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FACULTY AND STAFF DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Presented to the: EE 1001 Introduction to Electrical Engineering Class by Stan Burns Professor and Head Department of Electrical Engineering Fall Semester 2017 29 August 2017 Updated 29 August 2017


Stan Burns , Ph.D, P.E. Professor and Department Head Electrical Engineering Professor and ECE Department Head (1998-2007) SCSE Associate Dean, 2007-2011 Jack Rowe Chair (2011-2013) B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. in E.E. Univ. of Wisconsin Madison Expertise in microelectronics, semiconductor device processing, analog circuit design, instrumentation Senior Life Member IEEE, Member ASEE Registered Professional Engineer in Minnesota and Iowa


Teaching Interests: EE 1001 Introduction to Electrical Engineering EE 2212 Electronics I (Analog Electronic Circuit Design) EE 4611 Introduction to Solid State Semiconductors Student Projects: FIRST Robotics (UMD Representative, State Planning Committee), Senior Design Tau Beta Pi Co-Advisor Research Interests Microelectronics Processing and Analog Circuit Design. Biomedical Instrumentation Registered Professional Engineer (P.E.) in MN and IA Senior and Life Member of the IEEE Member American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE)


Drowning Worms-Cottage Time Watercolor (Trying) Acoustic Guitar and Piano (Trying) Vintage Watches, Repair and Restore Amateur Radio License NØGA History of Science and Engineering


Jing Bai Associate Professor, Director of Graduate Studies in EE Ph.D. in ECE. from Georgia Tech, 2007 Joined UMD ECE in Fall 2007 Expertise in Nano-scale optoelectronic devices and non-linear optics Member IEEE, OSA (Optical Society of America), APS (American Physical Society)


Research and Teaching Interests Research Interests ─ Nanoscale optoelectronic devices Nanoscale lasers Nanoscale solar cells Biomedical sensors Teaching EE 2006 Electric Circuit Analysis (offered spring and fall) EE 5611 Microelectronics Technology (offered fall) EE8001 Graduate Professional Communication Seminar EE 4611 (Taught until S’12, Prof. Burns is now teaching this course) Contact Information Please visit Dr. Bai’s website: http://www.d.umn.edu/~jingbai/ for contact information


Chris Carroll Associate Professor UMD ECE Since 1988 B.S. from Ga Tech, M.S.E.E. and Ph.D. in C.S. California Institute of Technology Expertise in digital systems and microprocessor and microcontroller applications Member ASEE


Courses Taught: Digital logic (EE 1315) Microcomputer systems (EE 2325) Digital systems (EE 4341) Design workshop (EE 4951) Square dancing (PE 1304) Dr. Carroll: Teaching & Research Hobbies Piano (ragtime, popular) Travel (been to 50 states, 8 countries) Clarinet (Twin Ports Wind Orchestra) Model trains (HO and N guage) Square dancing (calling, dancing)Standing atop the launch doors of a 1960’s nuclear missile silo from the cold war Oklahoma


Office: MWAH 189E Phone: (218) 726-6153 Email: chen1557@d.umn.edu Web: http://www.d.umn.edu/eeXiaogang Chen, Laboratory Services CoordinatorBSME from Dalian Jiaotong University in China MSEE from University of Minnesota Duluth in May 2011 15 years of engineering experience in the heavy mechanical engineering systems Xiaogang joined the UMD EE Department as a lab services coordinator, January Provides equipment maintenance and support for computer systems and hardware laboratories, which facilitate on-site learning experiences for EE students. Student Lab Technician Job Opening 319680


Tom Ferguson, P.E. Adjunct Faculty Vice-President Minnesota Power (Retired) Chair ECE External Advisory Committee Through 2005 Expertise in Power Systems, Alternative Energy, Telecommunications Registered Professional Engineer


Tom Ferguson, P.E. Background: BEE and MSEE from University of Minnesota – Twin Cities 30 years in electric utility industry Consultant; Expert Witness Technical Interests: High voltage transmission grid, blackouts, power system operations RF antenna modeling, design, and construction RF wave propagation Courses: EE 5477 – Antennas and Transmission Lines EE 5501 – Energy Conversion Systems Other Interests: History, geology, piano, amateur radio


Mohammed Hasan Associate Professor UMD ECE since 1997 M.S.E.E. And Ph.D. in E.E. and Applied Mathematics, Colorado State Univ. Expertise in signal processing, modeling and estimation of random processes, and electromagnetic fields


  Dr. Mohammed A Hasan   I have been with the EE department since Fall 1997 Recent Classes I Taught:   EE 2006: Circuit Analysis EE 3445: Electromagnetics EE 5741: Digital Signal Processing EE 5742: Pattern Recognition EE 8741: Digital Image Processing EE 8742: Signal Detection and Estimation   In these courses I emphasize solving technical problems and visualization of results Using Matlab, or Mathematica. Many Matlab toolboxes are available on most Labs Computers.    


