Scott Gillette, Center for Microwave Magnetic Materials and Integrated Circuits

Scott Gillette joined the Center for Microwave Magnetic Materials and Integrated Circuits (CM3IC) in 2009 as graduate research assistant. His adviser, Prof. Vince Harris, is also the lab’s Director. Scott is currently pursuing PhD in Electrical Engineering here at Northeastern University.  This would make him a triple-Husky as he finished Bachelors of Electrical Engineering in 2009, and finished Masters of Electrical Engineering in 2011 both at Northeastern University.   His Master’s thesis was on magnetoelectric devices.

His work at CM3IC has included research and development of:

1)    Analogue, magnetically-tunable, ferrite phase shifters and filters and accompanying tuning devices.

2)    Single crystal growth of Barium Hexaferrite.

3)   Magnetoelectric devices that act as magnetic field sensors and generators. (Most prominent work)