Microwave & Millimeter-Wave Nondestructive Evaluation

Microwave and millimeter-wave signals span the frequency range of ~300 MHz to 300 GHz. Signals at these frequencies penetrate inside dielectric materials and composites and interact with their inner structures. This unique interaction brings about a great potential for comprehensive nondestructive testing (NDT) and imaging of structures used in critical environments.

Meet the experts

Kristen Donnell

Assistant Professor
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Research Interests

Embedded sensors, modulated antennas/scatterers, microwave/millimeter wave engineering, microwave material characterization, terahertz methodologies

Jie Huang

Assistant Professor
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Research Interests

Fiber optic sensors, novel photonic/microwave micro/nano materials, structures, devices and sensors, ultrafast laser machining, processing and characterization of micro/nano structures, materials and devices, sensors and Instrumentation for applications in harsh environments, microwave-photonic sensing, imaging and spectroscopy

Victor Khilkevich

Assistant Professor, EMC Laboratory
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Research Interests

Signal processing, electromagnetic simulation, time-domain measurement of network parameters, measurement and processing of random signal and fields, EMI source and coupling path identification

Reza Zoughi

Schlumberger Distinguished Professor
Electrical and Computing Engineering

Research Interests

Electromagnets, antenna design, microwave engineering, microwave and millimeter wave nondestructive testing, material charaterization