Ph.D., University of Michigan, Electrical Engineering, 1968
M.S., University of Michigan, Electrical Engineering, 1967
B.S., University of Michigan, Electrical Engineering, 1965
305 Rockwell Engineering Center
Irvine, CA 92697-2700
The applications for his research lie in the development of wireless communication networks that will extend the reach and capacity of the Internet. Dr. Alexopoulos is dean of The Henry Samueli School of Engineering.
Professor Alexopoulos is interested in electromagnetic theory, integrated microwave circuits, micro strip antennas and arrays, multi-function antennas, non-reciprocal materials, numerical methods, and percolation theory and applications. His research activities focus on the modeling and design of three-dimensional integrated circuits and printed antennas in multilayered materials, wireless communication antennas and systems. He also is studying interconnect problems in complex networks, novel materials and smart structures in low observable systems, and computational methods.