Professor of Electrical Engineering
Boston University

Experimental Electromagnetics
Bio-Electrostatics
Electrostatics in MEMS

Electrostatics in Industry
Electrostatic Safety

Current Research Projects Include:

ELECTRODYNAMIC SCREEN VIDEO

  • Nanopulse Transdermal Drug Delivery
  • Electrostatic Properties of Nanoparticles
  • MEMS Retroreflector Systems
  • Electrostatic Surface Discharges

PhD 1978, Electrical Engineering
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

MS, 1975, Electrical Engineering
University of California at Berkeley

IEEE: Senior Member

Registered Professional Electrical Engineer (Massachusetts)

NARTE Certified Electrostatic Discharge Engineer

Journal of Electrostatics, Editor-in-Chief

Past President of the Electrostatics Society of America (1999-2003)

Specializing in Difficult and Obscure Problems in Electrostatics

 
 

Contact Information:

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering - Boston University
8 Saint Mary's Street, Rm 527
Boston, MA 02215
Phone:  617-353-9052
Fax: 617-353-6440
Email: mnh@bu.edu

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