Research Interests Mainly Include the Following Fields:   1. Signal Processing 2. Image Processing 3. Pattern Recognition: Face & Voice Recognition, Signature Identification,… Biometrics 4. Scientific Computation 5. Unsupervised learning theory, Principal component analysis (PCA), Independent component analysis (ICA), Kernel Methods UROP: The Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program creates research partnerships between undergraduate students and faculty. In EE, many students and faculty researchers are engaged in research partnerships every year.  


Imran Hayee Professor UMD ECE Since Fall 2004 Ph.D. in E.E. University of Southern California, Los Angeles (1998) Industrial experience at Tyco Submarine Systems (Formerly Bell laboratories), and with two startups-Corvis and Opvista Expertise in communications systems, optical communications, and vehicle to vehicle communictions


EE 1001 - Introduction to EE (Faculty Introduction)Name Dr. Imran Hayee Office 278 MWAH Phone 218 726 6743 Email ihayee@d.umn.edu EE 2111 Signals and SystemsEE 5765 Modern Communication


Research – Vehicle to Vehicle CommunicationAutonomous CarV2V Communication


Taek Mu Kwon Professor and Assistant Department Head UMD ECE Since 1988 M.S. and Ph.D. in E.E. from Florida Institute of Technology Expertise in neural networks and fuzzy controllers, digital signal processing, computer networks, intelligent traffic sensors


Dr. Taek M. KwonCourses EE 4305 Computer Architecture EE 5315 Multiprocessor-Based System Design EE 4321 Computer Networks EE 5801 Neural Networks Current Research Wireless sensor networks Weigh-in-motion systems Intersection conflict warning systems Hardware-in-loop real-time testing systems


Wireless Sensor Mesh Network for Vehicle Tracking and MonitoringChevrolet MetroFord Taurus


Rural Intersection Conflict Warning System Lismore/Lakewood Rd


Desineni “Subbaram” Naidu Jack Rowe Endowed Chair & Professor in EE (Aug. 2014-present) M.Tech. & Ph.D. in EE (Control Systems)-Ind. Inst. of Tech (IIT) 2014-1990: Idaho State University (ISU) 2013-10: Director, School of Engineering, ISU 2008-Sprng: Universities of southern & Western Australia 2005-Summer: Swiss Federal Inst. of Tech., Zurich, Switzerland 2004 -Summer: Norwegian Univ. of Sci. & Tech, Trondheim 1998-2009: Associate Dean, College of Engineering, ISU 1998-99: US Air Force Research Lab, WPAFB, OH 1985-90: NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA Life Fellow IEEE


Desineni “Subbaram” Naidu Contact Information Office: 273 MWAH; Ph: 218-726-6531 Email: naiduds@isu.edu; URL: http://www.d.umn.edu/~dsnaidu Teaching Interests EE5161: Linear State Space Control Systems EE8151: Linear Systems & Optimal Control EE4991: Independent Study EE8777: Masters Thesis EE5533: Grid: Resiliency, Efficiency, and Technology (GREaT) Research Interests Optimal, Nonlinear and Intelligent Control, Time Scales in Control Theory and Applications – Aerospace, Electrical, Energy, Grid, Biomedical Engineering & Smart Prosthetic Hand, Industrial Control Cyber Security and Resilient Control Systems


Scott Norr, P.E. Adjunct Faculty Instructor Industrial experience in power systems and power electronics Teaches a lecture and laboratory course in power systems and lecture and laboratory courses in digital circuit design Registered Professional Engineer IEEE Student Branch Advisor and Liaison With Arrowhead Section


Scott’s CoursesFall: EE 2006 – Circuit Analysis EE 4501 – Power Systems EE 4951 – Senior Design Workshop Spring: EE 4501 – Power Systems EE 4951 – Senior Design Workshop Faculty Advisor: IEEE Student Branch at UMD (www.ieee.org) UMD Robotics Club (bulldoglink.d.umn.edu/organization/umdrobotics)

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