Blaauw, David T.
Kensall D. Wise Collegiate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceProfessor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceDirector, Michigan Integrated Circuits LabResearch Interests: Low power and high performance VLSI design; Low power wireless sensors and embedded systems.WebsiteVideo: https://www.youtube.com/watch/?v=36zkrzIqrZgEmail: Phone: (734) 763-4526Office: 2417C EECS
Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceResearch Interests: Embedded systems.WebsiteEmail: Phone: (734) 763-3329Office: 2417E EECS
Flynn, Michael P.
Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceResearch Interests: Analog circuits, analog-to-digital conversion, RF and wireless circuits. high-speed serial transceivers.WebsiteEmail: Phone: (734) 936-2966Office: 2417F EECS
Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceResearch Interests: Digital communication algorithm and systems; Ultra low power / ultra high performance VLSI SoC architecture; Computer vision and multimedia signal processing.WebsiteEmail: Phone: 734-764-7630Office: 2406 EECS
Schlumberger Professor of Engineering; Arthur F. Thurnau ProfessorProfessor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceProfessor (courtesy), Biomedical Engineeringhe/him/hisResearch Interests: Solid-state integrated sensors, Microactuators, Micromechanics, Analog and digital integrated circuitsWebsiteVideo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKsp1GuMrt0Email: Phone: (734) 763-6650Office: 2404 EECS
Edward S. Davidson Collegiate Professor in Electrical and Computer EngineeringSenior Associate Chair, Electrical and Computer EngineeringResearch Interests: Low power integrated circuit design, computer-aided design for VLSIWebsiteVideo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VjLRNkNgJGUEmail: Phone: (734) 615-8783Office: 3303A 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.WebsiteVideo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6kzaJ-yuf8YEmail: Phone: (734) 615-4469Office: 2400 EECS
Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceResearch Interests: Pei’s research interest surrounds “Structures as Sensors”, which utilizes the physical properties of devices and structures (e.g. cars, buildings, rooms) as a sensor to discover physical information that surrounds them (e.g. people, roads, animals). As part of this, his work focuses on combining machine learning-based data models, physics models, as well as heuristic models to improve the understanding of the physical systems. His approach is applied to many fields including medicine, eldercare, farming, smart buildings.WebsiteEmail: Phone: (734) 763-9901Office: 4238 EECS
Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceResearch Interests: VLSI architecture, digital systems, implementations of communication and signal processing systems.WebsiteEmail: Phone: (734) 647-3837Office: 2244 EECS