Elemagnetic wave propagation in anisotropic media, physics of magnetism, high tc superconductors and weak link devices, and ferrites and composites magnetic metal alloys and magnetic superlattices miniature microwave circuits.
Carmine Vittoria received his Ph.D. in applied quantum physics from Yale University in 1970. He was employed at the Naval Research Laboratory as a physicist. Topics of research included: magnetstrictive planar devices, magnetostatic delay lines, composite electrical and magnetic materials, computer circuits on first Navy computer, ferrites, production of planar devices.
He is employed at Northeastern University as a full professor. At NU, he has established a world class research laboratory in the development of new microwave materials. Fabricated mixer devices using high Tc superconducting devices, sub-micron planar devices, security tag devices, magnetic transducers, artificial ferrite materials, and a number of planar filter devices.
Professor Vittoria has more than 300 publications in major journals (nature,phys.rev.lett. j.app.phys and various IEEE trans pub.), more than 20 patents and many invitations to international conferences. He is a fellow of the American Physical Society and IEEE.
- PhD, Physics, Yale University
- MS, Electrical Engineering, Toledo University
- BB, Electrical Engineering, Toledo University
- Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Fellow
- K. Ebnabbasi, M. Mohebbi, C. Vittoria, “Coaxial Line Technique to Measure Constitutive Parameters in Magnetoelectric Ferrite Materials, Microwave and Optical
Components Letters, 23(9), 2013, 504-506
- M. Mohebbi, K. Ebnabbasi, C. Vittoria, “First Observation of Magnetoelectric Effect In M-Type Hexaferrite Thin Films”, Journal of Applied Physics, 113, 2013, 1-5
- M. Mohebbi, C. Vittoria, “Growth of Y-Type Hexaferrite Thin Films by Alternating Target Laser Ablation Deposition”, Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 344, 2013, 158-161
- M. Mohebbi, K. Ebnabbasi, C. Vittoria, “In-Situ Deposition of C-Axis Oriented Barium Ferrite Films for Microwave Applications”, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 49(7), 2013
- K. Ebnabbasi, M. Mohebbi, C. Vittoria, “Room Temperature Magneto-electric Effects in Bulk Polycrystalline Materials of M-and Z-Type Hexaferrites”, Journal of
Applied Physics, 113, 2013
- K. Ebnabbasi, M. Mohebbi, C. Vittoria, “Strong Magnetoelectric Coupling in Hexaferrites at Room Temperature”, Journal of Applied Physics, 113, 2013, 17C707
Mar 19, 2018
ECE Professor Emeritus Carmine Vittoria recently published the book Bitter Chicory to Sweet Espresso about events of WW II in the Naples area as witnessed and seen by a child and his family. Vittoria worked as an ECE Distinguished Professor for 15 years before retiring in 2016. Previous to the appointment as a full professor […]
Feb 16, 2017
ECE Professor Emeritus Carmine Vittoria was awarded a patent for "Apparatus and method of measuring permeability of a sample across which a DC voltage is being applied ".
Sep 23, 2015
ECE Professors Vincent Harris & Carmine Vittoria awarded patent for “Voltage tuning of microwave magnetic devices using magnetoelectric transducers”.
Dec 18, 2013
Professor Carmine Vittoria was awarded a $78K NSF Eager grant to explore Magneto-Electric Hexaferrite Thin film Devices.
Mar 12, 2013
Electrical and Computer Engineering Professors Carmine Vittoria & Vincent Harris were awarded a patent for creating an “Antenna Module having Reduced Size, High Gain, and Increased Power Efficiency”. Carmine Vittoria received his PH.D. in applied quantum physics from Yale University in 1970. He was employed at the Naval Research Laboratory as a physicist. Topics of research […]
Jun 21, 2010
ECE Professors Carmine Vittoria and Vincent Harris received another NSF grant to continue their work with single phase magnetolelectric materials at room temperature using cation engineered hexaferrite structures.
Apr 21, 2010
ECE Professors Vincent Harris and Carmine Vittoria have received a $375K DARPA grant for creating low frequency magnetic field sensors for the detection of IED and other terrorist threats.
Oct 13, 2009
ECE Professors Vincent Harris and Carmine Vittoria received a $400K NSF grant to study electric field tunable microwave magnetic passive devices.
Jun 02, 2009
Professors Vince Harris and Carmine Vittoria receive $1.4M from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Navy, and Air Force for advanced magnets and their use in next generation microwave electronics.
Jan 20, 2009
Professor Carmine Vittoria has been elected a Life Fellow of the IEEE for for his contributions to the understanding of the microwave properties of magnetic materials and their applications in microwave technology.