visiting Scientist
Education
Kiev Polytechnic Institute, Kiev, Ukraine Ph.D 1988

 

 

 

Research interests

computational electromagnetics including time-domain techniques

antennas and phased arrays including broadband, UWB and pulsed