Christian, Husband, Father, and Scientist.

Contact Information

My MATLAB Libraries


  • Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering
    August 2008 - August 2014
    Purdue University, West Lafayette
  • B.S. in Electrical Engineering with Distinction
    August 2003 - December 2007
    Purdue University, West Lafayette


Invited Seminars, Workshops, and Short Courses

  • D. Peroulis, D. Weinstein, W. N. Allen, D. Psychogiou, R. Gomez-Garcia, "Programmable RF Filters Based on Hybrid Acoustic-Wave Lumped-Element Resonators," Workshop presentation in the 2017 IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium, June 2017, Honolulu, HI.
  • W. N. Allen and D. Peroulis, "Introductory EE: Motivating Electrical Engineering," in 2013 ASEE MathWorks Curriculum Conference, June 2013, Atlanta, GA.
  • D. Peroulis and W. N. Allen, "A Holistic Approach to Electrical Engineering Based on the Flipped Classroom Approach," Invited presentation at Michigan State University, December 2012, Lansing, MI.



  • W. N. Allen and M. Abu Khater, Best Insertion Loss in IMS 2017 Hackathon, June 2017.
  • W. N. Allen and A. Kovacs, 2014 Rice Business Plan Competition, First Place in Challenge Round, April 2014.
  • W. N. Allen and A. Kovacs, 2014 The Big Sell Entrepreneurship Competition, First Place, March 2014.
  • W. N. Allen and A. Kovacs, 2013 IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society Video Competition, Cellular Phones and You! (How does a cell phone work?), First Place, 2013.
  • W. N. Allen, Purdue 7th Annual Elevator Pitch Competition, First Place, 2013. (re: CommSense)
  • W. N. Allen, 2012 Purdue College of Engineering Outstanding Service Scholarship for his commitment to and efforts toward enhancing the graduate student community, 2012.
  • W. N. Allen, IEEE International Microwave Symposium Student Paper Competition Finalist, 2011.
  • W. N. Allen, Frederick N. Andrews Fellowship, 2008-2012.
  • W. N. Allen, IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society Undergraduate/Pre-Graduate Scholarship for his research on High-Q Tunable Matching Networks, 2008.
  • W. N. Allen, National Consortium for Measurement and Signature Intelligence Research (NCMR) scholarship for his research on Time-Varying Circuits using MEMS/NEMS Devices, 2006.