Duane H. and Dorothy M. Bluemke Professor
Electrical & Computer Engineering
College of Engineering
John Booske's research emphasizes sources and applications of electromagnetic fields, especially but not solely in the microwave frequency range of 1-1000 GHz. He directs research that solves key challenges to higher power and more efficient sources of microwaves for radar, communications, biomedical, imaging, and defense applications. He is also involved in research of novel biomedical diagnostics, therapies, and processes that utilize electromagnetic fields.
- Plasmas, metamaterials, metasurfaces and media that have a strong interaction with electromagnetic radiation
- Electromagnetic field effects
- Microwave vacuum electronics
- Innovative teaching and learning methods and instructional space design