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Joseph M. Kahn

Professor
Department of Electrical Engineering
Stanford University


Research Areas

  • Current Research Topics
  • Photonic Devices and Subsystems
  • Single-Mode Fibers: Communications and Signal Processing
  • Multimode Fibers: Propagation Physics, Communications and Signal Processing
  • Multimode Fibers: Endoscopic Imaging
  • Free-Space Optical Communications
  • Multi-Input Multi-Output Radio Communications


    Research Group

  • Optical Communications Group


    Affiliations

    Present

  • Edward L. Ginzton Laboratory
  • Stanford Photonics Research Center
  • Information Systems Laboratory

    Past

  • Space, Telecommunications and Radioscience Laboratory
  • StrataLight Communications (now part of Lumentum) (Co-Founder)
  • Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, University of California, Berkeley


    Biographical and Bibliographical

  • Brief Biography
  • Longer Biography
  • Academic Lineage
  • Full Curriculum Vitae
  • Google Scholar Profile


    Courses

    Autumn 2020-21

  • EE 247: Introduction to Optical Fiber Communications

    Winter 2020-21

  • EE 102A: Signal Processing and Linear Systems I
  • EE 379: Digital Communication

    Spring 2020-21

  • Not teaching.

    Other Classes Taught

  • EE 102B: Signal Processing and Linear Systems II
  • EE 348: Advanced Optical Fiber Communications


    Administrative

    Office Hours
    Spring 2020-21: all office hours via Zoom. Please email me for an appointment.

    Contact Information
    Joseph M. Kahn
    Edward L. Ginzton Laboratory, Stanford University
    Spilker Engineering and Applied Sciences, Room 216
    348 Via Pueblo Mall
    Stanford, CA 94305-4088
    Telephone: (650) 724-9584, Facsimile: (650) 723-2666
    jmk@ee.stanford.edu

    Administrative Assistant
    Claudette Earl
    Spilker Engineering and Applied Sciences, Room 213
    Telephone: (650) 723-0227, Facsimile: (650) 723-2666
    cearl@stanford.edu

    Laboratory
    Spilker Engineering and Applied Sciences, Room 230
    (650) 725-2263


    Last modified: March 25, 2021.