Vincent Harris has had a distinguished career as an Engineer, Scientist, Inventor, Entrepreneur, and Leader of engineers and scientists for more than 25 years. His professional preparation includes the Ph.D. (NU-EE), M.S. (NU-ME, MSE), M.S. (U. Md.-Eng. Mgt.), M.S. (U. Penn.-Exec. Tech. Mgt.), and B.S. (NU-ME) degrees. He presently holds the position of University Distinguished Professor and William Lincoln Smith Chair Professor at the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Northeastern University. Prior to holding these positions, he was a Member of the technical staff, Head of the Complex Materials Section, and Head of the Materials Physics Branch at the Naval Research Laboratory. His research interests include materials design and the study of processing, structure, and magnetism in a wide range of electronic materials and devices used principally in ultrahigh frequency applications. He has published more than 300 technical articles in peer-reviewed science and engineering journals, including book chapters, review articles, and invited technical feature articles on the topical areas of nanotechnology, magnetism, and microwave materials and devices. In 2007, Harris was named a Distinguished Lecturer of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (IEEE) Magnetics Society on the topic of frontiers in ferrite materials research and microwave device applications. Harris is a Fellow of the IEEE, the American Physical Society, the Institute of Physics (UK), the Institute of Engineering and Technology (UK), the Fulbright Foreign Experts Program, and the Chinese Academy of Science’s Senior Scientist Program and Foreign Experts Program.
Biography Updated on 16 August 2012