- Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Affiliated Professor, Physics
- PhD, Materials (Engineering option), Pennsylvania State University
- PhD, Physics and Mathematics, Tomsk State University
- MS, Electrical Engineering, Tomsk State University
Elena Semouchkina is a professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Michigan Tech and an adjunct professor at the Pennsylvania State University. She received an MS in Electrical Engineering and a PhD in Physics and Mathematics from Tomsk State University, in Russia, and a second PhD in Materials from Penn State. Before joining the Penn State faculty, Semouchkina had been working in prominent Russian scientific centers, i.e., Siberian Physics-Technical Research Institute, Ioffe Physics-Technical Institute of Russian Academy of Science, and St. Petersburg State Technical University. She was a recipient of the best PhD thesis award from the Penn State Materials Research Institute, and the NSF Fellows Award from the ADVANCE Program: Increasing the Participation and Advancement of Women in Academic Science and Engineering Careers. Semouchkina is an associate editor of the IEEE Antenna and Wireless Propagation Letters, a panelist of the National Science Foundation, and an expert of the Directorate-General for Research of the European Commission and of the French National Research Agency. She is a co-organizer of the IEEE Women in Electromagnetics (WiEM) Workshop and a member of the International Program Committee of the IASTED International Conference on Antennas, Radar and Wave Propagation.
There is an open PhD position in the field of photonic crystals & metamaterials. Contact email@example.com
Areas of Interest
- Computational electromagnetic analysis
- Computer-aided design and development of microwave and photonic devices
- Dielectric metamaterials and photonic crystals
- Electromagnetic cloaking
- High-contrast materials integration
- Materials and device characterization at microwaves
B. Seifi, E. Semouchkina, M. Lanagan, and T. Neuberger, “Approaches to designing micro-solenoidal RF probes for 14 T MRI studies of millimeter-range sized objects”, Concepts in Magnetic Resonance Part B: Magnetic Resonance Engineering, v. 46B, no. 4, pp. 178-185, 2017.
E. Semouchkina, R. Duan, N. Gandji, S. Jamilan, G. Semouchkin, and R. Pandey, “Superluminal Media Formed by Photonic Crystals for Transformation Optics-Based Invisibility Cloaks”, Journal of Optics, “Special Issue on Transformation Optics”, v. 22, 044007 (11pp), 2016.
N. Gandji, A. Palle, G. Semouchkin, and E. Semouchkina, “Field-Simulation Based Engineering of RF Antenna Probes with Nonuniform Substrates for High-Field Magnetic Resonance Imaging Systems”, ACES Journal, v. 31, pp. 492-497, 2016.
- E. Semouchkina, R. Duan, G. Semouchkin, and R. Pandey, “Sensing Based on Fano-Type Resonance Response of All-Dielectric Metamaterials”, Sensors, Special Issue “Metamaterial-Inspired Sensors”, v. 15, no. 4, p. 9344-9359, 2015.
- R. Duan, E. Semouchkina, and R. Pandey, “Geometric Optics-Based Multiband Cloaking of Large Objects with the Wave Phase and Amplitude Preservation”, Optics Express, v. 22, no. 22, p. 27193-27202, 2014.
- F. Chen, X. Wang, G. Semouchkin, and E. Semouchkina, “Effects of Inductive Waves on Multi-Band Below-Cut-off Transmission in Waveguides Loaded with Dielectric Metamaterials”, American Institute of Physics (AIP) Advances, v. 4, no. 10, p. 107129-1-107129-15, 2014.
- X. Wang and E. Semouchkina, "A Route for Efficient Non-Resonance Cloaking by Using Multilayer Dielectric Coating", Applied Physics Letters, v. 102, p. 113506, 2013.
- X. Wang, F. Chen, and E. Semouchkina, “Spherical Cloaking Using Multilayer Shells of Ordinary Dielectrics”, American Institute of Physics (AIP) Advances, v. 3, p. 112111-1-112111-7, 2013.
Dr. Semouchkina teaches courses in electronic materials and devices, solid state devices, and physical electronics.