Robert Wayne Newcomb

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Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley 1960 UnitedStates
Dissertation: Synthesis of Non-Reciprocal and Reciprocal Finite Passive 2n-Poles

Advisor: Charles A. Desoer

Students:
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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Shahrokh AhmadiUniversity of Maryland College Park1995
Hussain AlayanUniversity of Maryland College Park1986
Marga AlisjahbanaUniversity of Maryland College Park2000
Erhan AlparslanUniversity of Maryland College Park1974
Brian AndersonStanford University196630
Geoffrey BarrowsUniversity of Maryland College Park1999
M. Victoria BiargeUniversidad Politécnica de Madrid19831
Adisai BodharamikUniversity of Maryland College Park1971
Phichani BodharamikUniversity of Maryland College Park1971
Zhong-Ning CaiUniversity of Maryland College Park1994
Sooyoung ChangUniversity of Maryland College Park19715
Tien-Shea ChengUniversity of Maryland College Park1990
Chwei-Po ChewUniversity of Maryland College Park1994
Roberto de OliveiraStanford University1969
Marc de SavignyUniversity of Maryland College Park1993
Patrick DewildeStanford University1970215
Nikitas DimopoulosUniversity of Maryland College Park19802
Vernon DunnStanford University1962
Barbara Dziurla-RucinskaUniversity of New Hampshire1991
Ferial El-MokademUniversity of Maryland College Park1976
Roger GaborskiUniversity of Maryland College Park1983
Harry Glaze, Jr.Stanford University1971
Pedro G√≥mez-VildaUniversidad Politécnica de Madrid19828
Tri HaUniversity of Maryland College Park1977
Savvas HadjipanteliUniversity of Maryland College Park1995
Thomas HarrisonStanford University1964
Viet HoangUniversity of Maryland College Park1979
Marija HribsekUniversity of Maryland College Park1976
Edward KamenStanford University197150
William KerwinStanford University1967
George KiruthiUniversity of Maryland College Park1981
Chaya K.-KohliUniversity of Maryland College Park1977
William LawrenceUniversity of Maryland College Park1978
Imsong LeeStanford University1962
William LeeStanford University1971
Thomas LiangUniversity of Maryland College Park1974
Robert LindsayStanford University1962
Ming LiouStanford University19631
Robert MartinoUniversity of Maryland College Park1982
John McConnellStanford University1965
Carlos mendonca e MouraUniversity of Maryland College Park1978
Edward MeyerStanford University1970
John MillerStanford University1971
Samer MinkaraUniversity of Maryland College Park1992
Priti Monteiro (Shankar)University of Maryland College Park19724
Mehr ParkhidehStanford University1973
Tadikanda RaoStanford University19676
Rassa RassaiUniversity of Maryland College Park1985
V. RavindranStanford University1974
S. SaphierUniversity of Maryland College Park1981
Paul ScheibeStanford University1962
Louiza SellamiUniversity of Maryland College Park1992
Charles ShafferStanford University1965
Priti (Shankar)University of Maryland College Park19725
Bijay SharmaUniversity of Maryland College Park1972
Desmond SheahanStanford University1967
Sanjeev SinghUniversity of Maryland College Park1998
David SpauldingStanford University1964
George SyrmosUniversity of Maryland College Park1990
Julio TorresStanford University1966
Rouben ToumaniStanford University1971
Suan-Wei TsayUniversity of Maryland College Park1991
Jason VildaUniversity of Maryland College Park1996
Manjula WaldronStanford University1971
Jerome WoodardStanford University1969
Ellen WootenUniversity of Maryland College Park1997
Tzung-Cheng YangUniversity of Maryland College Park1989
Qin-Ye YinXi'an Jiaotong University19891
Jen-Dong YuhUniversity of Maryland College Park1993
Xiqun ZhuUniversity of Maryland College Park1999

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