Representing ECE Graduate Students

The Graduate Student Council serves as the primary liaison between the larger graduate student community and the Charles L. Brown Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. It is students’ first point of contact for the department when considering important changes that affect graduate studies. The Council also serves as a platform for all students to raise important issues that concern their place and role within the department, School and University, as well as issues impacting student wellness and quality of life. The Council provides a focal point for various student societies and actively supports recruiting events for prospective and invited undergraduate and graduate students. The Council also organizes social events open to all students.

Council Members

  • Sudhir "Sid" Shenoy

    Sudhir "Sid" Shenoy


    I am a Ph.D. student in computer engineering. My research focuses on human-robot interaction using emotion recognition and adaptation in humanoid robots. My interests include filmaking, debate and swing dancing.

  • Soumee Guha

    Soumee Guha

    Vice President

    I am a Ph.D. student in computer engineering. I earned my bachelor's and master's degrees in India. I'm working on image processing and computer vision with Professor Scott Acton.

  • Faiyaz Elahi Mullick

    Faiyaz Elahi Mullick


    I am a Ph.D. student in electrical and computer engineering. My research focuses on neuromorphic computing and nanomagnetic modeling. My interests include video games, board games and science!

  • Supriyo Bhattacharya

    Supriyo Bhattacharya

    Social Chair

    I am a Ph.D. student in electrical engineering. Before joining Professor Ben Calhoun's Robust Low Power VLSI Group, I worked for leading companies like Intel and Cadence Design Systems, specializing in digital design, design flow automation and development. My interests include adventure sports like mountain biking and kayaking.

  • Golam Morshed

    Golam Morshed


    I’m a Ph.D. student of electrical engineering. My research in spintronics and nanomagnetic devices focuses on magnetic spin texture (magnetic skyrmion) to make it small, speedy, stable, and gateable for unconventional memory and logic applications. My interests include hiking and trying out new restaurants.