Faculty Profile

Dan White


GE 205


Ph.D (expected December 2013) - University of Nebraska-Lincoln 2013
M.S., Electrical Engineering - University of Nebraska- Lincoln 2006
B.S., Electrical Engineering - University of Nebraska- Lincoln 2005


Amateur radio, Amateur Extra 

Areas of Specialization

Consulting and design of audio systems and hardware fro recording studios and live venues.

Courses Taught

GE 100

ECE 340

ECE 341

ECE 429

Research Interests

Electrical Engineering
Low power electronics spanning the analog-digital boundary.


  • " Low-Power Analog Processing for Sensing Applications: Harmonic Signal Classification", Sensors Journal, 2013  (D.J. White, P.E. William, M.W. Hoffman, and S. Balkir)
  • "Analog Sensing Front-End System for Harmonic Signal Classification", IEEE int Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), 2012  (D.J. White, P.E. William, M.W. Hoffman, S. Balkir, and N. Schemn)
  • "CMOS Self-Oscillating Class D Amplifier with Output Optimization", Audio Engineering Society Convention, 2006  (D. White, M. Hoffman, and S. Balkir)

Professional Affiliations

  • IEEE member
  • Audio Engineering Society Member
  • Eta Kappa Nu Member
  • Tau Beta Pi Member
  • Order of the Engineering Member