Faculty and Staff
Paul G. Huray
|Title:||Professor, Electrical Engineering
|College of Engineering and Computing|
- Post Doc., Higher Ed. Management, Harvard, 1982
- Post Doc., Physics, University of North Carolina, 1969
- Ph.D., Physics, University of Tennessee, 1968
- B.S., Engineering, University of Tennessee, 1964
- 111 Publications
- 319 invited talks (24 keynote)
- 9 U. S. Congressional Testimonies
- Undergraduate Courses – Freshman Honors Physics for Scientists and Engineers, Freshman Modern Technology, Junior level Electromagnetic Theory I and II, Senior level Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics.
- Graduate courses - Mathematical Methods of Physics, Communications Technology, Advanced Electromagnetic Theory, Superconducting Devices, Mathematical Methods of Electrical Engineers, Signal Integrity of high speed circuits, Signal Integrity on the system bus.
- Dissertation Direction – currently 5 Ph.D. students
- Oak Ridge National Lab: Physicist in Solid State, Physics, Chemistry Divisions.
- University of Tennessee: Asst., Assoc., Full Professor, Assoc. Dean, Director - Science Alliance.
- Centre D'Etudes Nucleaires de Grenoble; Cherchur.
- The White House (OSTP): Senior Policy Analyst.
- University of South Carolina: Senior Vice President, Vice Provost, Distinguished Professor of Physics and Engineering, Interim Chairman of Computer Sciences and Engineering, Professor of Electrical Engineering.
- University of Tennessee Outstanding Teacher Award 1976.
- Industrial Research Magazine, IR-100 Award 1982.
- University of Tennessee Phi Beta Kappa Faculty Award 1988.
- The Order of The Palmetto 1994.
- University of South Carolina Distinguished Professor 1994.
- PI or Co-PI on 74 awards for $248 Million.
- Chair, FCCSET committee on Computer Research and Applications.
- Co-Chair, White House S&T Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
- Board of Directors: AMA, IRI, 88-Open, RCI, SURA.
- Vice Chair, Board of Directors for Oak Ridge Associated Universities.
- Basic Energy Sciences Advisory Board (BESAC) for the Department of Energy.
- Presidential PCAST panel on High Performance Computing and Communications.
- Vice Chair, U. S. Delegation for the Intelligent Manufacturing Systems (IMS) program.
- Vice Chair, Governor's Mathematics and Sciences Advisory Board (MSAB).
- PI and Program Director, South Carolina EPSCoR programs.
- SC Educational TV Digital Media Advisory Board.
- Chair, University-Laboratory task force for the National Coalition for R&D.
- Chair, Board of Directors for the Academic Coalition for Intelligent Manufacturing Systems
- Chair, Argonne Natl Lab Review Committee for the Decision and Info. Sciences Division.
- The UT/ORNL Science Alliance; the Distinguished Scientist Program.
- NSF S&T Centers and an administration commitment to double the annual NSF budget.
- U. S. High Performance Computing and Communications Program.
- U. S. / Japan Bilateral Agreement on R&D Cooperation in Science and Technology.
- S. Carolina Universities Research and Ed. Found. (SCUREF); the Dist. Scientist Program.
- NIST Southeast Manufacturing Technology Center.
- The Partnership in Computational Sciences: a DOE Grand Challenge Consortium.
- South Carolina - NSF State Systemic Initiative program for Science and Math Education.
- The Academic Coalition for Intelligent Manufacturing Systems (A-CIMS).
- South Carolina Supercomputer Network.
- South East Partnership to Share Computational Resources (SEPSCoR).
- USC-Intel Signal Integrity program