Kent Chamberlin received his Ph.D. from Ohio University, specializing in computational electromagnetics. His research has been devoted to modeling radio wave propagation including interfering radiation from computing devices and wave phenomena in the human body.
Dr. Kent Chamberlin is the Chair and a Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. In his more than thirty-five years in academia, he has performed research for more than twenty sponsors, including the National Science Foundation. He has received two Fulbright awards, including the prestigious Fulbright Distinguished Chair, which he served in Aveiro, Portugal. He has also served as an Associate Editor for the Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers, and he continues to be active in performing and publishing in a range of research areas.
Dr. Chamberlin has been passionate about his teaching during his career and has received numerous teaching awards. He has experience with international higher education which has included one-semester of teaching in India. He directed and developed UNH’s first internet-based online learning program in 1998 and he has been active in online learning ever since. He was appointed by the Governor to the State’s Distance Learning Commission and he currently serves on the Boards of the Virtual Learning Academy Charter School and the Great Bay e-Charter School. As department Chair, he is working to make more of their graduate courses available online.
Ph.D., Electrical & Computer Engineering, Ohio University
M.S.E.E., Electrical & Computer Engineering, Ohio University
B.S.E.E., Electrical & Computer Engineering, Ohio University
CS 696: Independent Study
ECE 603: Electromagnetic Fields&Waves I
ECE 704: Electromagnetc Fields&Waves II
ECE 792: Senior Project II
ECE 796: Special Topics
ECE 804: Electromagnetc Fields&Waves II
ECE 901: Electromagnetic Wave Theory I
ECE 903: Antennas
ECE 992: Top/EEG Signal Analysis
Valayil, M., & Chamberlin, K. (2019). Enhancement of Parameters of Slotted Waveguide Antennas Using Metamaterials. APPLIED COMPUTATIONAL ELECTROMAGNETICS SOCIETY JOURNAL, 34(2), 272-279. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/
Croce, R., Craft, A., Miller, J., Chamberlin, K., & Filipovic, D. (2016). Quadriceps mechano- and electromyographic time-frequency responses during muscular contractions to volitional exhaustion. Muscle & Nerve, 53(3), 452-463. doi:10.1002/mus.24764
Chamberlin, K. (2015). Measuring the Impact of In-Vehicle Generated EMI On Radio Reception in an Unshielded Environment. In Electromagnetic Compatibility Analysis and Case Studies in Transportation. John Wiley & Sons. Retrieved from https://books.google.com/
Craft, A., Croce, R., Miller, J., Chamberlin, K., & Filipovic, D. (2015). Shifts in spectral power detected by Fourier and wavelet transforms during muscular contractions to volitional exhaustion. Clinical Kinesiology, 69, 5-10.
Chamberlin, K., Smith, W., Chirgwin, C., Appasani, S., & Rioux, P. (2014). Analysis of the Charge Exchange Between the Human Body and Ground: Evaluation of “Earthing” From an Electrical Perspective. Journal of Chiropractic Medicine, 13(4), 239-246. doi:10.1016/j.jcm.2014.10.001
Gross, T. S., Prindle, C. M., Chamberlin, K., bin Kamsah, N., & Wu, Y. (2001). Two-dimensional, electrostatic finite element study of tip–substrate interactions in electric force microscopy of high density interconnect structures. Ultramicroscopy, 87(3), 147-154. doi:10.1016/s0304-3991(00)00093-0
Chamberlin, K., & Gordon, L. (1995). Modeling good conductors using the finite-difference, time-domain technique. IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility, 37(2), 210-216. doi:10.1109/15.385885
Luebbers, R., Beggs, J., & Chamberlin, K. (1993). Finite difference time-domain calculation of transients in antennas with nonlinear loads. IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, 41(5), 566-573. doi:10.1109/8.222275
Luebbers, R. J., Kunz, K. S., & Chamberlin, K. A. (1990). An interactive demonstration of electromagnetic wave propagation using time-domain finite differences. IEEE Transactions on Education, 33(1), 60-68. doi:10.1109/13.53628
Chamberlin, K., & Luebbers, R. (1982). An evaluation of Longley-Rice and GTD propagation models. IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, 30(6), 1093-1098. doi:10.1109/tap.1982.1142958