Applied Electromagnetics & Acoustics

Electromagnetic and acoustic waves are at the heart of countless innovative technologies and scientific tools for applications in wireless communications, remote sensing, Internet of Things, wireless networks, medical imaging, healthcare, security, and defense. UW-Madison ECE faculty and students in this area are known internationally for their research advances in antennas, phased-array systems, metamaterials, microwaves/millimeter-wave/THz systems, wave propagation through media and channels, high-power microwave sources and amplifiers, vacuum electronics, wireless power transfer, computational electromagnetics, RF/microwave/ultrasonic medical imaging and remote sensing, non-destructive testing, therapeutic and diagnostic applications of RF/microwaves/acoustics, bioelectromagnetics, ab initio calculations and measurements of dielectric properties of materials at the nanoscale, and micron-sized particle accelerators.

David Anderson

Position title: Jim and Anne Sorden Professor

Nader Behdad

Position title: McFarland-Bascom Professor

John Booske

Position title: Duane H. and Dorothy M. Bluemke Professor, Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor

Susan C. Hagness

Position title: Philip Dunham Reed Professor

William N. Hitchon

Position title: Professor

Daniel Ludois

Position title: Jean van Bladel Associate Professor

Chu Ma

Position title: Assistant Professor, Grainger Institute Fellow

Paul H. Milenkovic

Position title: Associate Professor

Daniel van der Weide

Position title: Professor

Andreas Velten

Position title: Assistant Professor

Zongfu Yu

Position title: Jack St. Clair Kilby Associate Professor (On Sabbatical Leave)