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ECE at Rutgers

Welcome to the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Our faculty and students are engaged in exciting innovation in the areas of wireless communications, computer systems and software engineering, information processing and systems, micro- and nano-electronics, next generation internet architectures, cyber security and so much more.  

ECE News

Tahsina Farah Sanam, an ECE PhD student working with Prof. Hana Godrich, has been awarded a scholarship to attend the CRA-W Grad Cohort for Women Workshop on April 12-13, 2019 at the Hilton Chicago in Chicago, IL. CRA-W, established in 1991, strives to ensure that our activities have a positive...
Professor Kristin Dana has won a new grant from Lockheed Martin for the project "Multiscale Deep Learning For Temporal Patterns." This is a one year award for $120,183. The objective of this project is to conduct graduate level research for modeling time-varying patterns using deep learning in...
ECE Assistant Professor Mehdi Javanmard has won the NSF CAREER award for the project titled "CAREER: Reconfigurable Electro-Fluidic Prescriptions (REFRx): Data-Driven Biosensors for Detection and Treatment of Multidrug-Resistant Cancers." This is a five-year $500,000 award. These prestigious...
    Assistant Professor Janne Lindqvist's research on mobile authentication was recently featured on the PBS SciTech Now program.   Janne Lindqvist  joins TV host Hari Sreenivasan to discuss this new method of password security that uses squiggly lines instead of...
Distinguished Professor Athina Petropulu has been named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).  In a tradition stretching back to 1874, the AAAS recognizes fellows for their extraordinary achievements in research and the advancement of ...
The 2018 ECE Research Day, held on November 14, was a great success. This event was a great opportunity for ECE students to present their research projects, share their creative ideas, and network with their peers. 60 posters were presented by graduate and undergraduate students, covering a diverse...
Rutgers engineering student Michael Edwin won first place for his undergraduate research project that applied electromagnetic waves in the detection of human vital signs and human tracking, during the 6th Annual Black Doctoral Network Conference in Charlotte in October. Edwin, who is a senior...