Professor and Associate Dean
Department of Electrical Engineering
Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering
Ronald Roedel joined the faculty in 1981 and served as Associate Dean of the Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering. He has always tried to carry out research and teaching activities in equal measure. Recently, he has become involved in curriculum reform issues, active-learning strategies, and technology-enhanced education. On the research side, he has been involved in semiconductor research for more than 25 years, first with silicon, then with compound semiconductor materials, and now with silicon again. He is the author or co-author of 35 publications and has roughly 50 presentations, two book chapters, and two patents in the fields of semiconductor characterization and engineering education.
Semiconductor materials and devices with a special interest in modeling devices made from large bandgap materials engineering pedagogy distance learning
1976, Ph.D. Electrical Engineering, UCLA
1973, M.S.E. Electrical Engineering, UCLA
1971, B.S.E Electrical Engineering, Princeton