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ECE at Rutgers

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ECE News

Victor Abril ENG’21 wants to learn what makes tech tick As a young child in Ecuador rising junior Victor Abril was fascinated by technology and determined to learn how things worked. “I remember my mom had bought me a toy car and as soon as she gave it to me, I wanted to know how it worked...
Becoming an astronaut is challenging for anyone, but Marissa Navarro’s dream was complicated by an eight-year fight to stay in the United States. Today, however, the Mexican immigrant is one step closer to her goal of reaching outer space. Navarro, an electrical and computer engineering student...
Athina Petropulu, Distinguished Professor of ECE, was elected President-Elect for the IEEE Signal Processing Society for the term 1 January 2020 through 31 December 2021. This is the first time that the IEEE Signal Processing Society President-Elect was elected directly by the membership....
A team of ECE faculty members led by Professor Marco Gruteser (PI) has received a new NSF award for the project titled "Reality-Aware Networks." This is a collaborative research project with Georgia State University and Old Dominion University. This project includes ECE Professors Narayan Mandayam...
Yicheng Lu received the 2019 School of Engineering (SoE) Faculty of the Year Award.  This award recognizes exceptional contributions of a SoE faculty member to the School of Engineering, the University, the engineering profession, the scientific community and/or society at large. Yicheng Lu...
National Science Foundation funding supports Rutgers professor’s collaboration to understand dark matter Coupling technological advances in data science and artificial intelligence/machine learning with established scientific theories is the basis for a study in the detection of dark matter by...
A team of ECE faculty members led by Associate Professor Dario Pompili (PI) has received a new NSF award for the project titled "Real-Time Autonomic Decision Making on Sparsity-Aware Accelerated Hardware via Online Machine Learning and Approximation.” This three-year $1.4M project includes...