Distinguished Professor Christos Christodoulou to give ECE seminar February 9
February 7, 2024 - ECE
Spring 2024 ECE 590 Graduate Seminars
February 9, 2024
Engineering the Future of Space Research
Christos Christodoulou, The University of New Mexico
3:00 pm, ECE Building, Room 118
Online Guests: Contact Prof. Osiński <email@example.com> for a Zoom link
Abstract: COSMIAC is a Research Center in the School of Engineering at UNM that addresses contemporary engineering challenges crucial to the 21st century, spanning space technology, cybersecurity, PNT vulnerabilities, drone technology, space power beaming, RF and radiation effects on space electronics, and 6G communications.
Their diverse research portfolio is dedicated to engineering innovation that directly contributes to solving global issues. Positioned as New Mexico's aerospace research hub, COSMIAC plays a pivotal role in reinforcing UNM's leadership within the aerospace sector.
This seminar provides an overview of the ongoing research projects at COSMIAC and highlights opportunities for students to engage with and contribute to these projects.
Bio: Distinguished Professor Christos Christodoulou received his Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from North Carolina State University in 1985. He joined the Electrical Engineering Department at UNM, where he served as the Chair of the Department from 1999 to 2005 and as the Dean of the School of Engineering (2017 to 2023). Currently, he is serving as the Director of COSMIAC. He is a Life Fellow member of IEEE and a member of Commission B of URSI. He is the recipient of the 2010 IEEE John Krauss Antenna Award, the 2022 IEEE Henning Distinguished Mentoring Award, and the 2023 IEEE Chen-To Tai Distinguished Educator Award. Since 2013, he has been serving as the series editor for Artech House Publishing company for the areas of Antennas, Propagation, and Electromagnetics. He has published over 600 papers in journals and conferences, has 20 book chapters, and has co-authored 9 books. He has also served as the main advisor for 40 PhD and 75 MS students.