(Popovic, Zoya - 2015) -- Distinguished Research Lectureship Award or Honor Receipt uri icon



  • Since joining the faculty at CU-Boulder, Professor Popovic has developed several undergraduate and graduate electromagnetics and microwave laboratory courses and established a strong, active research group. The Microwave Antenna and Circuits Group designs new antennas and circuits that work in the microwave and millimeter wave range for applications in wireless communications, radar and optical communications and processing. Considered an expert in microwave antennas and circuits, Popovic holds several patents for innovations in the field.
    Popovic holds the Hudson Moore Jr. Professorship in Engineering. She is a fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the recipient of several prestigious awards for teaching and research. Among these are the National Science Foundation Presidential Faculty Fellow Award, the American Society for Engineering Education Frederick E. Terman Gold Medal, the International URSI Issac Koga Gold Medal and the Eta Kappa Nu Professor of the Year Award from her students. Popovic has twice won the IEEE Microwave Prize for Best Paper of the Year, published in the IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques.

award or honor for

  • Popovic, Zoya  Distinguished Professor and the Lockheed Martin Corporation Endowed Chair of Radio Frequency Engineering