Branislav M. Notaros, Ph.D.
Professor and University Distinguished Teaching Scholar Electrical & Computer Engineering Dept; Director, Electromagnetics Laboratory
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Areas of Collaborative Interest
Research activities of the Electromagnetics Laboratory at Colorado State University, ECE Department, are in Computational Electromagnetics, Higher Order Methods, RF/Antennas, Scattering, Remote Sensing of Snow/Rain, Weather Radar, MRI, Transformation Optics, and EM Education. Our current research activities span a very broad range of exciting and emerging topics in computational electromagnetics, modeling and numerical methods, antennas, scattering, passive microwave and optical devices, metamaterials, cyber-physical systems, uncertainty quantification, atmospheric/meteorological electromagnetics, radar meteorology, characterization of snow and rain, surface and radar precipitation measurements, image processing, RF/optical instrumentation development, bioelectromagnetics, RF design for magnetic resonance imaging at high and ultrahigh magnetic fields, and electromagnetics education.
I am interested in collaborating in the following areas:
- Computational Electromagnetics,
- Higher Order Methods,
- Remote Sensing of Snow/Rain,
- Weather Radar,
- Transformation Optics
- Licensing our technologies
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