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    Prof. Laleh Najafizadeh and students Yi Huang and Li Zhu with IBM Bi CMOS implemented IC
  • The ECE 3+2 Program includes 43 students from UESTC, Chengdu, China
  • First Place 2014 Capstone Design - Paul Kania, Matthew Brazza and Minh Pham
  • First Place 2013 Capstone Award
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  • The Visual MIMO research team at work
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    Prof. Laleh Najafizadeh with Yi Huang and Li Zhu working on IC implemented with IBM Bi CMOS
  • ECE Laboratories
  • Virtual Reality Instructional Laboratory
  • The Electrical and Computer Engineering Building
  • The ORBIT Wireless Testbed
  • The Micro-Electronics Research Laboratory (MERL)
  • Undergraduate researcher working on a Visual Communication Experiment
  • Digital Signal Processing Laboratory
  • Telerehabilitation Institute - Virtual rehabilitation system for strengthening the ankle of children with CP
  • Prof. Mandayam with students
  • Testing an electronic signet ring for logging into mobile devices
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Research Highlights

Performance-in-Depth Sparse Solvers for Heterogeneous Parallel Platforms
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Professor Maryam Mehri Dehnavi is the PI on a new NSF grant entitled "...

The Power of Many: Ensemble Toolkit for Earth Sciences
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Professor Shantenu Jha is the lead PI on a 3 year NSF award for $1.25M on a...

Role of Cortical Network Plasticity in Recovery from Traumatic Brain Injury
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Professor Laleh Najafizadeh is part of a team receiving a grant from the New...

Probing Neural Connectivity at Multiple Temporal Scales
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Professor Laleh Najafizadeh is PI on a new NSF grant from the Biomedical...

ECE and The Media

Janne Lindqvist's News Article on World Password Day
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ECE Assistant Professor Janne Lindqvist, whose research focuses on gesture...

Professor Janne Lindqvist's research on smartphone interruptions featured in popular media
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Janne Lindqvist's recent work on smartphone interruptions has received a lot of...

Janne Lindqvist's research featured in "Rutgers Today"
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Smartphone Interruptions: Are Yours Relentless and Annoying?  A Rutgers study, featured in...

Vishal Patel's work on De-Raining featured in The Outline
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Professor Vishal Patel's recent work on de-raining is featured in the...

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LATEST NEWS

Doreen Sparrow Graduates After 18-Year Hiatus

Submitted by admin on May 11, 2017 - 9:42am



Twenty-nine years ago, Doreen Sparrow began her journey to become an engineer and enrolled as a freshman at Rutgers. Her experience in college, however, turned out to be anything but typical. She left school three times – to get married and have children. "It's been a long road," says Doreen, who has six children ranging in age from 14 to 26. When she finally receives her degree from the School of Engineering on Sunday (Mother's Day), Doreen will not only reach a goal that took her nearly three decades to achieve, but she will also see her youngest son, Khalif Hall, earn his bachelor's degree from Rutgers’ School of Arts and Sciences in criminal justice.

Read Doreen's inspiring story at   Rutgers Today

Janne Lindqvist's News Article on World Password Day

Submitted by admin on May 9, 2017 - 6:29pm
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ECE Assistant Professor Janne Lindqvist, whose research focuses on gesture recognition based passwords, recently wrote an article on password security on the occasion of World Password Day (May 4, 2017). Please see the article reproduced at Scientific American here

Rutgers Day 2017

Submitted by admin on May 3, 2017 - 5:53pm



Rutgers Day was held on Saturday, April 29th in the Engineering Quad. ECE had a large tent just behind the SoE Building and many people showed up…fortunately the weather after the early-morning storm cooperated throughout the joyful event.

Professor Dario Pompili was in charge of the ECE Department's Rutgers Day planning. Dr. Pompili said "A special thank goes to our faculty, Hana Godrich, Waheed Bajwa, Janne Lindqvist, Yanyong Zhang, Anand Sarwate, Vishal M. Patel, and Maryam Mehri Dehnavi , and their students — Wanshu (Wayne) Sun and his capstone group, Xing Di, Mahdi Abavisani, Subu, Xiaoyi Tang, Feng Rong, Zhe Chang, Jingxuan Chen, Rong Zhang, Zhenhua Jia, Chris Mitropoulos and his team mates, Hafiz Imtiaz, Nicholas Frost and his group, and Poornima Suresh and her capstone group — to present their ongoing research and capstone projects, which showed a very good diversity in the topics and areas ECE encompasses. Let me also thank my capstoneers — Allen Tung, Calvin Li, and Anthony Wong — to volunteer and present their underwater adaptive sampling project.

All the poster presentations and demos were excellent and very helpful for potential students as well as for their families to learn about the academic programs and culture at the ECE Department.

The IEEE student organization led by Niral Shah as well as the Electronics Club engaged effectively with our young visitors and their families.

Last, but not least, the ECE activities carried out during this Rutgers Day would have not been possible without our staff often working behind the scenes; specifically, this year my appreciation goes to John Scafidi and Arletta Hoscilowicz for helping out and doing everything needed to support our event, and to Ora Titus for interfacing with SoE in the past two months."

Photos from Rutgers Day 2017 and a short video are available on the Rutgers ECE Department Facebook page located at https://www.facebook.com/Department-of-Electrical-and-Computer-Engineering-Rutgers-University-102445529877324/.

ECE Capstone Expo Day and Top Ten Award Winners

Submitted by admin on April 27, 2017 - 1:42pm



We would like to congratulate this year’s senior students who participated in the ECE capstone program and their advisers for a job well done!

Over 200 students participated in this year capstone program, forming 55 teams. Our students’ capabilities, creativity, and engineering skills were reflected in this year projects.

Capstone Expo, held April 26th at the EE building hallways, was the culmination of the hard work our students put towards their capstone projects. A panel of 21 judges joint us today to identify the top ten projects. Our judges were very impressed with the quality of the projects and commended our students’ capabilities and enthusiasm. The capstone teams did a fantastic job and made us all proud!

Before we announce the top ten projects I would like to thank everyone involved with this year’s capstone program:

Many advisers undertook students’ guidance this year. We would like to thank the ECE faculty who supported the program and advisers inside and outside of Rutgers who contributed their time and effort to help our students. Their efforts and support is key to the success of our capstone program and the students’ learning experience.



Professor Emina Soljanin has received the 2017 Outstanding Engineering Alumni Award from the College of Engineering at Texas A&M University. The citation for the award reads: 

"In recognition of her preeminent research in coding theory, information theory and network coding; for her contributions to major breakthroughs in the design and analysis of efficient, reliable and secure networking and storage systems; for designing the first distance enhancing codes for commercial magnetic storage devices, forward error correction for optical transmission schemes, algorithms for quantum computation, and link error prediction methods for cellular network standards."

Please see a link to the announcement here.

Congratulations on this wonderful recognition, Emina!