Location: EL 301
Research interests: Space-Grant, Electromagnetics, Electrical Energy and Optical/Infrared Engineering
Doran Baker is a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Adjunct Professor of History. He serves as Co-Director for both the Rocky Mountain NASA Space Grant Consortium and the USU NASA Affiliated Research Center. He is P.I. for the SABER Science Project at USU/SDL. His first priority is teaching and mentoring students, including service as IEEE Advisor. His professional engineering and physics research specialties at both graduate and undergraduate levels are electromagnetics, space science and engineering, remote sensing, electro-optical systems, signal analysis and microelectronics. He is founder of the space program at USU. Dr. Baker serves on the USU Faculty Senate.