Dr. Cahay (marc.cahay@uc.edu)

Received his B.S. in Physics from the University of Liege, Belgium in 1981.
He received his M.S. in Physics and his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from
Purdue University in 1986 and 1987, respectively.

He joined the ECE Department at the University of Cincinnati in 1989
as an Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and was promoted to
the rank of Associate Professor in September 1995 and Full Professor in September 2000.

In 1991, he received support from the National Science Foundation under the Research
Initiation Program. At UC, he is the recipient of the 2012 Distinguished Teaching Award,
the Sigma Xi 1995 Young Investigator Research Award,
the Outstanding Professor of the Quarter Award from the College of Engineering Tribunal
in the Fall of 1997, and the Eta Kappa Nu ECECS Outstanding Professor of the Year Award
for the academic years 2002-2003 and 2009-2010.
He received the ECECS Dept. W.E. Restemeyer Teaching Excellence Award in 2004
and the W.H. Middendorf Excellence in Research Award in 1991, 2005, and 2011.
He has been a Fellow of the Graduate School at the University of Cincinnati since the Fall of 2001.
He became a Fellow of the UC Academy for Teaching and Learning in the spring of 2014
He is a Fellow of IEEE, ECS, and APS.

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  • Phone: (513) 556-4754 / Fax: (513) 556-7326 / email: marc.cahay@uc.edu
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  • Proceedings Volumes
  • IEEE Nano2006, Cincinnati July 17-20, 2006
  • NTC IEEE Nanotechnology Newsletter (starting date: January 2006)

  • EECE 250: Network Analysis I (Fall 2011). CLASSROOM is BA 649
  • EECE 251: Network Analysis II (Spring 2012), classroom 649, MTHF 11-11.50 a.m
  • EECE 351: Electronics I (Fall 2011). CLASSROOM is BA 645.
  • EECE 352: Electronics II (Spring 2013), classroom Rec Center room 3250, MWF 11.15-12.10a.m
  • ECECS 622: Dual Level Class on Introduction to Quantum Computing (Winter 2012): class 11-11.50a.m MWF !!!! BA 643!!! New classroom
  • ECES 753: Specific Topics in Quantum Computing (Last offered Spring 2008)
  • ECES 647: Submicron Device Modeling for VLSI (last offered Winter 2005)
  • ENED-1020: Engineering Foundations (Fall 2012)
  • EECE 6022C: Quantum Systems (Fall 2012)
  • Seminar on "Scientific Method" given to graduate students, Fall 2011. Scientificmethod2011.ppt
  • Seminar given to graduate students on April 4, 2008. Kalyan.ppt
  • Graduate Student Orientation (EMD Track, Powerpoint presentation on September 16, 2010. Grad Student Orient 2010.ppt

  • Graduate Student Symposium (1999)

  • Bloch Sphere Animation Software

    Dr. Cahay is a Fellow of IEEE and the Electrochemical Society.
    He is a member of Sigma Xi, Eta Kappa Nu, the American Physical Society and
    the Electrochemical Society.

    Dr. Cahay is the director of the Spintronics and Vacuum Nanoelectronics Laboratory.

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