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Prof. Kamal Sarabandi, Director
3228 EECS Bldg.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2122
PH: 734-936-1575

Michelle Chapman, Administrator
3231 EECS Bldg.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2122
PH: 734-763-2273

Faculty

Kamal Sarabandi
Center Director
Prof. of EECS, Univ. of Michigan
Fellow, IEEE, Member of NASA Advisory Council
Director of the Radiation Laboratory
The first λ/20 highly-efficient antenna; The first ceramic stereolithorgraphy RF Front-end; The first meta-material-enabled miniaturized super-directive antenna array. Will develop miniaturized reconfigurable antennas, mmw-radar.
 
Khalil Najafi
Center Deputy Director, Navigation Team Leader
Prof. of EECS, Univ. of Michigan
Fellow, IEEE
Director of the MI Ntl Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network
The first micromachined gas micropump
The first wafer-level environment resisitant packaging technology
The first long-term, multi-channel,wireless neural recorder
 
Joe Giachino
Technology Transition Leader
Director of External Programs, EECS Dept, Univ. of Michigan
Fellow, IEEE
First commercial use of a bulk silicon micromachined capacitive sensor
Silicon Micromachined Nozzles
The Henry Ford Technology Award
 
Michel Maharbiz
Power Generation Team Leader
Asst. Prof. of ECE, Universiy of California Berkeley
A pioneer in applying microelectronics techniques to live-cell culture and control
Design and fabrication of biomimetic motion-generation devices
Transpiration-based power generation
 
Michael Flynn
Communication Team Leader
Assoc. Prof. of EECS Dept, Univ. of Michigan
Senior Member, IEEE
NSF Research Center for Wireless Integrated Microsystems: Wireless Thrust Leader
NSF Early Career Award; Bio-inspired ADC and tranceiver architectures
Analog/Digital Converters
 
Ken Wise
Sensors Team Leader
Prof. of EECS Dept, Univ. of Michigan
Fellow, IEEE; member National Acadamy of Engineering
Director, Center for Wireless Integrated Microsystems
First integrated gas chromatograph; first pressure sensor with on-chip readout circuitry; developed the dissolved-wafer process (used commercially for pressure sensors, accelerometers, and gyros); first high-resolution tactile imagers
 
Denis Sylvester
Processing Team Leader
Assoc. Prof. of EECS Dept, Univ. of Michigan
Designed the world’s most energy efficient microprocessor
Developed first deep subthreshold static RAM based on a dense modified 6-transistor bit cell
Semiconductor Research Corporation Inventor Recognition Award
 
David Blaauw
Processing Team
Assoc. Prof. of EECS Dept, Univ. of Michigan
Developed, fabricated and tested the first microcontroller with power consumption in the nW range using subthreshold circuit design techniques.
Developed, fabricated and tested the first 6T SRAM cell capable of operating below 200mV supply voltage without compromising robustness.
 
Jack East
Sensors Team
Research Scientist in EECS, Univ. of Michigan
Fellow, IEEE
mm-wave devices
 
Yogesh Gianchandani
Sensors Team
Prof. of EECS/ME DEpt, Univ. of Michigan
The first micro-discharge based sensors for chemical analysis of water
The first micromachined Knudsen pump (a thermo-molecular gas pump)
The first radiation sensors with in-situ wireless signaling in the ultra-wideband spectrum radiation sensor and packaging
 
George Haddad
Advisor
Emeritus Prof. of EECS, Univ. of Michigan
Fellow, IEEE; Millenium medal
Member, National Academy of Engineering
mm-wave devices
 
Luke Lester
Power Generation Team
Assoc. Prof. of ECE Dept, Univ. of New Mexico
Senior Member, IEEE
Associate Director-Center for High Technology Materials
Pioneer in quantum dot lasers with lowest report threshold current density (13 A/cm^2) and smallest linewidth enhancement factor(0.1) of any semiconductor laser (2000).
Designed and fabricated teh highest speed transistor at the time.
Quantum-Dot Solar Cells Fellow, IEEE
mm-wave devices
 
Kevin Malloy
Power Generation Team
Prof. of ECE Dept, Univ. of New Mexico
Associate Dean for Research, School of Engineering, Univ. of Mexico
Quantum-Dot Solar Cells
 
Amir Mortazawi
Communications Team
Prof. of EECS Dept, Univ. of Michigan
Fellow, IEEE
BST-based RF circuits and devices
 
Clark Nguyen
Communications Team
Prof. of EECS Univ. of California at Berkeley
Director of the Berkeley Sensor & Actuator Center
Pioneer of vibrating RF MEMS technology for high-Q resonators;
Developed first VHF micromechanical filter and mixer-filter devices
RF Microelectromechanical Systems
 
Leland Pierce
Sensors Team
Associate Research Scientist in EECS Dept, Univ. of Michigan
Senior Member, IEEE
Radar and optical image processing, image understanding
Liason to Control and Signal Processing Centers
 
Fawwaz Ulaby
Advisor
Prof. of EECS, Univ. of Michigan
Fellow, IEEE; Member, National Academy of Engineering
Former Vice President for Research, University of Michigan
First demonstration of 3-D Bistatic Synthetic Aperature Radar
Recipient of 2006 IEEE Thomas Edison Medal
radar architecture
 
Stephen R. Forrest
Power Generation Team
Prof. of EECS, Materials Sci., Physics, Univ. of Michigan
Fellow, IEEE, OSA
Vice President for Research, University of Michigan
Quantum-dot solar cells