Dr Michael H Kelley is Chief of the RF Technology Division in NIST's Communications Technology Laboratory (CTL). This Division develops measurement science necessary for the advancement of RF and microwave electronic and electromagnetic technologies. Programs develop and disseminate metrology needed for accurate and traceable measurements of electromagnetic quantities that characterize the properties and performance of materials, devices, instruments and systems throughout the radio-frequency spectrum.
Previously, Mike has served as served as Chief of the NIST Electromagnetics and Quantum Electrical Metrology Divisions, served as the interim NIST Boulder Laboratory Operations Director, led the NIST programs in Fundamental Electrical Measurements, and carried out basic research within the NIST Physical Measurements Laboratory.
Mike received his Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Texas at Austin and received a Fulbright Fellowship for study at the University of Kaiserslautern in Germany. Mike enjoys hiking, snowshoeing, classical music, and has been known to enjoy finding and sharing fine wines.