Benjamin Sanchez


  • Phone: 801-585-9535
  • Email: benjamin.sanchez@utah.edu
  • Office: SMBB 3721

Applied bioelectromagnetics for health measurement and monitoring

Jamesina Simpson


  • Phone: 801-585-6929
  • Email: jamesina.simpson@utah.edu
  • Office: MEB 2278

Computational electromagnetics theory and applications; finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) solutions to Maxwell's equations from near-DC to light; electromagnetic propagation in the Earth-ionosphere waveguide; electromagnetic compatibility; plasmonics; biophotonics

Berardi Sensale-Rodriguez


  • Phone: 801-585-5657
  • Email: berardi.sensale@utah.edu
  • Office: MEB 2134

EM and optics: terahertz technology, high frequency electronics, two dimensional materials, active metamaterials, plasmonics, and nanophotonics

David Schurig


  • Email: david.schurig@utah.edu
  • Office: MEB 2274

Metamaterials: Design, analysis and fabrication of metamaterials in frequency ranges from megahertz to petahertz. Transformation design of devices implementable with metamaterials. Applications include: remote sensing, near-field imaging, biological imaging, implantable devices, electro-mechanical devices and invisibility cloaking.

Cynthia Furse


  • Phone: 801-585-7234
  • Email: cfurse@ece.utah.edu
  • Office: MEB 2280

Electromagnetics, Intermittent fault location for aircraft wiring, antenna design and optimization, communications, bioelectromagnetics, and engineering education.

Douglas Christensen


  • Phone: 801-581-7859
  • Email: christen@ece.utah.edu
  • Office: MEB 2456

Fiberoptic and guided-wave sensors, especially those applicable to biomedical sensing, such as fluorescent immunosensors; numerical modeling of optical devices using finite-difference time-domain techniques, and ultrasound bioinstrumentation.