Assistant professor Miaomiao Zhang hopes to dramatically improve success rates in patients who receive a pacemaker or implantable...
Electrical and Computer Engineering: Delivering innovative, cross-disciplinary technologies that address society’s grand challenges
Electrical and computer systems are fundamental to modern life, from smart energy management to mission-critical defense systems, from wireless communications to life-saving healthcare devices. The Charles L. Brown Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is distinguished by its highly collaborative culture as well as its core strengths in areas like terahertz and photonic devices, low-power digital systems, signal and image processing, and advanced controls. Thanks to our extensive partnerships with researchers around the University and the world, we are at the forefront of innovation in such emerging fields as cyber-physical systems and multifunctional materials integration, as well as neuroscience, smart and connected health and medical imaging.
Kyusang Lee Lee has received a prestigious award from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research to investigate promising new...
Program provides platforms and guidance to students at higher education institutions with artificial intelligence engineering programs...
Electrical and computer engineering’s Ben Calhoun is known for his design innovations in ultra-low-power circuits.
Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Assistant Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
- Emerging solid-state devices for Boolean and non-Boolean computing
- Device and circuit solutions for large-scale data storage
- Integration of novel materials and conventional devices for functional diversification
Early Career Awards
FY 21 sponsored research