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Research Highlights

A Microfluidic-CMOS Cross-cut Approach Enabling Tri-Modal Biorecognition for Highly Accurate Viral Diagnostics
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Assistant Professor Mehdi Javanmard is the recipient of a new NSF award for the...

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...

ECE and The Media

VISHAL PATEL'S ACTIVE BIOMETRIC AUTHENTICATION ON CBS THIS MORNING SATURDAY PROGRAM
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Assistant Professor Vishal Patel's research on Active Biometric Authentication...

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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LATEST NEWS

Novice2Expert Coding Club organized two workshops for middle school students

Submitted by admin on February 15, 2017 - 5:25pm



The Novice2Expert Coding Club organized two MIT App Inventor workshops for middle school students this year on January 14th and 15th. The goal of the 3 hour workshops was to familiarize students with basic programming concepts while they learned how to make cool mobile apps. The workshops took place in ECE Computer Lab and was led by Parneet Kaur (Graduate Student) and Umama Ahmed (sophomore). A competition was also held on February 11, 2017, where the participants showcased their own apps the created with the program and 3 winners were selected by judges while all participants received prizes.

2017 Capstone Kickoff

Submitted by admin on February 15, 2017 - 5:09pm



The Capstone Kickoff was held in the Busch Student Center. Attending were 120 capstone students, 17 industry representatives, ECE faculty and staff.

Speakers included Dr. Hana Godrich, Dr. Narayan Mandayam (ECE Dept Chair), Dr. Yicheng Lu and Don Bachman from ASCO Power Technologies.

Maryam Mehri Dehnavi receives NSF Grant

Submitted by admin on February 10, 2017 - 11:55am



Congratulations to Prof. Maryam Mehri Dehnavi on her new NSF award for the project titled "Performance-in-Depth Sparse Solvers for Heterogeneous Parallel Platforms." This is a two year project totaling $175,000 and is supported under the Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) Research Initiation Initiative (CRII).

The project conducts an in-depth investigation of performance bottlenecks in sparse solvers and reformulates their standard variants to deliver end-to-end performance. Cross-layer solutions are developed to improve data locality, reduce communication, and increase inherent parallelism in sparse linear solvers. The solutions involve multi-level algorithm restructuring and performance tuning to significantly improve the scalability and performance of sparse computations while preserving their numerical accuracy, convergence, and stability. The proposed methods and algorithms are implemented as domain-specific high-performance software and a benchmark suite to promote iterative improvements of the developed algorithms and codes.

Vishal Patel's work on De-Raining in the News

Submitted by admin on February 3, 2017 - 10:57am



Professor Vishal Patel's recent work on de-raining is featured in the publication The Outline. Along with his PhD students He Zhang and Vishwanath Sindagi, Professor Patel has recently developed an algorithm for de-raining rainy images using a deep learning method based on conditional generative adversarial networks. Please read the article entitled "Computers are learning how to see in the rain" at   https://theoutline.com/post/979/scientists-remove-rain-and-snow-from-images-machine-learning.

Peter Meer Recognized Among Top Most Influential Scholars in Computer Vision

Submitted by admin on January 17, 2017 - 12:49pm



Professor Peter Meer has been recognized as a 2016 AMiner Most Influential Scholar for his outstanding and vibrant contributions to the field of Computer Vision!

The AMiner Most Influential Scholar Annual List names the world's top-cited research scholars from the fields of science and engineering. The list is conferred in recognition of outstanding technical achievements with lasting contribution and impact to the research community. The 2016 winners are among the most-cited scholars from the top venues of their respective subject fields as of 2016. Recipients are automatically determined by a computer algorithm deployed in the AMiner system that tracks and ranks scholars based on citation counts collected by top-venue publications. The full list of the most influential scholars can be found here: https://aminer.org/mostinfluentialscholar/cv.