Suketu Naik Ph.D.

College of Natural and Computational Sciences - Department of Computer Science and Engineering

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF ENGINEERING

 

EDUCATION:

  • D., Electrical Engineering, Kyoto University, Japan
  • S. Electrical Engineering, University of Utah
  • S. Electrical Engineering, Utah State University

 

COURSES TAUGHT:

Hawaii Pacific University (Honolulu, HI)

  • ENGE 2000 Linear Circuits and Systems
  • ENGE 2001 Linear Circuits and Systems Lab

Weber State University (Ogden, Utah)

  • ECE 1000: Introduction to Electrical Engineering
  • ECE 1270: Introduction to Electric Circuits
  • ECE 2260: Fundamentals of Electric Circuits
  • ECE 3000: Engineering Seminar
  • ECE 3090: Project Management
  • ECE 3110: Microelectronics I
  • ECE 3120: Microelectronics II
  • ECE 3610: Digital Systems
  • ECE 4900 (Senior/M.S. Elective): Fundamentals of Sensor Design
  • ECE 6420 (Senior/M.S. Elective): Digital Communications
  • ECE 4010/40120: Senior Projects
  • ECE 6010: M.S. Projects

 


RESEARCH AND PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS:

Dr. Naik’s research is concentrated on the applications of Nonlinear Dynamics using Analog Integrated Circuits (IC), RFIC, and Micro Electro Mechanical System (MEMS) devices. The research is multi-disciplinary and is primarily based on dynamics of Coupled Systems. Dr. Naik’s research interests include Biomedical Systems, Inertial Sensors, and Energy Harvesting-all based on Coupled Systems where you group multiple nonlinear elements/devices/circuit components together to obtain specific behavior. His latest research is focused on non-invasive neuromodulation using coupled Ultrasonic transducers to develop novel neuroprosthetics. The ultimate goal is to integrate the above research into other topics related to personalized healthcare and Internet of Health Things (IoHT).

PERSONAL INTERESTS/BIOGRAPHY:

Gardening, swimming, hiking, playing esoteric musical instruments, and meditation.

Naik

Associate Professor
Ph.D.

  Send email
  808-236-7903
  WP4 200-I