Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science; Ph.D., University of Michigan, 2001. Computer architecture, 3D stacking, mobiquitous computing.
EEB 232, (213) 740-3299, email@example.com
Michael A. Arbib
University Professor, Professor of Electrical Engineering, Fletcher Jones Professor of Computer Science, Professor of Biological Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, Neuroscience, and Psychology; Ph.D., MIT, 1963. Neural networks, brain theory, neuroinformatics, neural simulation, visuomotor coordination. HNB 03, (213) 740-9220, firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering and Electrical Engineering; Ph.D., California Institute of Technology, 2007. Optical biological and chemical sensors; integration of microfluidics.
VHE 712, (213) 740-4428, email@example.com
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering; Ph.D., UC Berkeley, 2008. Information theory, the theory of communications, and their applications such as wireless networks.
EEB 526, firstname.lastname@example.org
Peter A. Beerel
Associate Professor; Ph.D., Stanford University, 1994. Design, synthesis, analysis, and formal verification of mixed asynchronous and synchronous architectures.
EEB 350, (213) 740-4481, email@example.com
Associate Professor of Engineering Practice; Ph.D., University of Southern California, 1995. Power system design and analysis, grid reliability planning, renewable energy resources, smart-grid development, electric vehicle grid integration, electric power distribution.
EEB 200A, (213) 740-6433, firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Lecturer of Electrical Engineering and Electrophysics
PHE 430, (213) 740-4711, email@example.com
Mike S.W. Chen
Assistant Professor; Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, 2006. Analog and mixed-signal integrated circuits; digital signal processing techniques; wireless and wireline communication systems design and implementation; circuits for emerging applications.
PHE 622, (213) 740-4691, firstname.lastname@example.org
Keith M. Chugg
Professor; Ph.D., USC, 1995. iterative detection, coding and modulation, and algorithm-architecture trade-offs for digital hardware implementation.
EEB 500A, (213)740-7294, email@example.com
P. Daniel (Dan) Dapkus
William M. Keck Distinguished Professor of Engineering, Professor of Electrical Engineering, Physics and Astronomy; Ph.D., U. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 1970. Photonics, MOCVD & III-V materials vertical cavity surface emitting lasers.
VHE 314, (213) 740-4414, firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor; Ph.D., Purdue, 1982. Computer architecture, microarchitecture, memory systems, multiprocessor architectures, server design, performance evaluation of computer architecture.
EEB 228, (213) 740-4475, email@example.com
Dina Reda El-Damak
WiSE Gabilan Assistant Professor; Ph.D., MIT, 2015. Energy Harvesting, Power Management Circuits, Autonomous Systems, Ultra-low power biomedical devices, circuit design in emerging technologies.
PHE 620, (213) 740-4692, firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering; Ph.D., University of Southern California, 2002. Signal Processing with an emphasis on human-generated signals.
EEB 428 email@example.com
Professor of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering; Ph.D., UCLA, 1995. Internet-based computing, multimedia systems, and computer systems modeling and performance evaluation.
SAL 226, (213) 740-4524, firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor of Electrical Engineering, Physics and Astronomy; Ph.D., USC, 1972. Quantum electronics; pulsed power; applied plasma science.
SSC 421, (213) 740-4396, email@example.com
Sandeep K. Gupta
Professor; Chair of Electrical Engineering-Systems; Ph.D., U of. Massachusetts, Amherst, 1991. Design for testability, test, and validation of high speed systems.
EEB 100A, (213) 740-2251, firstname.lastname@example.org
Justin P. Haldar
Assistant Professor; Ph.D., UIUC, 2011. Multidimensional Signal Processing, Biomedical Imaging, Neuroimaging, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Constrained Image Reconstruction, Signal Modeling, Inverse Problems, Parameter Estimation, Experiment Design.
EEB 442, (213) 740-2358 email@example.com
Professor; Ph.D., Caltech, 2003. Analog, radio frequency, microwave, and millimeter wave integrated circuits and systems. Optical integrated circuits and systems
PHE 616, (213) 740-3596 firstname.lastname@example.org
Robert W. Hellwarth
Professor; D.Phil., Oxford, 1955. Quantum electronics; nonlinear optics; design and employment of lasers to aid a variety of practical and scientific efforts, from adaptive optics for astronomy to electro-optic modulators for communications.
