ITTC Lab Affiliation(s)
Radar Systems and Remote Sensing Laboratory
||153 Nichols Hall
ITTC / RSL
2335 Irving Hill Rd
Lawrence, KS 66045-7552
||3024 Eaton Hall
1520 W 15th St
Univ of KS
Lawrence, KS 66045-7621
- Harry Talley Excellence in Teaching Award, School of Engineering, University of Kansas, 2011
- Miller Scholar, University of Kansas, 2010
- Graduate Teaching Award, KU Center for Teaching Excellence, 2006
- Bellows Scholar, School of Engineering, University of Kansas, 2005
- John E. Sharp and Winifred E. Sharp Teaching Professorship, School of Engineering, University of Kansas, 2002-2005
- Miller Scholar for teaching, research, and service, School of Engineering, University of Kansas. 2001
- W.T. Kemper Fellowship for Teaching Excellence, University of Kansas, 2001
- Ned N. Fleming Trust Award for Excellence in Teaching, University of Kansas, 2001
- Recognized by the Center for Teaching Excellence for excellence in the classroom, University of Kansas, 1998
- Harry Talley Excellence in Teaching Award, School of Engineering, University of Kansas, 1998
- Miller Award for Research, School of Engineering, University of Kansas, 1999
- Senior Member, IEEE, 1996
Dr. Allen joined the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at The University of Kansas as an Assistant Professor in August 1994.
Prior to joining the university, Dr. Allen was with the Allied Signal Kansas City Division were he was a Senior Staff Engineer and worked in the areas of high-speed digital design, radar systems analysis, and multi-chip module development. Prior to joining Allied Signal, he was a Senior Member of the Technical Staff at Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque, New Mexico where he successfully developed data handling systems, timing and control circuitry, direct digital waveform synthesis for advanced radar systems hardware with operating frequencies ranging from 100 MHz to 800 MHz. He also performed radar system design and analysis on a variety of programs.
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, University of Kansas, 1984.
M.S. in Electrical Engineering, University of Kansas, 1982.
B.S. in Electrical Engineering, University of Kansas, 1980.
Electronic circuits, Fiber optic communication systems, high-speed digital circuit design, and microwave remote sensing.
High-speed digital technologies and applications, Fiber optic communication systems, Lightwave/photonics systems and devices, Microwave remote sensing, Synthetic aperture, Radar design and analysis.
Senior Member of IEEE, Silicon Prairie Information Technology Group.
Honors and Awards
Eta Kappa Nu, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi.