Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Jose Silva-Martinez – Professor

Image of Jose SilvaTI Professorship I in Analog Engineering
Analog & Mixed Analog & Mixed Signal Group Leader
Office: 318B Wisenbaker Engineering Building, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, 77843-3128
Tel: (979) 845-7477
Fax: (979) 845-7961
Email: jose-silva-martinez@tamu.edu
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Research Interests: Design of Integrated Circuits for Biomedical Applications, mainly hearing aid devices and pacemakers. Analog Integrated Circuits Design for Telecommunication Applications: Continuous-time and Discrete filters, Phase Locked Loops, clock and data recovery architectures, SerDes, line and phase equalizers, low-noise preamplifiers, and mixers. High-Speed Mixed-Mode Integrated Circuits Design: Digital correlators, programmable voltage amplifiers, wide-band operational trans conductance amplifiers for SC filters and analog-digital converters and power management.


Chanan Singh – Professor

Chanan SinghRegent Professor and Irma Runyon Chair Professor
Office: 320C Wisenbaker Engineering Building, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX 77843-3128
Tel: (979) 845-7589
Fax: (979) 845-6259
Email: singh@ece.tamu.edu
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Research Interests: Security of Electric Power Systems; Theory and Applications of System Reliability; Production Costing; Power Quality.


Alex Sprintson – Professor

sprintsonOffice: 334G Wisenbaker Engineering Building, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX 77843-3128
Tel: (979) 458-0092
Fax: (979) 845-2630
Email: spalex@ece.tamu.edu
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Research Interests: Algorithmic and Information-theoretic aspects of networking, Network coding and its applications in communication networks, QoS routing for unicast and multicast, Reliable/Secure data distribution systems.


Hamid A. Toliyat – Raytheon Endowed Professor

toliyatOffice: 205E Wisenbaker Engineering Building, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX 77843-3128
Tel: (979) 862-3034
Fax: (979) 845-6259
Email: toliyat@tamu.edu
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Research Interests: Distributed Energy Systems; Wind Mills; Microturbine, Solar, Electromechanical energy storage batteries; Fuel cell operated electric motor drives; Auxiliary power generators; Power converters for electric machines including multi-levels.


Mark H. Weichold – Regents Professor

Image of Mark WeicholdExecutive Director for Halliburton Global Engineering Program
Exectutive Director, TEES Global Initiatives
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Office: 104 Engineering Activities Building A
Phone: 979.862.8456
Email: m-weichold@tamu.edu
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Research Interests: Solid State Device Physics and Fabrication

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