RF and microwave filter analysis and design, applied electromagnetics, numerical techniques, time domain reflectometry, time domain and frequency domain microwave measurements, simulation and modeling, material characterization
At the Time Domain and RF Measurements laboratory, she performed research and development work in the general area of microwave measurements, time domain reflectometry, modeling, and simulation. Applications included the analysis and design of wideband RF and microwave electronic circuits and material characterization in both the time domain and frequency domain. In her Ph.D. work, she developed a new, computationally efficient frequency domain numerical technique for the solution of Maxwell’s equations. The technique was based on the transmission line matrix method.
She is currently an assistant teaching professor at the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, Drexel University. Her teaching interests include RF and microwave circuit analysis and design, electromagnetics, radio wave propagation, network analysis and synthesis, signals and systems, and communication systems.