Constantine A. Balanis
Regents Professor Emeritus
Computational electromagnetic methods for antennas and scattering, flexible and conformal antennas, high impedance surfaces (HIS), RCS reduction techniques using EBG checkerboard surfaces, metasurfaces for antenna pattern beam forming, ferrite-loaded non-uniformly biased CBS antennas, smart/adaptive antennas for wireless communications
Analytic theory of natural and artificial media, measurement and design of the electromagnetic properties of materials, magneto-dielectric materials for broadband antennas and electromagnetic structures, optical scattering of sub-wavelength objects in complex environments and nanophotonics, time domain computational electromagnetics.
Regents’ Professor Emeritus, Professor of Advanced Technology
Power engineering, electric power quality, distribution engineering, transmission engineering, computer applications in power engineering, power engineering education, power system sensors and instrumentation
Image and video processing, compression, and transmission, computer vision, visual quality assessment, human visual perception, multidimensional signal processing, digital filtering, source coding, and bio-medical imaging.
Professor Emeritus and Graduate Program Chair, Electrical Engineering
Academic Director for the Online and Professional Programs for Global Outreach and Extended Education
Fiber optic communications, holography, distance education
Electric power systems, applying social optimization to power system markets, numerical methods applied to large-scale system problems, parallel numerical algorithms, new educational methods and technologies, and transformer thermal modeling.