Kenneth L. Kaiser’s interest in electrical engineering began in high school with his involvement in amateur radio and strong encouragment and support from his parents. While obtaining a solid theoretical background in a number of fields in electrical engineering, he obtained additional inspiration and practical experience working in several nonacademic positions. Since obtaining a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Purdue University, he has focused his attention on the researching of topics of personal and industrial interest, on effective teaching methods, and on the writing of several books. He has been a faculty member in the ECE department at Kettering University (formerly GMI Engineering & Management Institute) since 1990, continuing with his research and stimulating his students to excel.


Professor Kaiser harnessed and ready to climb an antenna towerProfessor Kaiser dressed for some real work in the EMC Lab