Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, WMU

Dr. Damon A. Miller

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

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 areas. He is a senior member of the IEEE and Chief Advisor for the Michigan Kappa Chapter of Tau Beta Pi, Inc.

Dr. Miller's Spring 2022 Schedule

READ how Alexandra Ferguson's research in neural stimulation at WMU led her to MIT.

Dissected Hirudo verbana. Nerve cord is the thin linear structure in dissection center. Nodes along cord are ganglia containing hundreds of individual neurons. Direct electrical stimulation of a neuron using a sharp electrode (right) allows study of neuron electrophsyiology. Electrode tip is on the order of one micron.
Top photo: Dr. John Jellies
Right photo: Joshua White
A linear observer of a continuous time hyperchaotic oscillator via a single scalar signal as described in D. A. Miller and G. Grassi, "Experimental realization of observer-based hyperchaos synchronization," IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems-I: Fundamental Theory and Applications, vol. 48, pp. 366-374, March 2001. image

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