Ph.D. - Associate Professor, Program Director
Dr. Chiu teaches courses in analog and digital circuits, electronics, communications and embedded systems. He is a member of Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society and a Senior Member of IEEE. Dr. Chiu's areas of research include embedded systems, communications and electronics. He is affiliated with the Measurement and Control Engineering Research Center at Idaho State University. Dr. Chiu has published more than 50 refereed conference and journal articles. Dr. Chiu received his Ph.D. from Northwestern University.
Mousavinezhad, S. Hossein
Ph.D. - Professor, Associate Program Director
Dr. Mousavinezhad received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.. His research interests include Digital Signal Processing, Bioelectromagnetics and Communication Systems.
Ph.D - Visiting Professor
Ph.D. - Associate Professor
Dr. Ellis received his Ph.D. from Virginia Polytechnic and State University in 1994. His areas of research include Electrical Power Systems and Engineering Education.
Ph.D. - Associate Professor
Dr. Kantabutra received a Bachelor of Engineering in Honours Electrical Engineering degree from McGill University in 1979, and a Master of Engineering and a Ph.D., both in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, from The Johns Hopkins University in 1982 and 1985, respectively. Dr. Kantabutra has a wide variety of research interests in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. He invented a new type of database system called Intentionally-Linked Entities (ILE) which improves over the Relational database system in several different ways by using more modern, linked data structures instead of tables. Dr. Kantabutra also published his innovations in the fields of computer algorithms, computational geometry, theoretical robotics, artificial neural networks, computer arithmetic hardware (Very Large Scale Integration), GIS, and was named the sole or first inventor in 5 U.S. patents, all in computer hardware. He was supported by a major NSF research grant for his work in databases, Temporal Geographic Information Systems, and the Digital Humanities.
Ph.D. - Professor
Dr. Stuffle received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University in 1979. His research interests include simulation, signal processing, microprocessors, high-voltage impulse testing, computer-aided analysis and design, PC applications. He is a Licensed Professional Engineer.
Ph.D - Assistant Professor
Dr. Andrew Chrysler is an Assistant Professor at Idaho State University. He received his B.S. in Chemical and Biological Engineering in 2011 from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado with a minor in Mathematics. He received his M.S. and Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah in 2017 and 2018 respectively.
He has worked at IM Flash Technologies in Lehi, Utah as a Semiconductor Manufacturing Engineer and as a Co-Op at the NASA Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio. He has also conducted research at Daegu University in Daegu, South Korea. His research interests include dielectric properties of materials, implantable antennas, millimeter wave antennas, and international engineering education. Dr. Chrysler is an NSF EAPSI Korea Fellow (’15) and received the IEEE APS Doctoral research award (‘13).
Affiliate, Adjunct Faculty