Millimeter and terahertz wave systems design and applications.
Electromagnetic systems, components, and materials; Optimization & signal reconstruction techniques; Computational Methods in Electromagnetics.
Doctor of Engineering – Electrical Engineering (Applied & Computational EM) – UMass Lowell
Master of Science – Electrical Engineering (Electro-Optics) – UMass Lowell
Bachelor of Science – Physics (Optics) – Magna Cum Laude – UMass Lowell
Bachelor of Music – Sound Recording Technology – Cum Laude - UMass Lowell
DeMartinis is a Senior Research & Development Engineer with the Submillimeter-Wave Technology Laboratory at the University of Massachusetts Lowell (UML STL) specializing in the development and application of millimeter and terahertz wave systems, and is also Adjunct Faculty in the Department of Physics and Applied Physics. He has acquired considerable experience in varied aspects of applied electromagnetics and related electrical engineering including design and modeling initiatives spanning the component to system levels. Prior to joining the Submillimeter-Wave Technology Laboratory he spent five years as a Senior Electrical Engineer with the Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems (IDS) Antenna & Microwave Group where he was involved in numerous antenna design and characterization efforts. As a student at UMass Lowell, DeMartinis was a recipient of the C. Daniel Cole and Charles Mingin undergraduate awards in Physics as well as the Outstanding Graduate Student Award in Electrical Engineering. He is a Senior Member of the IEEE, a member of the Tau Beta Pi (Engineering) and Sigma Pi Sigma (Physics) honor societies, as well as the Order of the Engineer.