Associate Professor and MS Program Director
- Electrical and Computer Engineering
Applied electromagnetics, metamaterials and metasurfaces, graphene and 2D materials, MEMS
Dr. Gomez-Diaz focuses on multidisciplinary areas of applied electromagnetics covering from radiofrequencies and microwaves to the tererahertz and infrared frequency bands. His research group works to manipulate electromagnetic waves at the micro/nano-scale exploiting unusual non-linear, non-reciprocal, hyperbolic, and mechanical responses and taking advantage of metasurface configurations and 2D materials such as graphene. These efforts aim to overcome the limitation of current communication, radar, and sensing systems in terms of dynamic reconfiguration, integration and miniaturization while simultaneously boosting their performance and functionalities.