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About Carmine Vittoria

Carmine Vittoria received his Ph.D. in applied quantum physics from Yale University in 1970. He was employed at the Naval Research Laboratory as a physicist. Topics of research included: magnetstrictive planar devices, magnetostatic delay lines, composite electrical and magnetic materials, computer circuits on first Navy computer, ferrites, and production of planar devices. At Northeastern, he has established a world class research laboratory in the development of new microwave materials, and has fabricated mixer devices using high Tc superconducting devices, sub-micron planar devices, security tag devices, magnetic trasducers, artificial ferrite materials, and a number of planar filter devices.

Positions

Present Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Northeastern University
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Research Interests

Development of new microwave materials

Honors and Awards

  • Fellow, American Physical Society
  • Fellow, IEEE


Contact Information

330 Dana Research Building
Northeastern University
360 Huntington Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts 02115-5005
617/373-2061

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