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Professor Vittoria received his B.S. degree from Toledo University (1963), and his M.S. degree from Toledo University (1965), and his Ph.D. Solid State Physics from Yale University (1970). His industrial experience includes 20 years in government service (Naval Research Laboratory). He has consulted for MTL (Materials Technology Laboratory and additional Industrial Laboratories). Dr. Vittoria is currently a Professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Northeastern University. His teaching interest are: Magnetism and Solid State Theory; Electromagnetic Wave Theory; Microwave Circuits, Ferrite and Superconducting Device Components; Microwave Properties of Materials, Electrical Engineering Materials.

Dr. Vittoria is interested in Electromagnetic Wave Propagation in Anisotropic Media; Physics of Magnetism; High Tc Superconductors and Weak Link Devices; Thin Film Preparation by MBE; Ferrites and Composites; Metal Hydrides; Magnetic Metal Alloys and Magnetic Superlattices; Miniature Microwave Circuits; Elementary Microwave Excitations in Solids; Stripline and Slot-line Circuits.

Selected Publications