Charles M. Vest Distinguished University Professor; James R. Mellor Professor of EngineeringProfessor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceProfessor (courtesy), Applied PhysicsResearch Interests: Molecular beam epitaxy, low-dimensional quantum confined systems, quantum dot lasers and detectors, optoelectronic integrated circuits, spintronic devices.WebsiteEmail: Phone: (734) 763-6678Office: 2306 EECS
Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceResearch Interests: Quantum optics, hybrid quantum systems, cold atoms in optical tweezers, cavity QED, nanophotonics, integrated quantum systems, light-matter interactions, Rydberg mediated interactions, quantum simulation and quantum sensing.WebsiteEmail: Phone: (734) 763-7729Office: 3215 EECS
Harrison M Randall Collegiate Professor of PhysicsProfessor (courtesy), Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceEmail: Phone: 734-764-4437Office: 450 Church St.
Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceAssociate Professor (courtesy), Applied PhysicsResearch Interests: Research includes light-matter interaction in nanoscale systems and the development of low energy photonic and excitonic devices for applications in data communication and life sciences.WebsiteEmail: Phone: 734-647-3119Office: 3304 GG Brown
Fessler, Jeffrey A.
William L. Root Collegiate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceProfessor (courtesy), Applied Physics; Biomedical Engineering; Radiologyhe/him/hisResearch Interests: Statistical signal and image processing; Tomographic imaging; Parameter estimation; machine-learning methods for inverse problems.WebsiteVideoEmail: Phone: (734) 763-1434Office: 4431 EECS
Forrest, Stephen R.
Peter A. Franken Distinguished University Professor of Electrical Engineering; Paul G. Goebel Professor of EngineeringProfessor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceProfessor (courtesy), Physics; Materials Science & Engineering; Applied PhysicsResearch Interests: Organic Electronics, Photonic Integrated Circuits, Photonic MaterialsWebsiteVideoEmail: Phone: (734) 647-1147Office: 2238 EECS
Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceResearch Interests: High power ultrafast fiber lasers for nonlinear optics, high intensity laser-matter interactions, laser driven secondary-radiation such as gamma and x-ray sources, and laser acceleration of charged particles. Main emphasis of current research efforts is on developing a new generation of laser-plasma accelerator drivers that could enable high energy and brightness particle accelerators for future fundamental science experiments as well as for new applications in biology, medicine and material science.WebsiteEmail: Phone: (734) 615-7166Office: 6102 ERB I
Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science(starting FA23)Research Interests: Optoelectronic and photonic devices based on organic semiconductors, with applications that span solar energy conversion, solid-state lighting, lasers, and nonlinear optics.WebsiteEmail: Office: 1301 Beal Ave
Goldman, Rachel S.
Professor, Materials Science EngineeringProfessor (courtesy), Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceResearch Interests: My research involves investigations of structure-property relationships in thin films and heterostructures.WebsiteEmail: Phone: (734) 647-6821Office: 2094 H.H. Dow
Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceProfessor (courtesy), Applied PhysicsResearch Interests: Engineered electromagnetic structures (metamaterials, metasurfaces, electromagnetic band-gap materials, frequency selective surfaces), antennas, near-field radiation and localized waves, microwave circuits, plasmonics, optics, wireless power transmission systems, and analytical modeling in electromagnetics/optics.WebsiteVideoEmail: Phone: (734) 647-1797Office: 3238 EECS
Guo, L. Jay
Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceProfessor (courtesy), Applied Physics; Macromolecular Science & Engineering; Mechanical EngineeringResearch Interests: Polymer-based photonic sensors and photoacoustics, organic and hybrid photovoltaics and photodetectors, flexible transparent conductors, nanophotonics & structural colors, nanomanufacturing technologies and applications.WebsiteVideoEmail: Phone: (734) 647-7718Office: 2304 EECS
Islam, Mohammed N.
Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceProfessor of Internal Medicine and Biomedical Engineering (courtesy)Research Interests: Mid- and near-infrared laser sources and their applications in defense and healthcare. On the defense side, applications include infrared countermeasures, explosives detection, and active remote sensing. On the healthcare side, his research relates to using fiber lasers in cardiology, dentistry, non-invasive glucose monitoring and blood analyte measurements, and selective ablation of visceral fat for diabetes treatment.WebsiteVideoEmail: Phone: (734) 647-9700Office: 2401 EECS
Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceResearch Interests: Quantum optoelectronics, semiconductor quantum optics, quantum optics, condensed-matter theory, terahertz spectroscopy, many-body interactions, photon correlations, coherent and ultrafast phenomena, and cluster-expansion approach.WebsiteVideoEmail: Phone: 734-764-4640Office: 3116 ERB I
Krushelnick, Karl M.
