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ECE and The Media

Elastic Pathing Research featured in IEEE Spectrum, Communications of the ACM, YouTube, Rutgers Today, and MIT Technology Review
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Prof. Janne Lindqvist's research shows that how fast you drive might reveal exactly where you...

Prof. Shantenu Jha's work featured in NSF Discovery Article
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NSF has published an article where they talk about 9 ways in which...

Dr. Lindqvist's gesture security work featured in Scientific American
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To protect your financial and personal data, most mobiles come with PIN-based security,...

User-Generated Free-Form Gestures for Authentication
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Dr. Janne Lindqvist interdisciplinary security work, to appear in MobiSys'14, the tier-1...

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Colloquia

ECE Colloquium - September 10, 2014

Prof. Janne Lindqvist, Rutgers Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering

September 10, 2014 - 10:00am

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LATEST NEWS

Professor Christopher Rose Wins Teaching Award

Submitted by admin on April 16, 2010 - 4:27pm

The Engineering Governing Council awarded the 2009 Excellence in Teaching Award to Professor Christopher Rose for excellence in teaching in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Professor Rose also received this award in 2005 and 2008.

The Center for Autonomic Computing (CAC) at Rutgers University is collaborating with Microsoft to accelerate real-world parallel and distributed applications on the Windows HPC Server 2008 platform.

For example, as part of this effort, students at at CAC are working with industry partners to enable the rapid parallel processing of large amounts of data, such as molecular data used by pharmaceutical companies, and have developed innovative autonomic solutions that can accelerate Hadoop by up to 250% for these applications.

Professor Marco Gruteser Wins National Science Foundation Career Award

Submitted by admin on March 16, 2010 - 3:40pm

Professor Marco Gruteser has received the National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development (NSF CAREER) Award to study techniques to enhance wireless location privacy in client devices such as smartphones.

Aliye Ozge Kaya, Mung Chiang and Wade Trappe Win Best Paper Award

Submitted by admin on December 30, 2009 - 3:53pm

Aliye Ozge Kaya, a Rutgers ECE Ph.D. student and a member of WINLAB, Professor Mung Chiang from Princeton University and Professor Wade Trappe from Rutgers ECE and WINLAB have won a best paper award at GLOBECOM 2009, in Honolulu, HI. GLOBECOM is the flagship conference of the IEEE Communications Society.

Dr. Peter Meer and ECE Alumnus Dorin Comaniciu Win Longuet-Higgins Prize

Submitted by admin on December 16, 2009 - 4:29pm

The Longuet-Higgins Prize is an award given annually by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), for 'fundamental contributions in Computer Vision'.

The award recognizes CVPR papers from ten years past that have made a fundamental impact on computer vision research. The medal is named after theoretical chemist and cognitive scientist H. Christopher Longuet-Higgins.