Dr. Michel A. Kornegay (Reece) is a senior faculty researcher for the Center of Reverse Engineering and Assured Microelectronics (CREAM) in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Morgan State University. In this center, she pursues research in the areas wireless signal characterization and device authentication of IoT devices. She is also the director of the laboratory for Advanced RF/Microwave Measurement and Electronic Design (ARMMED) in which her team of student researchers do high frequency device characterization and modeling for III-V semiconductors, RF/ MMIC circuit design, highly efficient solid-state power amplifier networks, adaptable electronic components for software defined radio applications and most recently power amplifier development for sub-THz mobile communication applications. From 2018-2020, she served as the Interim Chairperson for the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Morgan State where she led a team of faculty and staff through a successful accreditation review. She received her B.S.E.E from Morgan State University in 1995 and her M.S.E.E. from Penn State in 1997. Previously, she served as a post- doctoral researcher of the Microwave Systems Section of the RF Engineering Group at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Space Department. She has a passion for education where she has developed curriculum for the RF Microwave Engineering concentration offered at MSU, one out of a few HBCUs to have a dedicated program in this area. She has also taught as an adjunct faculty member at Johns Hopkins University Engineering Professionals Program.
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