CONSTANTINE A. BALANIS, Ph.D.

Regents' Professor

School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering

Arizona State University

Tempe, AZ 85287-5706

Telephone: (480) 965-3909

FAX: (480) 965-8325

E-mail: balanis@asu.edu

WWW: http://balanis.faculty.asu.edu/

Date and Place of Birth: October 29, 1938 (Trikala, Greece)

Citizenship: U.S.A. (1960)

Marital Status: Married, Two Children, Two Grandchildren

Hobbies: Golf

Education:

1.   Doctor of Philosophy (Electrical Engineering), Ohio State University, June 1969.
  
2.   Master of Electrical Engineering, University of Virginia, August 1966.
  
3.   Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Virginia Tech, June 1964.

4.   Honorary Doctorate, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH), Greece, 2004.

Professional Experience:

Academic:

1.  August 1983 - Present: 
     Arizona State University 
     Tempe, AZ 85287-5706
      a.	July 1991-Present:  Regents' Professor of Electrical Engineering
  	        School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering
      b.	August 1988 - 1999:  Director
  	        Telecommunications Research Center
  	        College of Engineering and Applied Sciences
      c.	August 1983-June 1990:  Professor
  	        Department of Electrical Engineering
  
2.   August 1970 - August 1983
      Department of Electrical Engineering
      West Virginia University
      Morgantown, WV 26506-6101
      a.	August 1970 - August 1972:  Visiting Associate Professor
      b.	August 1972 - August 1976:  Associate Professor
      c.	August 1976 - August 1983:  Professor
  
3.   September 1968 - August 1970:  Assistant Professorial Lecturer
      George Washington University Extension
      NASA-Langley Research Center 
       Hampton, VA  23681-0001

Governmental-Industrial:


4.   June 1964 - August 1970:  Electronics Engineer
      NASA Langley Research Center
      Hampton, VA  23665
  
5.   June - August 1963:  Engineer-in-Training
      Bell Laboratories, Winston-Salem, NC

Honors and Awards:


1.  Life Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2004.
  
2.  Regents' Professor, Arizona State University, 1991.

3.  The IEEE Third Millennium Medal (2000).

4.  LAPC James R. James Lifetime Achievement Award (UK), 2014.

5.  Distinguished Achievement Award of the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society, 2012

6.  Distinguished Achievement Alumnus Award (College of Engineering, The Ohio State University), 2012. 

7.  Chen-To Tai Distinguished Educator Award of the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society, 2005. 

8.  Special Professionalism Award of the IEEE Phoenix Section, 1992. 

9.  Distinguished Achievement Award, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 
     Arizona State University, 1991.

10. Individual Achievement Award of the IEEE Region 6, 1989. 

11. Graduate Teaching Excellence Award, School of Engineering, Arizona State University, 1987-88. 
 
12. Outstanding Graduate Mentor Award, Arizona State University, 1996.
    
13.  Outstanding Researcher, College of Engineering, West Virginia University
      a.	1980-81
      b.	1981-82
      c.	1982-83
  
10. Halliburton Best Researcher Award, College of Engineering, West Virginia University
      a.	1982-83

11. 1994 Best Paper Award, IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility Society for journal paper entitled 
      "Finite-Difference Time-Domain Method for Electromagnetic Radiation, Interference, and Interaction with Complex 
        Structures,," IEEE Trans. Electromagnetic Compatibility, Vol. 35, No. 2,  pp. 192-203, May 1993. 
   
12.   "1984 Russ Award for Research", Ohio University recognizing best refereed journal paper entitled 
        "A stable geotomography technique for refraction media" by R. D. Radcliff, C. A. Balanis and H. W. Hill
         published in the IEEE Trans. Geoscience and Remote Sensing, Vol. GE-32, pp. 698-703, Nov. 1984.
   
13.   One of my graduate students, Yuk-Bun Cheng, received the prestigious 1976 William E. Jackson Memorial Award 
        for his Master's Thesis entitled "Analysis of Aircraft Antenna Radiation for Microwave Landing System".  
        The award is presented annually to a student in memory of William E. Jackson, an outstanding pioneer in the 
        development of the present Airways, Air Traffic Control, and Aviation Systems.  The award carries a $1,000 
        honorarium, and it is sponsored by the Radio Technical Commission  for Aeronautics.