(213) 740-4380, email@example.com
Professor of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering; Ph.D., U of Wisconsin, 1970. Software development, software engineering, computer-based instruction, World Wide Web/Internet and collaboration.
SAL 320, (213) 740-8056, firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science; Ph.D., UC, Berkeley, 1972. Parallel/cluster/grid/distributed computing, scalable computer architecture, intranet and internet security, metacomputing and supercomputing systems.
EEB 212, (213) 740-4470, email@example.com
A.V. “Bal” Balakrishnan Chair, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering; Ph.D., U of Illinois, Urbana Champaign, 1982. Control systems and applications, intelligent transportation systems.
EEB 200B, (213) 740-4452, firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering and Electrical Engineering; Ph.D., MIT. Stochastic subsurface description and modeling, sparse/compact representation and estimation methods, inverse modeling and uncertainty quantification, field development optimization, applied signal processing.
HED 313, (213) 740-2228, email@example.com
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Industrial and Systems Engineering; Ph.D., UC Berkeley, 2004. Communication Networks; Network Economics and Game Theory; Stochastic Control and Learning.
EEB 328, (213) 740-2246, firstname.lastname@example.org
B. Keith Jenkins
Professor; Ph.D., USC, 1984. 3-D photonic multichip modules for computation and vision, volume holography and diffractive optical elements, multidimensional, neural networks and early vision systems.
EEB 404A, (213) 740-4149, email@example.com
Edmond A. Jonckheere
Professor of Electrical Engineering and Mathematics; Ph.D., USC, 1978. Topological methods in robust control, control of chaos, and propulsion controlled aircraft.
EEB 306, (213) 740-4457, firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor of Electrical Engineering – Systems. Ph.D., UC Santa Barbara, 2004. Control theory and applications, design of controller architectures, design of large-scale networks.
EEB 324, email@example.com
Rehan R. Kapadia
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering – Electrophysics. Photonics, Energy Harvesting and Generation, Next-generation logic components, Novel Materials Growth Techniques.
PHE 626, (213) 821-0845, firstname.lastname@example.org
Eun Sok Kim
Professor; Chair of Electrical Engineering-Electrophysics; Ph.D., UC, Berkeley, 1990. Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), integrated transducers, microfabrication technology, device physics, ultrasonics and materials study.
PHE 612, (213) 740-4697, email@example.com
Professor of Electrical Engineering and Law; Ph.D., UC, Irvine. Adaptive systems, fuzzy theory, neural networks, bio-computing, nonlinear signal processing, intelligent agents, smart materials, stochastic resonance.
EEB 438, (213) 740-6242, firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science; Ming Hsieh Faculty Fellow in Electrical Engineering; PhD, Cornell University, 2002. Analysis and design of wireless ad-hoc and sensor networks.
RTH 410, 213-821-2528, email@example.com
Associate Professor; Ph.D., USC, 1993. Immersive audio environments, adaptive audio signal processing, virtual microphones, virtual loudspeakers, 3D HDTV.
EEB 432, (213) 740-8600, firstname.lastname@example.org
Richard M. Leahy
Professor of Electrical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, and Radiology; Ph.D., University of Newcastle, 1984. Biomedical signal and image processing for anatomical and functional imaging with applications in neuroimaging, oncology, and gene expression.
EEB 400C, (213) 740-4659, email@example.com
Anthony F. J. Levi
Professor; Ph.D., Cambridge University, 1983. Scaling of ultra-fast electronic and photonic devices. System-level integration of advanced optoelectronic technologies.
KAP 132, (213) 740-7318, firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor of Electrical Engineering and Chemistry; Ph.D., Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1997. Dynamics and control of open quantum systems, quantum computers.
SSC 609, (213) 740-0198, email@example.com
William C. Lindsey
Professor; Ph.D., Purdue, 1962. Adaptive coded modulation, channel characterization, PCS communications, satellite communications, smart modems/antennas, positioning systems.
EEB 510, (213) 740-4675, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jia Grace Lu
Professor of Physics and Electrical Engineering; Ph.D., Harvard University, 1997. Nanoelectronics, mesoscopic physics, charge and spin transport in low dimensional systems.
SSC 215B, (213) 821-4328, email@example.com
Vasilis Z. Marmarelis
Professor of Biomedical and Electrical Engineering; Ph.D., Caltech, 1976. Modeling of nonlinear and non-stationary physiological systems and signals.
