Peroulis, Dimitrios

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Innovations

Innovation Title Categories Lead Inventor
Adaptive Cellular Handset Power Amplifier
2013-PERO-66517
  1. Electrical Engineering
Peroulis, Dimitrios
Battery Free Vial Printed Temperature Sensors
2016-RAGH-67408
  1. Electrical Engineering
Peroulis, Dimitrios
Sensor for Condition Monitoring of Internal Bearing State
65776
  1. Electrical Engineering
  2. Mechanical Engineering
Adams, Douglas Edward
Wireless Temperature Sensor Using Permanent Magnets
66115
  1. Electrical Engineering
Peroulis, Dimitrios
Wireless Sensor for Real-Time Bearing Condition Monitoring
2013-PERO-66549
  1. Mechanical Engineering
Peroulis, Dimitrios
Thermally-Stable Nonuniform Microcorrugated Capacitive MEMS Tuner
2015-PERO-67148
  1. Electrical Engineering
Peroulis, Dimitrios
Frequency Monitoring of Tunable High-Q Filters
2014-PERO-66755
  1. Electrical Engineering
  2. Mechanical Engineering
Peroulis, Dimitrios
Tunable Evanescent-Mode Cavity Filter with Controllable Bandwidth
65195
  1. Electrical Engineering
Chappell, William J.
Multiaxis Levitating Vibration Energy Harvester
2013-PERO-66611
  1. Electrical Engineering
  2. Mechanical Engineering
Peroulis, Dimitrios
MEMS Tunable Microwave Resonators and Filters
66238
  1. Electrical Engineering
Peroulis, Dimitrios
Improving Switching Time in Electrostatic MEMS Actuators
66236
  1. Electrical Engineering
Peroulis, Dimitrios
Nonlinear Microresonator Mass Sensor
64848
  1. Electrical Engineering
Bajaj, Anil K.

Details

Dr. Dimitrios Peroulis is a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Mechanical Engineering (by courtesy) at Purdue University. Dr. Peroulis earned a B.S. from National Technical University of Athens and an M.S.E. and Ph.D. from the University of Michigan. Dr. Peroulis was named a Purdue University Faculty Scholar, 2011 to 2016. His research focuses on microwave and millimeter-wave integrated circuits and antennas; RF MEMS (switches, varactors, inductors); novel architectures for multifunctional RF front-ends including tunable filters, antennas, matching networks, and power amplifiers; high frequency 3D interconnects; and nanoelectromechanical resonators and RF/Bio sensors.

For additional information, visit Dr. Peroulis' Purdue website: https://engineering.purdue.edu/ECE/People/profile?resource_id=2967
or his lab's website: https://sites.google.com/site/peroulisteam/