Almantas Galvanauskas Website Division: ECE Title: Professor Address: 6102 ERB I Phone: (734) 615-7166 Fax: (734) 647-2718 Email: Degree: Ph.D. Royal Institute of Tech. Sweden Research Interests: Fiber optics, fiber lasers and amplifiers, ultrafast lasers and amplifiers, nonlinear optics, electrically poled ferroelectric materials, semiconductor lasers, integrated optics Research Areas: Optics and Photonics. Areas of Specialty: Ultrafast Optics; Fiber and Integrated Photonics and Lasers.
Yogesh Gianchandani Website Division: ECE Title: Professor Address: 2403 EECS Phone: (734) 615-6407 Fax: (734) 763-9324 Email: Degree: Ph.D. U. Michigan Research Interests: Design and fabrication of microsensors, microactuators, and micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) for a variety of applications such as inertial sensing, environmental sensing, scanning microscopy, microfluidics, microoptics, and biomedical instrumentation; Development of manufacturing processes using combinations of traditional and novel materials and techniques, for example, micro-electro-discharge machining and microplasmas; Design of interface circuits for MEMS and development of co-fabrication techniques for circuits and MEMS. Research Areas: MEMS and Microsystems; Plasma Science and Engineering. Areas of Specialty: Microfluidics and Gas/Chemical; Implantable Devices; Environmental Sensors; MEMS Technology and Packaging; Plasma Fabrication and Plasma Based MEMS Devices; Plasma Materials Processing of Microelectronics.
Jeremy Gibson Division: CSE Title: LEO Lecturer I Address: 3777 Beyster Bldg. Phone: (434) 321-8624 Email:
Anna C. Gilbert Website Division: ECE Title: Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science; Associate Professor, Mathematics Address: 4831 East Hall Phone: (734) 763-5728 Fax: 734 763-0937 Email: Degree: Ph.D. Princeton Research Interests: My research interests include analysis, probability, networking, and algorithms. I am especially interested in randomized algorithms with applications to harmonic analysis, signal and image processing, networking, and massive datasets. Research Areas: Signal and Image Processing; Robotics and Computer Vision. Areas of Specialty: Compressive Sampling and Sensing; Computer Vision.
Brian E. Gilchrist Website Division: ECE Title: Professor, EECS; Professor, Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Space Sciences Address: 2240 EECS Phone: (734) 763-6230 Fax: (734) 763-1503 Email: Degree: Ph.D. Stanford; MS EE and BS EE Univ Illinois-Ur Research Interests: Plasma electrodynamics; Plasma diagnostics; Field emission and nanoparticle technology; electrodynamic tethers; Space systems technology. Research Areas: Applied Electromagnetics; Plasma Science and Engineering. Areas of Specialty: Radio Frequency (RF), Microwave, and Millimeter-wave Circuits; Remote Sensing; Computational Electromagnetics; Advanced Electromagnetic Materials for RF and Microwave Applications; Antennas; Wave Propagation; Space Plasma Electro-Dynamics.
Rachel S. Goldman Website Division: ECE Title: Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science; Professor, Materials Science Engineering Address: 2094 H.H. Dow Phone: (734) 647-6821 Fax: (734) 763-4788 Email: Degree: Ph.D. Univ. of California - San Diego Research Interests: My research involves investigations of structure-property relationships in thin films and heterostructures. Of particular interest are the effects of strain relaxation (dislocations, surface and interface roughness), alloy formation (phase separation, clustering, ordering), and diffusion (and interdiffusion) on electronic and optical properties. These phenomena are investigated in a variety of materials systems, including compound semiconductor heterostructures, metallic superlattices, metal-semiconductor interfaces, and superconducting oxide structures. Characterization techniques which probe a range of length scales are used for the investigations. Structural properties are studied with x-ray diffraction, transmission electron microscopy, and scanning tunneling microscopy. Electronic properties are determined using Hall and magnetoresistance measurements, as well as scanning tunneling spectroscopy. Optical properties are studied with photoluminescence spectroscopy and cathodoluminescence imaging.
Anthony Grbic Website Meet the Faculty Video Division: ECE Title: Associate Professor; Ernest and Betty Kuh Distinguished Faculty Scholar Address: 3244 EECS Phone: (734) 647-1797 Email: Degree: Ph.D. University of Toronto Research Interests: Periodic structures (metamaterials, frequency selective surfaces, photonic crystals, electromagnetic bandgap structures), planar antennas, microwave circuits, subwavelength optics, analytical electromagnetic modeling Research Areas: Applied Electromagnetics. Areas of Specialty: Radio Frequency (RF), Microwave, and Millimeter-wave Circuits; Advanced Electromagnetic Materials for RF and Microwave Applications; Antennas; Wave Propagation.
Scott Green Division: ECE Title: Assistant Research Scientist Address: 2409 EECS Phone: (734) 647-3984 Email: Degree: PhD Research Interests: Microsystems, magnetoelastic sensors and actuators, smart medical devices (implants and surgical tools), microdischarge devices (including miniature and microfabricated sputter ion pumps, fabrication and bonding processes for use of non-standard microsystem materials such as bulk metals.
Jessy W Grizzle Website Meet the Faculty Video Division: ECE Title: Jerry W. and Carol L. Levin Professor of Electrical Engineering; Professor of Mechanical Engineering Address: 4421 EECS Phone: (734) 763-3598 Fax: (734) 763-8041 Email: Degree: Ph.D. U-Texas Austin Research Interests: Analysis and feedback control of nonlinear systems; Control of bipedal robot locomotion; Automotive safety systems. Research Areas: Control Systems; Robotics and Computer Vision; Energy Science and Engineering. Areas of Specialty: Modeling and Control of Automotive Powertrain Systems; Nonlinear Control; Bipedal Robot Locomotion; Power/Energy Systems Analysis, Optimization and Control; Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicles; Cyber-Physical Systems.
YuanFang Guan Website Division: CSE Title: Assistant Professor, Dept of Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics; Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Dept Address: 2035 Palmer Commons Phone: 734-764-0018 Email: Degree: PhD, Princeton
L. Jay Guo Website Meet the Faculty Video Division: ECE Title: Professor, EECS, Macromolecular Science & Eng., ME Address: 2304 EECS Phone: (734) 647-7718 Fax: (734) 763-9324 Email: Degree: Ph.D. University of Minnesota Research Interests: Polymer-based photonic devices and sensor applications, organic and hybrid photovoltaics, plasmonic nanophotonics/metamaterials, nanomanufacturing technologies and applications. Research Areas: Optics and Photonics; Solid-State Devices and Nanotechnology. Areas of Specialty: Optoelectronics; Biophotonics; Nanotechnology and Nanofabrication.