DRB 160, (213) 740-0841, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jerry M. Mendel
Professor; Ph.D., Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, 1963. Uncertain rule-based fuzzy logic systems applied to a wide range of applications.
EEB 400B, (213) 740-4445, email@example.com
Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Electrical Engineering; Ph.D., California Institute of Technology, 2004. BioMEMS, microfluidics, lab-on-a-chip, microsystem integration and packaging, world-to-chip interfacing, cell-to-chip interfacing, implantable biomedical microdevices.
DRB 159, (213) 740-6952, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dean’s Professor of Electrical Engineering; Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science; Ph.D., Princeton University, 1994. Multi-user spread-spectrum systems, space-time coding, communication theory, wireless resource allocation, ultra wideband communications, sensor networks.
EEB 536, (213) 740-4667, email@example.com
Professor; Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1991, Champaign, IL. Radar systems, remote sensing, environmental sensing, medical imaging, focused microwave therapy systems, inverse scattering, subsurface sensing.
PHE 634, (213) 740-4712, firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor; Ph.D., Technical University Vienna (Austria), 1994. Ultrawideband communications and geolocation, wireless propagation channels, multiple-antenna systems, and cooperative communications.
EEB 530, (213) 740-4670, email@example.com
Shrikanth S. (Shri) Narayanan
Andrew Viterbi Professor of Engineering; Professor of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Linguistics, Pediatrics, and Psychology; Ph.D., UCLA, 1995. Signals and systems modeling with an interdisciplinary emphasis on speech, audio, language, multimodal and biomedical signal and information processing.
EEB 430, (213) 740-6432, firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor of Electrical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Radiology, and Medicine; Ph.D., Stanford University, 2001. Medical Imaging, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Image Reconstruction.
EEB 406, (213) 740-3494, email@example.com
Assistant Professor; Ph.D., University of Michigan, 2011. Decentralized stochastic systems, stochastic control, sensing and communication systems, decentralized control, game theory and mechanism design, electric power systems.
EEB 326, (213) 740-2353, firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Professor of Engineering Practice; Ph.D., University of Southern California, 2006. VLSI design, functional and timing verification.
EEB 340, (213) 740-4653, email@example.com
Professor of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering; Ph.D., University of North Carolina, 1993. Computer graphics, visualization, tracking for augmented reality, 3D modeling, rendering and animation.
PHE 402, (213) 740-4489, firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering; Ph.D., Stanford University, 1975. Computer vision, robotics, artificial intelligence, computer graphics and image processing, pattern recognition.
PHE 202, (213) 740-6427, email@example.com
Assistant Professor; Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, 2015. Methodologies and tools for the design of cyber-physical systems and mixed-signal systems; contracts, interfaces, and compositional methods for embedded system design.
EEB 346, (213) 740-9079, firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor and Executive Vice Dean for Engineering, Louise L. Dunn Endowed Professorship in Engineering; Ph.D., Caltech, 1997. Nanofabricated photonic devices; modeling and fabrication of photonic bandgap crystals for use in microcavity semiconductor lasers.
OHE 200, (213) 740-0145, email@example.com
Alice C. Parker
Professor; Ph.D., North Carolina State, 1975. Biomimetic Real-Time Cortex, neuromorphic circuits, bionanotechnology, artificial retina, carbon nanotube neural circuits.
EEB 348, (213) 740-4476, firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor; Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, 1991. Low power electronics; Power-aware computing and communication; Smart battery systems; Noise analysis and control; Integrated logical and physical design.
EEB 300B, (213) 740-4458, email@example.com
Associate Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2004. Nanophotonics, photonic crystals, metamaterials, nano-optomechanics.
PHE 614, (213) 740-8682, firstname.lastname@example.org
Viktor K. Prasanna
Charles Lee Powell Chair in Engineering; Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science; Ph.D., Penn State, 1983. Parallel and distributed systems, embedded systems, configurable architectures, high performance computing, cloud computing, semantic web, and social network analysis
EEB 200, (213) 740-4483, email@example.com
Aluizio Prata Jr.
Associate Professor; Ph.D., USC, 1990. Applied electromagnetics; applications of electromagnetic theory to microwave, millimeter-wave, infrared, and optical passive devices and antennas.