Membership in Scientific and Professional Societies:


1. Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Xi
  
2. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (Life Fellow)
      a.	AP-S, IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society
      b.	MTT-S, IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society
      c.	EE-S, IEEE Engineering Education Society
      d.	GRS-S, IEEE Geoscience & Remote Sensing Society
      e.       EMC, IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility Society
  
3.  American Society for Engineering Education
  
4.   Radio Technical Commission for Aeronautics (RTCA SC-121)

Listed in:

	
  a.	Who's Who in America
  b.	Who's Who in the East
  c.	Who's Who in the South and Southwest
  d.	Who's Who in Electromagnetics
  e.	American Men and Women of Science
  f.	Dictionary of International Biography (British)
  g.	Men of Achievement (British)
  h.	Who's Who in Engineering
  i.	Who's Who in 1979 (Greek)
  j.	The American Hellenic Who's Who in Business and the Profession
  k.	Who's Who in Technology Today
  l.	International Who's Who in Engineering (British)

Professional Activities:


 1.  Editor:  Newletter of IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (1/1/82-12/31/83)
   
 2.  Associate Editor:	a.	IEEE Trans. Antennas & Propagation (7/1/74-6/30/77)
   			      b.	IEEE Trans. Geoscience & Remote Sensing (1/1/81-12/31/84)
   
 3.Technical Reviewer: a.	IEEE Trans. on Antennas and Propagation
                                 b.    IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters
				 c.	IEEE Trans. on Microwave Theory and Tech.
                                 d.	IEEE Microwave and Guided Wave Letters
				 e.	Proceedings of the IEEE
                                 f.	IEEE Trans. on Geoscience & Remote Sensing
				 g.	IEEE Trans. on Electromagnetic Compatibility
				 h.	IEEE Trans. on Systems, Man and Cybernetics	
				 i.	IEEE Trans. on Vehicular Technology
				 j.	IEEE Trans. on Education	
				 k.	IEE Proceedings
				 l.	Journal of EM Waves and Applications
				 m.	Microwave and Optical Technology Letters
				 n.	Radio Science
				 o.	Electronics Letters
				 p.	Journal of Applied Physics
				 q.	Astronautics and Aeronautics
				 r.	Fuel
				 s.	National Science Foundation
				 t.	Army Research Office
				 u.	Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc.
				 v.	John Wiley & Sons, Publishers
				 w.	Prentice-Hall, Publishers, Inc.
				 x.	Artech House Publishers, Inc.

4.   Administrative Committees
      a.  Member, IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society
      b.  Member, IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society
      c.  Vice-President, IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society
      d.  Conference Coordinatror, IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society
      e.  Chairman, Distinguished Lecturer Program, IEEE Antennas Propagat. Society
      f.  Distinguished Lecturer, IEEE Antennas Propagation Society
       
5.  Conference Committees:
      a.	Technical Committee; International IEEE Symposium on Antennas and Propagation
      b.	Steering Committee, Sixth WVU Conference on Coal Mine Electro-technology
      c.	Technical Committee of 1987 and 1990 International IEEE Geoscience  and Remote Sensing Society Symposium
  
6.   Session Chairman for:	a.	IEEE International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation
                                        b.     IEEE International Microwave Symposium (IMS)
  				        c.	International IEEE Geoscience Remote Sensing Society Symposium
                                        d.     European Conference on Antennas and Propagation
                                        e.     ANTEM
                                        f.      SOUTHEASTCON


  
7.   People-to-People Aeronautical Telecommunications Delegation, People's
      Republic of China, April 14 - May 5, 1983.
  
8.    Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Ad Hoc Committee on MLS Antenna Polarization Selection.
  
