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Faculty

imageYaser Abu-Mostafa
Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Summary | Research Group |
Computational finance, learning from examples and hints, machine learning, neural networks, statistical learning theory
imageJehoshua (Shuki) Bruck
Gordon and Betty Moore Professor of Computation and Neural Systems and Electrical Engineering
Summary | Research Group | | TEDxCaltech
Distributed computing, fault-tolerant computing, wireless systems, computation in neural and biological systems
imageVenkat Chandrasekaran
Assistant Professor of Computing and Mathematical Sciences and Electrical Engineering
Summary | Research Group |
Professor Chandrasekaran's focus is on the development of convex optimization methods for challenging tasks in statistics and signal processing.
imageHyuck Choo
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering
Summary | Research Group |
Micro-/nano-scale optics, nanophotonics, micro-/nano-scale imaging, biomedical sensing.
imageJohn C. Doyle
Jean-Lou Chameau Professor of Control and Dynamical Systems, Electrical Engineering, and Bioengineering
Summary | Research Group |
Integrating modeling, ID, analysis and design of uncertain nonlinear systems
imageMichelle Effros
George Van Osdol Professor of Electrical Engineering
Summary | Research Group |
Data compression, information theory, communications, networks
imageCharles Elachi
Professor of Electrical Engineering and Planetary Science; Vice President; Director of Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Summary | JPL Biography |
imageAzita Emami
Professor of Electrical Engineering
Summary | Research Group |
High-performance integrated circuits and systems.
imageAli Hajimiri
Thomas G. Myers Professor of Electrical Engineering
Summary | Research Group |
The Micro-Electronics Group does research on high-speed and RF integrated circuits for wideband communications.
imageBabak Hassibi
Gordon M. Binder/Amgen Professor of Electrical Engineering; Executive Officer for Electrical Engineering
Summary | Research Group |
Hassibi's research is in communications, information theory, signal processing, and control. He is currently most interested in various information-theoretic and algorithmic aspects of wireless communications, especially wireless networks.
imageTracey Ho
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Summary | Research Group |
Ho's research interests are at the intersection of information theory, networking, and machine learning. She is particularly interested in the theoretical and practical implications of generalizing network behavior from routing/forwarding to network coding. Her previous and ongoing work considers routing, compression, reliability, coordination, and security in distributed network operation.
imageVictoria Kostina
Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering
Summary | Research Group |
Information theory, theory of random processes, coding theory, communications
imageSteven Low
Professor of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
Summary| Research Group |
Communication and cyber-physical networks such as the Internet
and power networks. Current research focuses on all aspects of
smart grids, energy efficiency, and network architecture.
imagePietro Perona
Allen E. Puckett Professor and Professor of Electrical Engineering
Summary | Research Group |
Computational foundations of vision; psychophysics and modeling of the human visual system; applications of computer vision to vehicle navigation, human-machine interfaces, multimedia, automated image analysis.
imageDavid Rutledge
Kiyo and Eiko Tomiyasu Professor of Engineering
Summary | Research Group |
Research areas include RF, microwave, and millimeter-wave integrated circuits, antennas, power amplifiers, and quasi-optical power combining. The RF and microwave group is the home of Puff 2.1, a microwave CAD and linear simulator, that has sold over 30,000 copies. Rutledge is the author of "The Electronics of Radio", an introductory text in analog electronics for undergraduate students and the amateur radio community.
imageAxel Scherer
Bernard A. Neches Professor of Electrical Engineering, Applied Physics, and Physics; Co-Director, Kavli Nanoscience Institute
Summary | Research Group |
Advanced microfabrication techniques used to construct optical, magnetic, and microfluidic nanostructures. These structures are included in functional devices such as microcavity lasers and high density magnetic storage media.
imageYu-Chong Tai
Anna L. Rosen Professor of Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering; Executive Officer for Medical Engineering
Summary | Research Group |
Micromachined solid-state sensors and actuators
imageP. P. Vaidyanathan
Professor of Electrical Engineering
Summary | Research Group |
Digital signal processing
imageChanghuei Yang
Professor of Electrical Engineering, Bioengineering, and Medical Engineering
Summary | Research Group |
Biophotonics: focused on the development of novel tools that combine optics and microfluidics to tackle diagnostic and measurement problems in biomedicine. The major techniques under development include Optofluidic Microscopy (OFM), Turbidity Suppression by Optical Phase Conjugation (TSOPC), and Coherence Domain Probing System.
imageAmnon Yariv
Martin and Eileen Summerfield Professor of Applied Physics and Professor of Electrical Engineering
Summary | Research Group |
The theoretical and technological underpinning of optical communication. Present projects include: new types of semiconductor lasers, optical phase-lock systems and coherent photonics, hybrid Si/III-V devices for lasers, detectors and modulation, "Slow" light propagation in artificial periodic dielectric waveguides.

Emeritus Faculty

imageWilliam B. Bridges
Carl F Braun Professor of Engineering, Emeritus
Selected Publications |
Microwave and millimeter-wave photonic links for communication.
imageThomas Everhart
Professor of Electrical Engineering and Applied Physics, Emeritus; President, Emeritus
imageRobert J. McEliece
Allen E. Puckett Professor and Professor of Electrical Engineering
Research Group | Selected Publications |
Information theory, error-control codes (including iterative decoding algorithms), graphical models for probabilistic inference, fast distributive algorithms, communications.
imageMarc Aurele Nicolet
Professor of Electrical Engineering and Applied Physics, Emeritus
Selected Publications |
Solid-state device technology: thin-film processes and surface layer phenomena.

 

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