Distinguished Microwave Lecturers

The IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (MTT-S) each year carefully selects a group of Distinguished Microwave Lecturers (DMLs) who are internationally recognized experts and technical leaders in their fields within the Society. The DMLs are available to present talks to local chapters world-wide and serve as ambassadors for the Society. They will travel to MTT-S Chapters or Joint Chapters with other IEEE Societies, Student Chapters, and IEEE Sections to present a nominally 1-hour Technical Lecture on the DML’s Technical Topic and also present material that promotes the MTT-S at each talk.

  • DML Talk Request and Assignment:
    a)Each Chapter will be asked to submit their annual DML invitation plan to DML Coordinator. If a Chapter will be locally sponsoring a conference, a requested talk can be given at that conference.
    b)DML Coordinator pre-selects relevant DML talks and shares the plan with each DML for their availability within each quarter year period.
    c)DML Coordinator shares the availability with all the Chapters who may benefit from a DML trip.
    d)Discussions among the DML and the relevant Chapters will continue until the trip is finalized.
  • Responsibilities of Inviting Chapter:
    The inviting Chapter is requested to provide local transportation, lodging, and meal for the DML. The Chapter should broadly advertise the DML talk to the local technical community to maximize attendance. The Chapter should inform an approximate number of the attendees before the DML prepares for the trip.

Please contact the DML Coordinator Dr. Mohammad Madihian (madihian@ieee.org) if you have any further questions.

Distinguished Microwave Lecturers List

2021-2023 Class

Dan Jiao
Dan Jiao
Fast Solvers for Electromagnetics-Based Analysis and Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems
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    Bodhisatwa Sadhu
    Bodhisatwa Sadhu
    Silicon-based Millimeter-wave Phased Arrays for 5G: Fundamentals to Future Trends
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      Kaushik Sengupta
      Kaushik Sengupta
      Towards Universally Programmable Chip-scale THz Source, Sensors and Systems: Bridging the THz and Application gap in the Next Decade
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        2020-2022 Class

        Ruonan Han
        Ruonan Han
        Chip-Scale Wave-Matter Interactions at RF-to-Light Frequencies: Circuits, Systems and Applications
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          James Hwang
          James Hwang
          Broadband Label-free Noninvasive Electrical Characterization of Live Biological Cells
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            Jon Martens
            Jon Martens
            What is my Measurement Equipment Actually Doing? Implications for 5G
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              James M. Schellenberg
              James M. Schellenberg
              MM-wave GaN Power Amplifiers: Technology to Power the Future
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                2019-2021 Class

                Edward I. Ackerman
                Edward I. Ackerman
                ANALOG PHOTONIC SYSTEMS: FEATURES & TECHNIQUES TO OPTIMIZE PERFORMANCE
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                  Payam Heydari
                  Payam Heydari
                  Fundamentals of mm-Wave and Sub-Terahertz Frequency Generation, Synthesis, and Radiation for Multi-Antenna Array Transceivers
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                  Ho-Jin Song
                  Ho-Jin Song
                  TERAHERTZ COMMUNICATIONS AT 300 GHZ: DEVICES, PACKAGES AND SYSTEM
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                    2018-2020 Class

                    Simone Bastioli
                    Simone Bastioli
                    Nonresonating Modes Do It Better!
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                      Jeremy Everard
                      Jeremy Everard
                      Low Phase Noise Signal Generation utilising Oscillators, Resonators & Filters and Atomic Clocks
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                      Markus Gardill
                      Markus Gardill
                      Automotive Radar – A Signal Processing Perspective on Current Technology and Future Systems
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                        *The talks from the 2021-2023 Class are only available from January 1st, 2021.
                        *The list of DMLs Emeritus can be found from this page: MTT-S Distinguished Microwave Lecturers Emeritus.