PHE 618, (213) 740-4704, firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science; Ph.D., Stanford University, 2002. Modelling, design, and performance analysis of computer networks, sensor and mobile systems, and the web. Design of methods and algorithms to solve problems related to such systems.
RTH 409, 213-740-4453, email@example.com
S. Joe Qin
Vice Dean for Academic Initiatives (East Asia and China); Professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, Electrical Engineering, and Industrial and Systems Engineering; Ph.D., University of Maryland, 1992. Model Predictive Control and Performance Assessment; Process Monitoring and Fault Diagnosis Modeling and System Identification.
HED 211, (213) 740-0317, firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering; Ph.D., University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 2013. Multicore and parallel computer architecture. Architectural support for programming productivity. Debugging support for large-scale HPC and distributed applications.
EEB 204, (213) 740-4459, email@example.com
Cauligi S. Raghavendra
Vice Dean for Global Academic Initiatives, USC Viterbi School of Engineering; Ph.D., UCLA, 1982. Parallel and distributed computing, routing, multicasting, and QoS in computer networks, energy efficient protocols for wireless and sensor networks, and active networks.
EEB 216, (213) 740-9133, firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Professor of Engineering Practice; M.S., USC, 2001. Reconfigurable computing, high-performance computing, digital logic design and computer organization.
EEB 222, (213) 740-6006, email@example.com
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science; Ph.D. in Computer Science, 2006, University of California, Berkeley. Fault-tolerant quantum computing, quantum algorithms, quantum cryptography.
EEB 528, (213) 740-7229, firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Electrical Engineering; Ph.D., University of California, Santa Barbara, 2007. Control and Optimization tools for: Complex Dynamical Networks, Multi-agent Systems, Humans-in-loop Systems.
KAP 254A, (213) 740-0670, email@example.com
Alexander A. (Sandy) Sawchuk
Leonard M. Silverman Chair; Professor; Ph.D., Stanford University, 1972. Optical computing, interconnections, networks, data storage systems; digital image processing, multimedia systems; wireless health, body area networks, multimodal sensing and pattern recognition.
EEB 404B, (213) 740-4622, firstname.lastname@example.org
Robert A. Scholtz
Fred H. Cole Professor of Engineering; Ph.D., Stanford University, 1964. Communication theory, spread-spectrum techniques, ultra-wideband radio, pseudo-noise generation, applications to communication and radar systems.
EEB 500B, (213) 740-7327, email@example.com
Professor of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering; Ph.D., University of Southern California, 1996. Geospatial and multidimensional data management.
PHE 306A, (213) 740-8162, firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering; Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, 2014. Statistical learning, machine learning, large-scale data analysis , signal processing, and optimization.
EEB 422, (213) 740-4456, email@example.com
Gaurav S. Sukhatme
Professor of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering; Ph.D., University of Southern California, 1997. Networked robots, multi-robot systems, sensor/actuator networks, mobile sensing and applications to aquatic exploration and monitoring.
RTH 405, (213) 740-0218, firstname.lastname@example.org
Armand R. Tanguay Jr.
Professor; Ph.D., Yale, 1977. Optical materials, thin films, optical and photonic devices, smart cameras, hybrid electronic/photonic multilayer retinas and neural networks, and VLSI-neural interfaces.
SSC 520, (213) 740-4403, email@example.com
Alan E. Willner
Professor; Ph.D., Columbia, 1988. High-speed optical fiber communication systems, with emphasis on optical amplification and wavelength-division-multiplexed technologies and networks.
EEB 538, (213) 740-4664, firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Professor; Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, 2015. Stochastic control, dynamic games, and optimization in systems and control, with applications to Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS), the Internet of Things (IoT) and energy systems.
EEB 316, (213) 740-2351, email@example.com
Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering and Electrical Engineering; Ph.D., MIT, 2006. Nano/microstructured materials, solid state lighting, and sensor technologies; 3D heterogeneous integration of high performance semiconductor devices; Top-down and bottom-up nanolithography.
VHE 718, (213) 740-4340, firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor; Ph.D., Yale University, 1999. Nanotechnology, nanoelectronics, and bionanotechnology; synthesis and applications of carbon nanotubes and nanowires; solar energy conversion; MEMS and bioMEMs.
RTH 511, (213) 740-4708, email@example.com