The COVID-19 pandemic has made this a trying year for all of us, and to say that the pandemic is changing higher education is an understatement. While this has been a year of major transformation, it’s also been a year of successful adaptation for us.
When we had to move quickly to online instruction, we did, and with great success. When we had to move to online labs, we did, despite the obvious challenges inherent in such a transition. And, happily, we’ve found that the student experience has not suffered because of it. And on top of all of this, our faculty and students have continued to engage in numerous activities outside the classroom to enhance our students’ education.
I invite you to read more about us and our ongoing activities and accomplishments.
Best wishes for a safe and relaxing summer!
Dr. Doroslovacki conducts research into signal processing, communication signals and systems, discrete-time signal and system theory, and wavelets and their applications.
Dr. Aslani teaches a variety of undergraduate courses, including the Capstone Design Program. He aims to develop more than strong engineering skills in his students. He also aims to teach them how to develop strong mindsets—the attitudes, motivation and disposition to learn.
Samson is a product designer and loves what he does. In fact, when he’s not busy designing products for a living, he does it for fun.
Grant Awards & Publications
ECE research expenditures are up significantly, with grant awards from both federal agencies and corporate partners. Take a look at the range of active research on which our faculty are working.
ECE faculty have published in a range of journals and in leading conference venues throughout the year. Take a look at our recent publications list.
Distinguished Lecturers & Dissertations
ECE doctoral student Hao Zheng, supervised by Dr. Ahmed Louri, has accepted a tenure-track assistant professor position in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Central Florida, starting Fall 2021. His research lies in the area of computer architecture with an emphasis on interconnection networks, machine learning techniques for efficient computing, and energy-efficient computer systems.
ECE doctoral student Yuede Ji, supervised by Dr. Howie Huang, has accepted a tenure-track assistant professor position in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of North Texas. Yuede will be the fourth student of Dr. Huang’s who has joined the faculty of a major research university.
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