Electromagnetic Compatibility

Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) explores the science of building electronic products so they do not interfere with other electronic products and so they will not be interfered with by other electronics. EMC problems can significantly decrease the reliability, increase the cost, and delay the development schedules of modern electronic systems. The Center for EMC is an NSF-sponsored Industry/University Cooperative Research Center, with 21 Full Industrial Members, and 4 Associate industrial members. The center has a 25 year history of conducting experimental and theoretical work related to EMC.

Meet the experts

Daryl Beetner

Professor and Chair
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Research Interests

Electromagnetic immunity and emissions; electromagnetic modeling; IC design and modeling; detection and neutralization of electronic triggers used in explosives; engineering education

Chulsoon Hwang

Assistant Professor
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Research Interests

High-speed serial link; power distribution networks; 3D-IC integration through-silicon via; automotive electromagnetic compatibility; intra-system electromagnetic interference

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