Welcome New Faculty
The College of Engineering welcomes our five new oustanding faculty starting in Fall 2016. Each of these faculty bring with them a new set of expertise that will enhance the research and education at the SDSU College of Engineering.
Dr. Baris Aksanli
Ph.D., University of California, San Diego
Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Specialization: Energy efficient large-scale cyber physical systems, human behavior modeling in the Internet of Things, big data for energy efficient large-scale systems, cost and energy aware automation of residential houses, and house/building/data center and electric grid interaction.
|| Dr. Joaquin Camacho|
Ph.D., University of Southern CaliforniaAssistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering Specialization: Combustion and particulate air pollution, nanomaterial synthesis and characterization, renewable energy, carbon materials and chemistry, heterogeneous reacting flow and aerosol dynamics and reacting flow modeling.
|| Dr. Ping Lu|
Ph.D., The University of MichiganProfessor and Chair of Aerospace Engineering
Specialization: Advanced guidance of aerospace systems, autonomous aerospace trajectory planning by convex optimization, nonlinear control with applications in aerospace systems, and flight mechanics.
| || Dr. Duy NyguyenPh.D., McGill University, Montreal, QC, CanadaAssistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Specialization: Adaptive signal processing techniques for communications, massive MIMO and mmWave communications, full duplex radios, radio frequency energy harvesting, compressed sensing in communications and optimization, game theory, and machine learning in communications.|
Dr. Ying-Khai TehPh.D., Hong Kong University of Science and TechnologyAssistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Specialization: Silicon-based low power CMOS analog and mixed signal integrated circuit design, energy harvesting integration using thermoelectric, piezoelectric and RF for self-powered Internet of Things systems, and game theoretic analysis framework for multi-source power management scheme. |
|| Dr. Matthew Verbyla (Starting Fall 2017)Ph.D., University of South FloridaAssistant Professor of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering Current Position:Post-Doctoral Research FellowEnvironmental Chemistry LaboratorySchool of Architecture, Civil, and Environmental EngineeringEcole Polytechnique Federale de Laussane, Switzerland |
Specialization: Natural wastewater treatment, water reuse, pathogen fate and transport, and microbial risk assessment.