Electrical and Computer Engineering Research and Facilities

Electrical and Computer Engineering Research and Facilities

Ongoing research areas for faculty in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering:

  • Advanced antenna design
  • Advanced Computer and Mobile Networks
  • Advanced dc-dc converters
  • Advanced emission control algorithms for engines
  • Digital hardware and FPGA security
  • Electrical communications
  • Microgrids
  • Nanostructured, high efficiency low cost solar cells
  • Photonic fiber sensors
  • Pin diode modeling
  • Through the wall radar imaging

 

Visit each lab’s web page for research and facility highlights.

 

Current Research Grants:

Strategies for Co-existence of Radio Telescope Arrays with Broadcast Stations and Wireless Communication Systems.” $650,000, Dr. Moeness Amin

“Mitigation of Undesirable Association Behaviors of Mobile Devices with Public WiFi Networks.” $80,000, Drs. Sarvesh Kulkarni and Vijay Gehlot

“Base-Station Multi-Antenna PIM testing in the AWS and PCS frequency bands.” $6,330, Dr. Ahmad Hoorfar

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Bijan Mobasseri, PhD

Chair
Dr. Bijan Mobasseri, Professor
Phone: 610-519-4958

Fast Facts:

19

Full-time faculty

265

ECE undergraduates

24

Master's students (Computer)

26

Master's Students (Electrical)

37

Master's Students (Cybersecurity)

19

PhD students