THANKS FOR VISITING MY HOME PAGE!


I retired at the end if Spring Semester, 2007 but continue to live in Ames, Iowa. My life now revolves around my family,
historic trail research, and jazz music. I still make trips to Idaho and western Montana every summer to hike and document
the old trails through the mountains. I play jazz trumpet, jazz trombone, and classic baritone every chance and get and am
teaching myself to compose and arrange music. (Keeps me busy but this is what I want in retirement)

Please visit my other web pages at the following locations:


The information below was left on this page for historical (and nostalgic) purposes.


  Steve F. Russell, Ph.D., P.E. 

Emeritus Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Wireless Communication System Theory and Practice, DSP for Receivers, Global Positioning System, RF design, Wireless Network Security
SFR@IASTATE.EDU Phone: (515)-294-2663 Fax: (515)-294-8432

I am now retired an have no teaching schedule. The schedule below was left on this page for historical purposes. Please visit my home page at ISU.

ISU Home Page





Current Weekly Schedule (SPRING 2007)
Steve F. Russell
Area of Expertise: Communication Systems Theory and Applications (Wireless Systems, RF Design, Spread Spectrum and GPS), Wireless Network Security
Hour Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
8:00   Not
Available  
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Available

Not
Available
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Available

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Available
9:00 OFFICE 
CLASS PREP
OFFICE
CLASS PREP
OFFICE
10:00 CPRE 537
1160 Sweeney

EE 224 Lab
Coover 1318

CPRE 537
1160 Sweeney

CLASS PREP
CPRE 537
1160 Sweeney

11:00 OFFICE 
EE 224 Lab
Coover 1318

OFFICE
Curriculum
Committee
 
 OFFICE
12:00 Lunch
EE 224 Lab
Coover 1318

Lunch
Lunch
Lunch
1:10 Off
Campus
 EE 224 Lab
Coover 1318

Department
Senior
Design

Department
2:10 Off
Campus

EE 224 Lab
Coover 1318

  Not
Available

 OFFICE
  Not
Available
 
3:10 Off
Campus
 
OFFICE
CLASS PREP
 OFFICE
  FACULTY
MEETING  

4:10 CLASS PREP
CLASS PREP
CLASS PREP
CLASS PREP
  FACULTY
MEETING

5:10 .



Off
Campus

Color Key for scheduling meetings


Yearly Schedule and Position Responsibilities

My appointment at ISU is a 9-month B-base appointment. I do teaching and research for the Fall and Spring semesters of each academic year. During the summer months, I leave the ISU campus and Iowa to do field research on historic trails in the west such as the Lewis and Clark Trail and the Nez Perce Trail.
 
Position Responsibility Statement For School Year 2000-2001
Steve F. Russell, Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Russell is expected to do research and teach undergraduate and graduate courses in wireless systems and networking. He is a member of the Information Systems Security Laboratory and is expected to participate in the development of the laboratory as it seeks to gain a national reputation in Information Assurance. He will continue to develop and expand his research program in wireless network security and write grant proposals, publish journal papers, and guide graduate students. He will work to develop the credentials necessary for promotion to full professor. Expected institutional service will be to serve on such departmental, college, and university committees as deemed appropriate by the DEO. Russell's appointment is seen as 65% teaching; 25% research; and 10% institutional service. 

Updated: May 2000