9.   General Electric Management Development Institute (of invited Engineering Professors), June 30 - July 1, 1980.

10.  Faculty Advisor of Eta Kappa Nu, Electrical Engineering Honorary at West Virginia University (1972-83)
   
11.  IEEE Upper Monongahela Subsection:
       a.	Delegate-at-Large (1974-75)
       b.	Secretary Treasurer (1975-76)
       c.	Vice-Chairman (1976-77)
       d.	Chairman (1977-78)
   
12.   Sigma Xi and The Research Society of North America (West Virginia University Chapter):
      a.	Secretary (1976-77)
      b.	Vice-Chairman (1977-78)
      c.	Chairman (1978-79)
   
13.  Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society (West Virginia University Chapter):
      a.	Public Relations Officer (1976-77)
      b.	Vice President (1977-78)
      c.	President (1978-79)Search
      e.	Graduate Council
      f.	Council for Research and Creative Activities
      g.	Strategic Planning
      h.	Regents' Professors

Consulting Experience:

      a.	Motorola, Inc.
	        Scottsdale, AZ
      b.	Boeing Company
	        Seattle, WA
      c.	Rockwell International
	        Cedar Rapids, IA 
      d.	Loral  Defense Systems (formerly Goodyear Aerospace)		
	        Litchfield Park, AZ
      e.	General Dynamics
	        Pomona, CA
      f.	Naval Surface Weapons Center (NSWC)
	        Dahlgren, Virginia
      g.	Naval Air Warfare Center (NAWC)
	        Patuxent River, Maryland
      h.	U. S. Army
	        Ft. Monmouth, NJ
      i.	Southwest Research Institute
	        San Antonio, Texas
      j.	National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO)
	        Green Bank, West Virginia
	        Charlottesville, Virginia
      k.	National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) 
                 Morgantown, WV
      l.	       Federal Aviation Administration
	        Reston, WA
      m.	 EG&G
	         Las Vegas, NV
  

Patents:


1.  "Electromagnetic Wave Method for Mapping Subterranean Earth Formations,"
     Patent No. 4, 045, 724; August 30, 1977.

2.  "Multilayer-Multiconductor Microstrips for Digital Integrated Circuits,"
     Patent No. 5,045,819; September 3, 1991.

Short Courses:


I.	"ANTENNA THEORY, DESIGN, AND MEASUREMENTS"

      1.   Naval Surface Weapons Center, Dahlgren, VA
              a.	July 26-30, 1982
      2.   Naval Air Warfare Center, Patuxent River, MD
              a.	November 5-9, 1984
              b.	August 18-22, 1986
              c.	January 6-9, 1997
              d.	June 2-5, 1997
  
3.   Arizona State University
              a.	October 21-24, 1985
              b.	April 15-18, 1986
              c.	October 14-17, 1986
              d.	April 14-17, 1987
              e.	April 12-15, 1988
              f.	February 14-17, 1989
              g.	February 20-23, 1990
              h.	February 19-22, 1991
              i.	     March 30-April 2, 1992
  
4.   Lockheed of California, Burbank, CA
              a.	May 20-23, 1986
  
5.    Rockwell International, Cedar Rapids, IA
              a.	January 12-16, 1987
              b.	September 15-18, 1997
  
6.   U.S. Army, Fort Monmouth, NJ
              a.	June 20-23, 1988
  
7.    GE Astro Space Division, Princeton, NJ
              a.	July 23-26, 1988
  
8.    Federal Aviation Administration, Renton, WA
              a.	July 14-17, 1992
  
9.   Boeing Company, Seattle, WA
              a.	Sept.-Oct. 1996

II.	"ADVANCED ANTENNA THEORY AND DESIGN"

       1.   Naval Surface Weapons Center, Dahlgren, VA
              a.	March 28 - April 1, 1983

II.   "MICROWAVE CIRCUITS AND DESIGN"

        1.    Naval Surface Weapons Center, White Oak Lab., Silver Springs, MD
              a.	July 18-22, 1983
  
        2.    Naval Surface Weapons Center, Dalgren, VA
              a.	July 25-29, 1983
  
3.    Naval Air Warfare Center, Patuxent River, MD
              a.	June 25-29, 1984
              b.	May 20-24, 1985