Joshua Schwartz hails originally from Montreal, Canada and is a new face around the Engineering Science department. He teaches the basics of circuit theory and electronics as well as their corresponding lab components.
Ph.D., McGill University
B.Eng, McGill University
J. D. Schwartz, R. Abhari, D. Plant and J Azaña, "Design and Analysis of 1-D Uniform and Chirped Electromagnetic Bandgap Structures in Substrate Integrated Waveguides," IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, v 58, n 7, pt.1, p 1858-66, July 2010
J. D. Schwartz, N. Zicha, D. V. Plant and J Azaña, "Design and Analysis of a Compact UWB Pulse Generator With Programmable Pulse Shape," IEEE International Conference on Ultra-Wideband (ICUWB), Sept. 2009.
J. D. Schwartz, J Azaña and D. V. Plant, "A fully-electronic system for the time magnification of GHz electrical signals," IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, v.55, n.2, pp. 327-34, Feb. 2007, Winner of the 2009 IEEE MTT-S Microwave Prize.
His research interests include microwave engineering, photonics, and a dash of analog circuits. He was honored with the 2009 IEEE Microwave Prize for a publication on applied dispersive microwave structures, and his doctoral and post-doctoral works have been generously funded through Canadian government agencies at federal and provincial levels. He is excited to join Trinity University and hopes to instill in his students the same passion for knowledge and understanding that motivates his teaching.