- Current Research
- Cognitive Radar Sensing
- Computational Electromagnetics
- Global Navigation Satellite System
- Indoor and Outdoor Measurements
- Medical Sensing and Bio Electromagnetics
- MEMS and Microsystems
- Microwave and Millimeter Wave Systems
- Microwave Radiometry
- Novel Antennas and Antenna Techniques
- Polymers and Packaging
- Radar Scattering and Imaging
- Remote Sensing
- RF Integrated Circuits
- RF Propagation
- Software Defined Radar Systems
- Subsurface and Ground Penetrating Radar
- Textile and Wearable Antennas
- Trusted Microelectronics
- Wireless and Wireline Integrated Circuits and Systems
- Wireless Sensor Networks
RF and microwave remote sensing uses active and passive RF and microwave systems to observe the:
- earth crust, and
- other environments.
Data from these sensors are critical for:
- earth science,
- land use monitoring,
- oil and gas exploration and
- global climate studies.
ESL research develops models, techniques, and systems for Earth remote sensing.
Our ultimate goal is the inclusion of our technologies in borehole, air- and space-borne remote sensing systems. We collaborate with industry, NASA and other agencies in modeling and testing of new sensors and in data analysis for current sensors.