Harry J. Gomberg Professor, Nuclear Engineering & Radiological ScienceProfessor (courtesy), Electrical Engineering and Computer Science; PhysicsResearch Interests: Ultra-high intensity laser plasma interactions.WebsiteEmail: Phone: (734) 763-4877Office: 1006 Gerstacker
Associate Chair of Undergraduate ECE AffairsProfessor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceProfessor (courtesy), Applied Physics, Macromolecular Science and Engineeringhe/him/hisResearch Interests: Optoelectronic devices and materials with current focus on integrated photonics, semiconductor light sources (both classical and quantum) and their applications.WebsiteEmail: Phone: (734) 764-7134Office: 2246 EECS
Lee, Somin Eunice
Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceAssistant Professor (courtesy), Biomedical EngineeringAssistant Professor (courtesy), Molecular Science and EngineeringResearch Interests: Use of nanoscale-dependent properties to enable unique spatial and temporal capabilities needed for quantification in bioscience and medicine; Areas of expertise include plasmonics, nanophotonics, bionanotechnologies.WebsiteEmail: Phone: 734-764-7054Office: 2243 EECS
Assitant Research ScientistResearch Interests: Integrated Photonics, Nanofabrication, Nonlinear Optics, and Quantum OpticsEmail: Phone: (734) 763-3260Office: EECS Building
Maksimchuk, Anatoly M.
Research ScientistResearch Interests: Laser-matter interaction at relativistic intensities, table-top particle accelerators, high-power short pulse lasers.Email: Phone: (734) 763-4875Office: 2014 Carl A. Gerstacker Bldg.
Louise Ganiard Johnson Professor of EngineeringProfessor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceAssociate Dean for Research, College of EngineeringResearch Interests: Computational, Applied, and Theoretical Electromagnetics; Antennas; Microwave and millimeter wave circuits and packaging.WebsiteEmail: Phone: (734) 647-1793Office: 3240 EECS
Nees, John A.
Research ScientistResearch Interests: Formation of ultra-intense optical pulses in solid-state lasers for applications in high-field physicsEmail: Phone: (734) 763-4875Office: 2018 Carl A. Gerstacker Bldg.
Norris, Theodore B.
Gerard A. Mourou Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceProfessor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceProfessor (courtesy), Applied PhysicsResearch Interests: Application of femtosecond optical techniques to the physics of semiconductor nanostructures, in developing new ultrafast optical and optoelectronic measurement techniques, THz generation and measurement, plasmonics in nanostructures, and novel methods for biological imaging and in vivo sensing.WebsiteVideoEmail: Phone: (734) 764-9269Office: 6117 ERB I
Professor Emeritus, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceProfessor Emeritus of Applied PhysicsResearch Interests: Optical magnetism and optical refrigeration.WebsiteEmail: Phone: (734) 763-6810Office: 3102 ERB I
Robert J. Hiller ProfessorProfessor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceProfessor (courtesy), Physics; Applied Physics; Biophysics Program; Senior Research Scientist, Institute of GerontologyResearch Interests: Laser spectroscopy, Optical physics, Condensed matter physics, Biophysics, Quantum Computing.WebsiteVideoEmail: Phone: (734) 764-2386Office: 3117 ERB I
Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Scienceshe/her/hersResearch Interests: Laser-driven electron and ion acceleration, relativistic laser propagation through underdense and near-critical density plasmas, laser-driven magnetic reconnection, and proton radiography to study electric and magnetic fields generated during the laser-plasma interactions.WebsiteEmail: Phone: (734) 647-9543Office: 6109 ERB-1
University Diversity and Social Transformation ProfessorJoseph E. and Anne P. Rowe Professor of Electrical EngineeringArthur F. Thurnau ProfessorProfessor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceProfessor (courtesy), PhysicsResearch Interests: Nonlinear optics and photonics; fiber laser arrays; nonlinear periodic structures; tunneling time; nanophotonics; semiconductor laser frequency combs.WebsiteVideoEmail: Phone: (734) 647-1804Office: 3106 ERB
Winick, Kim A.
Professor Emeritus, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceEmail: Phone: (734) 764-5203Office: 2231 EECS
Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceProfessor (courtesy), Biomedical EngineeringResearch Interests: Integrated circuits and microsystems; BioMEMS and lab-on-chips; implantable biomedical sensors; low-power mixed-mode circuits.WebsiteVideoEmail: Phone: (734) 615-4469Office: 2400 EECS
Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceResearch Interests: Theoretical and experimental aspects of quantum information science, aiming to enable new sensing, computing, communication, and networking capabilities. We harness unique quantum resources such as entanglement to develop quantum sensors surpassing the classical measurement limits, quantum communication systems with enhanced security and capacity, quantum networks for long-range entanglement distribution, and quantum processors capable of tackling problems intractable on classical computers.WebsiteVideoEmail: Phone: (734) 763-7766Office: 2305 EECS
Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceResearch Interests: Nanoelectronics and nanophotonics, microwave and terahertz frequency nanoelectronics, solar cell technology, chemical and biological sensing, nanomaterial synthesis.WebsiteEmail: Phone: (734) 647-1953Office: 2241 EECS