## Bouncing Ball Circuit

STUDENTS often contribute significant effort to gain intuition behind the Fourier Transform (and similarly Fourier Series). Recipies, smoothies, cakes, etc…

Assistant Professor

Teacher & Researcher

Electrical & Computer Engineering

The University of Alabama in Huntsville

Welcome to my website! I am a tenure-track, Assistant Professor at The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH). I work with bright and curious students, colleagues, and community members. On this website, you will will find academic, industrial and administrative information regarding my research, teaching, and university-related activities. Whether you are just starting your journey or seeking to deepen your knowledge in electronics, signal processing, or nonlinear dynamics (chaos, complex systems, etc.), I am excited to work with passionate students and colleagues. My door is always open, and I am eager to support you as you pursue your academic and professional goals.

- I do hire GRAs on funded research, but these opportunities are contingent on eligibility and funding availability.
- I generally do not hire GRAs on funded research if we have not met in person and you have not taken any of my courses.
- Your very first step to work with our group as a graduate student is toapply for our program through the UAH graduate school.
- Our department does offer teaching assistantships that include tuition waivers and stipends that can support your time at UAH.

STUDENTS often contribute significant effort to gain intuition behind the Fourier Transform (and similarly Fourier Series). Recipies, smoothies, cakes, etc…

After enrolling in electronics courses, many students are still connecting dots and developing fluency regarding prereq STEM concepts. Below is an article that addresses common questions, strategies and conceptual connections that I hope will aid students in their study of electronics. The takeaway is to practice, ask questions, then practice some more. Don't get discouraged. In my experience, it always feels like I have to re-learn the most important topics many times....

STUDENTS often contribute significant effort to gain intuition behind the Fourier Transform (and similarly Fourier Series). Recipies, smoothies, cakes, etc… The mechanics of using integration to acheive the … Fourier transform derivation from a correlation perspective… A cross-correlation integral is defined as $$\begin{align} (f\star g)(\tau) &\triangleq \int_\infty^\infty \overline{f(t)}g(t+\tau)dt \newline &\triangleq \int_\infty^\infty \overline{f(t-\tau)}g(t)dt \end{align}$$ For discrete function, a cross-correlation sum is defined as $$\begin{align} (f\star g)[n] &\triangleq \sum_\infty^\infty \overline{f[m]}g[m+n] \newline &\triangleq \sum_\infty^\infty \overline{f[m-n]}g[m] \end{align}$$...

CONTROLLING capacitance mechanically usually involves varying an effective, shared area between conductive plates. Some of these designs take the form of relatively small footprints with small 1 Voltage controlled capacitors are useful for many applications. $$\begin{align} v_\text{out}&=-A v_\text{in} \end{align}$$ $$\begin{align} v_{ZM}&=I_T Z_M \end{align}$$ $$\begin{align} v_{ZM} &=v_\text{in}-v_\text{out} \newline &=v_\text{in}-(-A v_\text{in}) \newline &=v_\text{in}+A v_\text{in} \newline &=v_\text{in}(1+A) \newline &=V_T(1+A) \newline \end{align}$$ $$\begin{align} v_{ZM}=I_T Z_M &=V_T(1+A) \newline \end{align}$$ $$\begin{align} Z_\text{in}=\frac{V_T}{I_T}&=\frac{Z_M}{1+A}\newline \end{align}$$ $$\begin{align} Z_M&=\frac{1}{sC_M}\newline \end{align}$$...

After enrolling in electronics courses, many students are still connecting dots and developing fluency regarding prereq STEM concepts. Below is an article that addresses common questions, strategies and conceptual connections that I hope will aid students in their study of electronics. The takeaway is to practice, ask questions, then practice some more. Don't get discouraged. In my experience, it always feels like I need to re-learn the most important topics many times....