Donald Hummels – Professor
211 Barrows Hall
Don Hummels is a Professor and the Undergraduate Coordinator of Electrical and Computer Engineering. He’s currently teaching courses in Linear Systems, Digital Signal Processing, Controls, Power Electronics, and Electric Drives, and he has previously supported course sequences throughout the Electronics and Communications areas. His research has generally been in the area of receiver design and nonlinear signal processing strategies. He has consulted for Central Florida Technical Services (Modem design for nonlinear satellite channels) the MIT Lincoln Laboratory (Application of statistical pattern recognition for identification of targets from polarimetric radar images), the Naval Undersea Warfare Center (Detection and identification of underwater acoustic sources), and CrossRate Technologies (All-digital receiver design). He worked closely with Fred Irons in the development of a computerized test system capable of characterizing nonlinear receiver components (High-speed data converters) in the 10-1000 MHz region.
Ph.D. (1987) and MS (1985) in Electrical Engineering, Purdue University.
BS in Electrical Engineering 1983, Kansas State University.