Making a Difference...

Undergraduate and graduate students in the WAMI Center engage in research to bring forth tomorrow's advances in wireless technology.

State of the Art...

The WAMI Center's Microwave Characterization Laboratory has advanced microwave/mm-wave measurement capability for active and passive device characterization and modeling.

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Team Work...

The 40+ graduate students in the WAMI Center collaborate, cross-train and take pride in the open working environment.

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Making it Right...

To perform research at the leading edge of technology, WAMI students often develop novel and original scientific instrumentation.

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Under a Microscope...

The WAMI Center has pioneered several new micro- and nano-device technologies.

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Teaching through Research ...

The wireless curriculum is closely linked to the WAMI research activity. In some courses, patents and refereed publications results from class projects.

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Welcome to WAMI - the Center for Wireless and Microwave Information Systems.

Research and discovery in the RF/microwave/communications areas is the primary focus of the faculty and students in the WAMI Center. To enable this research, the Center maintains state of the art facilities for microwave/mm-wave characterization, and together with the USF Nanotechnology Research and Education Center (NREC) supports a wide range of micro- and nano-fabrication capabilities. A broad spectrum of measurement instrumentation is also available for research in the communications area. The Center supports a comprehensive graduate curriculum that combines fundamental theory with many opportunities for hands-on, real-world engineering experience.

Recent News & Awards

  • We are Hosting our First WAMI Forum 2019! Come join us in this exciting evet!! Click here to learn more!

  • Arya Menon, Wins IEEE MTT-S Graduate Fellowship 2018 - Congrats Arya!

  • Arya Menon, Wins 2018 Provost's Award for Outstanding Teaching by a Graduate Teaching Assistant - Congrats Arya! (See Award Details)

  • Mohamed Abdin, Wins IEEE MTT-S Graduate Fellowship 2017 - Congrats Mohamed! (See Award Details)

  • Juan Castro, Wins IEEE MTT-S Graduate Fellowship 2016 - Congrats Juan! (See Award Details)

  • Maria Cordoba Erazo, Wins IEEE MTT-S Graduate Fellowship 2015 - Congrats Maria! (See Award Details)

  • Michael Grady, Wins IEEE MTT-S Graduate Fellowship 2014 - Congrats Mike! (See Award Details)