ECE Welcomes New Faculty

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering welcomes two new faculty members to the Rutgers engineering. These new instructors bring extensive experience to Rutgers, having performed research in several exciting fields. We look forward to their continued growth and innovation as part of the Rutgers Engineering faculty.
Assistant Professor

ECE Researchers win $750K Prize in DARPA Spectrum Collaboration Challenge

An ECE team led by WINLAB Associate Director Ivan Seskar along with graduate students Ratnesh Kumbhkar and Dragoslav Stojadinovic has won the $750K 5th place prize at the DARPA Spectrum Collaboration Challenge (SC2). The SC2 is the first-of-its-kind collaborative machine-learning competition to overcome scarcity in the radio frequency (RF) spectrum.

ECE PhD Graduate Bo Li wins 2017 Robert T. Hill Memorial Best Dissertation Award from IEEE Aerospace and Electronics Systems Society

Bo Li, a recent PhD graduate (2017) of the Rutgers Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) department, has won the 2017 Robert T. Hill Memorial Best Dissertation Award, given by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Aerospace and Electronics Systems Society (AESS). 

ECE Colloquium - Dr. Negar Tavassolian, Stevens Institute of Technology

Abstract: Electromagnetic waves have been employed in various settings for biological and medical applications. The interaction of electromagnetic fields with biological systems can be extremely beneficial and lead to novel medical applications. In the first part of this talk, I will discuss the use of millimeter-wave imaging technology for the delineation of skin tissues and early detection of skin cancer. Millimeter-wave imaging is a relatively established technology which is mainly employed in security screening and non-destructive testing systems.


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