Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Building & Room:
851 S. Morgan St, Chicago, IL 60607
Electromagnetics as applied to various physical and engineering problems
Miniaturized printed-circuit antennas using 3D metallization for wireless communications
Antenna and circuit applications of advanced artificial materials (metamaterials and EBG materials)
On-chip RF passive designs including inductors, transformers, baluns, and filters for RFIC, and RF interferences with electronics devices.
Elected 2000 with Citation “For Contribution to Wide-Band Ferrite Microstrip Antennas and Theory of Antennas on Periodic Structures.
Listed in “American Who’s Who in Science and Engineering”, 4th Edition, 1997
Ph.D. Electrical Engineering University of California, Los Angeles 1988
M.Sc. Electrical Engineering University of California, Los Angeles 1985
B.Sc. Electrical Engineering National Taiwan University, Taipei 1982