Team from Rutgers School of Engineering receives DOE SBIR Grant

Associate Professor Shantenu Jha is co-PI on a new SBIR grant from the Department of Energy "Fast fingerprinting and detection of materials using portable/hand-held devices and high performance computing for use in manufacturing and supply chain applications." This is a 1 year $270K project in collaboration with Chemical and Biochemical Engineering faculty members Marianthi Ierapetritou (PI) and Rohit Ramachandran and Optimal Solutions Inc. 

Shantenu Jha receives NSF Grant

Professor Shantenu Jha has won an NSF award for the project titled “ICEBERG: Imagery Cyberinfrastructure and Extensible Building-Blocks to Enhance Research in the Geosciences.” This is a three year $1.85M collaborative project between Rutgers, Stony Brook (lead), UC Santa Barbara and UC Boulder. Rutgers share of the project is $620,000.

Yingying Chen receives NSF Grant

Professor Yingying Chen has won a new NSF award for the project titled "Exploiting Physical Properties in Wireless Networks for Implicit Authentication." This is a three year $499,950 collaborative effort between Rutgers University (Yingying Chen, PI, lead institute) and Indiana University. Rutgers' share of this award is $339,950. 
 

2017 Medal of Excellence Event Recognizes Alumni Achievement

School of Engineering honored five distinguished graduates of the school at a gala event on Thursday, October 5, recognizing alumni achievement in technology and asset management, automotive safety research, telecommunications advancements, and aerospace innovation. More than 250 alumni, industry partners, faculty, and students attended the 2017 Medal of Excellence and Distinguished Alumni event which celebrated the accomplishments of John P. Cipolletti, Reates K. Curry, Andrew L. Intrater, Emeka O. Oguh (ECE), and Roman P.

How To Get Involved in Undergraduate Research in ECE and Beyond



Have you heard about research… but don’t know why you'd do it?
Have you thought about doing research... but don’t know what’s involved?
Do you want to do some research... but don’t know how?

Undergraduate research projects are a great opportunity to get exposed to more cutting-edge engineering than you see in your classes. If you are thinking about going to grad school it’s also a good chance to see what is involved in graduate research. Finally, working on a research project can build skills and experience that will be useful on the job market.

Team from School of Engineering receives NSF Grant

Dr. Dario Pompili, Associate Professor with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), is the PI on a new NSF grant from the Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) Program. The title of the project is "Enabling Real-time Dynamic Control and Adaptation of Networked Robots in Resource-constrained and Uncertain Environments" and the award amount is $999,904. This project is in collaboration with Co-PIs Javier Diez and Jingang Yi, faculty members in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE).
 

Vishwanath Sindagi and Vishal Patel win best paper award at the 2017 IEEE International Conference on Advanced Video and Signal-based Surveillance

 ECE graduate student Vishwanath Sindagi and Assistant Professor Vishal Patel paper have won the best paper award at the 2017 IEEE International Conference on Advanced Video and Signal-based Surveillance (AVSS) held in Lecce, Italy for their paper titled "CNN-based cascaded multi-task learning of high-level prior and density estimation for crowd counting."  In this paper, the authors have developed a cascaded convolutional neural network (CNN) that can accurately estimate the crowd count from a single image with arbitrary crowd density.  

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