Electromagnetic Compatibility

Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) is the study of the effects of electromagnetic radiation on and from electronic devices. EMC issues can decrease reliability, increase cost and delay development schedules of modern electronic systems. Researchers work on a wide range of topics for government and industry; the goal of developing the knowledge base, people and tools is to solve the EMC challenges of today and address the EMC challenges of the future.

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Interested in discussing the research we are working on or learning more? Visit our lab website, http://emclab.mst.edu/, or please contact:

Daryl Beetner
Dr. Daryl Beetner

Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Research Interests

electromagnetic immunity and emissions from the integrated circuit to the system level

Chulsoon Hwang
Dr. Chulsoon Hwang

Woodard Associate Professor for Excellence

Research Interests

High-speed Digital System Design, RF/digital Integration (RF Desensitization), Machine Learning in Hardware Design, Electromagnetic Interference (EMI), Hardware Security/Intentional EMI, and Electromagnetics

Victor Khilkevich
Dr. Victor Khilkevich

Research Professor

Research Interests

Electromagnetic compatibility

DongHyun (Bill) Kim
Dr. DongHyun (Bill) Kim

Assistant Professor, and College of Engineering and Computing Dean’s Scholar

Research Interests

Signal Integrity (SI), Power Integrity (PI), and Temperature Integrity (TI); Electrostatic Discharge (ESD); High-speed SerDes Channel Modeling; High-speed Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Material Characterization; Particle Simulation on Semiconductor Devices.