John Matthew Pavlina
Areas of Expertise
RF surface coils for MRI
RF Fields and Simulation for MRI
Surface acoustic wave devices
SAW Wireless Sensor Systems
Passive RFID surface acoustic wave devices and coding
RF Lab Equipment: vector network analyzer (VNA), spectrum analyzer, signal generator, impedance analyzer, etc.
I am an electrical engineer with thirteen years of combined academic and professional experience including four years of postdoctoral research in the areas of wireless sensors, experimental radiology, RF design and simulation, and surface acoustic wave technology.
I lived in Germany for four years working as a post-doc at the Universitäts Klinikum Freiburg working on MRI coils for use with high intensity focused ultrasound ablation techniques. While at Albert-Ludwig Universität Freiburg I worked on disaster scenario technological advancements which might be employed in the rescue of buried or trapped people.
My time at the University of Central Florida in Orlando was spent trying to create novel wireless sensor technology for use by NASA. We employed surface acoustic waves as the sensor platform and created a passive system by which we could detect changes in the environment.
- Ph.D. - Doctor of Philosophy in Electrical Engineering, University of Central Florida
- M.S. - Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, University of Central Florida
- EE 340: Electric and Magnetic Fields
EE223: Linear Circuits Analysis I
EE335: Electrical Engineering 1
EE336: Electrical Engineering 1 Lab
EE340: Electric and Magnetic Fields
EGR101: Intro to Engineering
EGR115: Intro to Computing for Engineers
CEC220: Digital Circuit Design
CEC222: Digital Circuit Design Lab
Memberships and Credentials
ASEE Member since 2016
IEEE Member since 2006