Five-year grant supports development of a theoretical platform for designing snapshot compressive imaging systems Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) assistant professor Sirin Jalal has been awarded a $554,656 National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER award to provide a theoretical framework to design, analyze, and optimize snapshot compressive imaging systems (SCI).
January 24, 2023
January 12, 2023
January 12, 2023
ECE Assistant Professor Bo Yuan is the recipient of a new NSF CAREER award for the project titled "CAREER: SHF: Chimp: Algorithm-Hardware-Automation Co-Design Exploration of Real-Time Energy-Efficient Motion Planning." Dr. Bo Yuan is the PI on this five-year $500,000.00 project.
December 23, 2022
After two years, ECE Research Day was finally back on Friday, December 16 and it was a great success. This event was an excellent opportunity for ECE students and ECE PostDoc Associates to present their research projects, share their creative ideas, and network with their peers. The 52 posters were presented by graduate and undergraduate students (including summer research, internships, and co-ops), covering a diverse range of research topics. Also, five Fall 2022 Capstone teams had a chance to showcase their senior design project:
November 15, 2022
The annual Ashok and Yohavalli Sethu Electrical and Computer Engineering Scholarship has been awarded to Nandana Pai and Adam D'Souza.
October 10, 2022
Dario Pompili has been promoted to Full Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computing Engineering in the School of Engineering, effective July 1, 2019. As Dario will continue to build his career at Rutgers, our warmest thanks for what he does at Rutgers and we look forward to his continuous excellent contributions to the ECE department and the School of Engineering. Congratulations, Dario!
September 23, 2022
ECE Professor Shriram Ramanathan and collaborators (Dr. C. Grienberger, Brandeis) have been awarded a new AFOSR grant on 'Plasticity in the mammalian brain and emulation in oxide devices’. The total obligated amount is $900K/ 3 yrs (Rutgers share: $390K). This project is related to understanding the fundamental mechanisms of plasticity in animal brains and their emulation in electronic devices. Longer term goal will be to advance physical models based on bio-plausible plasticity that could be useful to AI algorithms. Congratulations to Shriram!
September 20, 2022
Rutgers ECE Associate Professor Anand D. Sarwate has been awarded a $70,000 research contract from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratories (PNNL) as part of a larger project on interpretability and the Mathematics of Artificial Reasoning Systems (MARS).
September 11, 2022
The ECE Department is pleased to announce that John McGarvey has been promoted to the non-tenure track rank of Associate Teaching Professor in the School of Engineering, effective July 1, 2022. As John will continue to build his career at Rutgers, we look forward to his continuous excellent contributions to the ECE department and the School of Engineering. Congratulations, John!
September 11, 2022
Rutgers ECE/WINLAB researchers, Associate Professor Chung-Tse Michael Wu (PI) along with Distinguished Professor Narayan Mandayam and Professor Waheed Bajwa (co-PIs), are the recipients of an award from the National Science Foundation under the Spectrum and Wireless Innovation enabled by Future Technologies (SWIFT) program for the project entitled "Intelligent Spatio-Temporal Metamaterial Massive MIMO Aperture Arrays with Hybrid Learning-based Channel Classifiers for Spectrum-Efficient Secured Wireless Communication."