GVSU EMC Director Recognized by "In Compliance" Magazine as a Compliance Engineering Leader
January 21, 2021
Dr. Bogdan Adamczyk, Director of the GVSU Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Center and professor of electrical engineering, has been selected as one of this year’s ‘Faces in Compliance’ by In Compliance magazine for his training and education leadership in compliance engineering.
In Compliance also highlighted the live, in-person, two-day certificate course for industry, “Principles of Electromagnetic Compatibility” taught by Dr. Adamczyk, which will be held on April 22-23, 2021 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. View In Compliance magazine’s full list of professional development opportunities.
A prolific author and contributor to the EMC field, Dr. Adamczyk has authored or co-authored over 60 papers on EMC education, measurement, and teaching; including four articles published by In Compliance during the fall 2020 semester:
- “Measuring Differential- and Common-Mode Current Radiation from Cables” discusses the common-mode and differential-mode radiation from cables and presents the measurement results from the SMPS connecting wires.
- “PCB Return-Current Distribution in a Microstrip Line” is the first in a two-part series on PCB return-current distribution, and covers the distribution of a PCV return current underneath top trace for the microstrip configuration.
- “PCB Return-Current Distribution in the Stripline Configurations,” the second article in the two-part series, continues the discussion on PCB return-current distribution by focusing on the current distribution for stripline configurations.
- “Transmission Line Reflections at the RL and RC Loads” explores the reflections on a transmission line terminated with either an RL or RC load, and includes detailed analytical derivations verified through HyperLynx simulations and laboratory measurements.
The EMC Center is an excellent model for the community/industry-engaged engineering program at GVSU. Students, faculty, and industrial partners work together in testing, developing, and designing EMC tools,” said Dr. Wael Mokhtar, Director of the School of Engineering. “We are lucky to have Dr. Adamczyk, who is a national expert in the field, leading this effort.”