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  • Ph.D., University of Louisville, Computer Science and Engineering, 1997
  • M.Eng., University of Louisville, Electrical Engineering, 1989
  • B.S., University of Louisville, Engineering Science, 1988
Industrial Experience
  • Lockheed Martin, Valley Forge, PA
  • Naval Ordnance Station, Louisville, KY
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Dr. Damon A. Miller

Associate Professor
Senior Member, IEEE
Chief Advisor, Michigan Kappa Chapter of Tau Beta Pi
Director, Nonlinear Circuits and Systems Laboratory
Co-Director, Neurobiology Engineering Laboratory
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
1903 West Michigan Avenue
Kalamazoo, MI 49008-5329
269.276.3158 [TEL]
269.276.3151 [FAX]
damon.miller@wmich.edu


Dr. Miller joined WMU in 1997. He has taught a variety of courses including circuit analysis, electronics, senior design, and neural networks. His research work focuses on nonlinear circuits and systems, neural systems, and engineering education. Dr. Miller has worked with more than 40 graduate and undergraduate students in these research areas. He is a senior member of the IEEE, Chief Advisor for the Michigan Kappa Chapter of Tau Beta Pi, Inc., and a Research Associate in the WMU Center of Excellence in Engineering Education.


Dr. Miller's Spring 2014 Schedule


David Kirklewski and Donovan Squires in the Nonlinear Circuits and Systems Laboratory.
Power factor correction laboratory setup in ECE 2100 Circuit Analysis.

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