The department conducts research in the broad areas of: Power and Energy Systems, Wireless communication, Signal Processing, Electronics and VLSI, Embedded Systems, Cryptography, Biomedical Engineering, Electromagnetics, and Photonics. The department, with 16 faculty members, currently has about 30 PhD, 25 MS students and is committed towards the long-term growth and stability of the doctoral program. Collaborative opportunities in certain areas reflecting the department’s core competencies are also available with the Center for Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE). Sponsors for the department’s research include federal agencies such as National Science Foundation (NSF), Air Force Institute of Scientific Research, Army Research Laboratory, and industries such as Intel, Medtronic, John Deere, and 3M.
We encourage you to visit our lab/faculty pages to learn more and write to our faculty members to inquire about potential research opportunities.