Dr. Ronald L. Carter
Professor Emeritus

Electrical Engineering

The University of Texas at Arlington


E-Mail                      ronc@uta.edu

EE Department Web Page        UTA Web Page

Fall:           2002 - EE 5340         2010 - EE 5340

Spring:      2011 - EE 5340         2011 - EE 5342

Summer:   2003 - EE 5345        2001 - EE 2303 Syllabus

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Ph.D., Michigan State University, 1971

M.S., Iowa State University, 1964

B.S., Iowa State University, 1962

Research Interests: Analog Integrated Circuits. Development of device models for use in computer aided design of integrated circuits, simulation and characterization of solid state devices; silicon and heterojunction bipolar transistors; photo-, step-recovery, resonant-tunneling and PIN diodes; MOS and heterojunction based field effect transistors; electronics manufacturing, statistical process control and quality management.  Full resume.

Academic and Industrial Experience: Professor Carter has been on the faculty of Electrical Engineering at The University of Texas at Arlington since 1979.  Prior to that time, he was on the faculty of the University of Michigan (Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering, 1970-1971) and the University of Mississippi (Physics, 1971-1977).  Dr. Carter was a member of the technical staff at Texas Instruments (1977-1979). He was on sabbatical at Hewlett Packard (now Agilent) in Santa Rosa, CA, where he was a National Science Foundation Industry/University Fellow (1990-91).  Summers of 2004 through 2007, he was on mini-sabbaticals at National Semiconductor in Fort Collins, COFull resume.

University Responsibilities and Service: Professor Carter is currently serving on the Publications Committee for UTA.  He is a founding officer of the Faculty/Staff Christian Fellowship, serves in a leadership role in the Campus Ministry Alliance, and is Faculty Advisor for Chi Alpha, International Christian Fellowship, and The Cornerstone. He has served as EE Associate Chair, a Faculty Senate Representative, Representative to the Graduate Assembly, EE Graduate Advisor, Chairman of the EE Graduate Program, Chairman of the Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, and Director of the NSF Center for Advanced Electron Devices and Systems.

Professional Activities:  Professor Carter is a Senior Member of The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers.  He is active in the Microwave Theory and Techniques and Electron Devices Societies of the IEEE, and served as the Technical Program Committee co-Chair for the 2004 International Microwave Symposium, and continues to serve on the TPC Chairs Committee. He has served as an officer in the Dallas Chapters of IEEE-MTT and IEEE-EDS.