Daniel De Zutter


  • 1995, Microwave Prize, Past Awardees**
  • 2007 - 2010, Transactions Past Associate Editors, MTT Transactions, Publications**


Daniel De Zutter was born in Eeklo, Belgium on November 8, 1953. He received the degree in electrical engineenng from the University of Ghent in July 1976. From September 1976 to September 1984 he was a research and teaching assistant in the Laboratory of Electromagnetism and Acoustlcs (LEA) at the same university. In October 1981 he obtained a Ph.D degree there and in the spring of 1984 he completed a thesis leading to a degree equivalent to the French Aggdgation or the German Habilitation. He is now a professor at Ghent University and Research Director at the National Science Foundation of Belgium. Most of his earlier scientific work dealt with the electrodynamics of moving media, with emphasis on the Doppler effect and Lorentz forces. His research now focuses on all aspects of circuit and electromagnetic modelling of high-speed and high-frequency interconnections. In 1990 Dr. De Zutter was elected as a member of the Electromagnetics Society.

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