Current Lab Members:

Gaspar Tognetti, Christos Sapsanis, Jonah Sengupta, Michael Tomlinson (Graduate Students), Martin Villemur (Assistant Research Scientist), Dan Mendat (Assistant Research Scientist).

Gone but not forgotten:

Guillaume Garreau, Post-Doctoral Fellow (2014-2016); Pedro Julian, Postdoctoral Fellow (2001-2003) Professor University of Bahia-Blanca Argentina; Julio Georgiou, Postdoctoral Fellow (2004-2005) Assistant Professor, University of Cyprus; Bernabe Linares-Barranco, Postdoctoral fellow (1997-1998).
Ph.D degree: Kate Fischl (2019), Analog Devices; Kayode Sanni (2019), Notrhrop Grumman; Tomas Figliolia (2018), Xilinx; Dan Mendat (2017), Johns Hopkins University of Intelligent Computing Machines; Thomas Murray (2015), Signals Systems Corporation; Recep Ozgun (2013); Joe Lin (2012), MIT Lincoln Labs; Haolang Zhou (2011); Andrew Cassidy (2010), IBM; Ed Choi (2008); Zhaonian Zhang (2008); Miriam Adlerstein Marwick (2008), IDA; Francisco Tejada (2007); Jennifer Blain Christen (2007), Associate Professor, Arizona State University; Arun Sripati (2005), Assistant Professor, IIT India; Eugenio Culurciello (2004) Associate Professor, Purdue University; David Goldberg (2003); Alyssa Apsel (2002), Professor and ECE Department Director, Cornell University; Pamela Abshire (2001), Professor, University of Maryland at College Park; Mark Martin (2000), Applied Physics Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University; Zaven Kalayjian (1999); Nagendra Kumar (1997); Philippe Pouliquen (1996); Richard Meitzler (1996), Applied Physics Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University; Paul M. Furth (1995), Professor, University of New Mexico; Kewei Yang (1994), CEO Analogics; Weimin Liu, Ph.D. Degree (1992).
M.S.E degree: Xiang Ren (2010); Johnny Sang (2009); Thiago V.S. Teixeira (2005); LaVida Cooper (2005); Robert Winsor (2004); Alexandra Heron (2001); Teresa Serrano, Fulbright Scholar (1997); Wolfgang Himmelbauer (1997); Marc Cohen(1991), Research Scientist, University of Maryland College Park; Kwabena Boahen (1990), Associate Professor, Stanford University.