Faculty and students collaborate to conduct research in different areas of electrical engineering.Faculty and students collaborate to conduct research in different areas of electrical engineering.

Research

Research in the electrical engineering division spans a diverse set of intellectual disciplines. These disciplines are divided into two interrelated research interest groups:

SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS

Signals and systems contains the following sub-areas:

  • Communication systems and wireless networks
  • Information theory and coding
  • Control and large-scale systems
  • Digital signal processing, image, speech, acoustic, and tactile processing
  • Computer vision and robotics
  • Biomedical electronics

SOLID STATE AND PHOTONICS

Solid-state and photonics contains the following sub-areas:

  • Solid-state devices
  • Quantum electronics
  • Electronic materials
  • Fiber optics
  • Lasers
  • Optical materials
  • Nanophotonics
  • Spintronics
  • Microwave and electromagnetic theory
  • Computational electromagnetics

FACULTY MEMBERS

The faculty in this division consists of a large number whose teaching and research interests lie primarily in electrical engineering, as well as a few members of the department with a secondary affiliation and a primary interest in either computer science or computer engineering.

Meet the faculty in this division