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True image colors
Uncovering true image colors using color space sparsification
Autonomous aquatic robots
Future of autonomous aquatic robots: gliding
Self-powered integrated circuits
Smart Infrastructure based on self-powered integrated circuits
Vanadium di oxide based smart MEMS
Uncovering secrets of evolution by analyzing Ecoli colonies
Wang's stretchable fabric on MSUToday
The groundbreaking discovery of the ink-fabricated stretchable circuitry
Fraunhofer lab takes diamond-making to next level
A "Celebrating Spartans" story on WLNS TV 6
McGough named Fellow of the Acoustical Society of America
MSU self-driving car on Lansing State Journal
The project is part of MSU’s CANVAS program led by Radha
Dennis P. Nyquist Remembrance
on Jan. 24, from 1-3 p.m.
ECE PhD student on MSU's media rollout for NAIAS
AutoMobili-D at the 2017 North American International Auto Show
Flexible device captures energy from human motion
Deb and his student receive IEEE Outstanding Paper Award
For their paper entitled "An Evolutionary Many-Objective Optimization Algorithm Using Reference-Point-Based Nondominated Sorting Approach, Part I: Solving Problems with Box Constraints"
Xiaobo Tan elevated to IEEE Fellow
New technology by ECE research team monitors indoor air quality
Making a difference
Adi Mathew, an ECE grad doing great things for MSU
Grace 2.0 Swims
Grace 2.0 swims like a fish in Higgins Lake.
Connected and Autonomous Networked Vehicles for Active Safety
U.S. Senator Gary Peters toured the Fraunhofer Center
The world’s most technologically advanced diamond mine.
Mi Zhang receives $1 million NSF PFI:BIC grant
The team will develop a smart human-centered system to enhance college counseling services
Mi Zhang wins the first-prize in a NIH challenge
Congratulations to Mi Zhang and his team!
Awards to Kalyanmoy Deb and his students
Recognition to Prof. Kalyanmoy Deb and his Students at Computational Optimization and Innovation (COIN) Laboratory
A Grandma’s WiFi system
Mi Zhang receives a $171,600 NSF grant.
Purcell receives a $413,000 NIH grant
Purcell and her team will investigate the influence of neural implants on individual cells in the brain
Mi Zhang leads the development of wearable technology for detecting health risks, depression.
2016 Spring Commencement
Congratulations to our 2016 ECE graduates!
ECE Graduate Students Receive FAST Fellowship
Congratulations to Jennifer Byford and Marisel Villafane-Delgado for receiving the Future Academic Scholars in Teaching (FAST) Fellowship.
Josh Buchalski receives MSU Scholar-Athlete Award
Congratulations to Josh Buchalski
Jes Asmussen receives MSU Technology Transfer Achievement Award
Congratulations to Jes Asmussen for receiving the 2016 MSU Technology Transfer Achievement Award
David Torres-Reyes receives DoD SMART Schola
Congratulations to David Torres-Reyes for receiving Department of Defense (DoD) SMART Scholarship award
ECE Alum Adamczyk Appointed to President and COO of Honeywell
Darius Adamczyk has been appointed to new position of President and Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Honeywell, overseeing all operating businesses and HOS Gold.
Castano Receives NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
Congratulations to Maria Castano for receiving the award from the 2016 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program
ECE Alum Krunali Patel named Vice President of Texas Instruments
Krunali Patel (MS ELEC EGR ’95) has been elected a vice president at Texas Instruments Inc. (TI).
NSF RET Site led by ECE faculty
A $600,000 NSF grant is awarded to MSU’s RET Site on Smart Sensors and Sensing Systems
Xiaobo Tan on Big Ten Network with robotic fish
The Smart Microsystems Lab, directed by Dr. Xiaobo Tan, is developing fish-like robots and exploiting them for various underwater sensing applications.
Jinyao Yan receives a Janelia Graduate Research Fellowship
Yan will study signal processing and its applications to healthcare at the Janelia Research Campus.
Khalil receives the 2015 Hendrick W. Bode Lecture Prize
In recognizing seminal contributions to nonlinear control theory and education, Prof. Hassan Khalil received the 2015 IEEE Control Systems Society Hendrick W. Bode Lecture Prize.
Udpa receives the 2015 Award for the Advancement of Women in NDT
Congratulations to Prof. Lalita Udpa for receiving the 2015 Award for the Advancement of Women in Non-Destructive Testing (NDT)
Radha Receives the MSU William J. Beal Outstanding Faculty Award
Congratulations to Prof. Hayder Radha for receiving the MSU William J. Beal Outstanding Faculty Award
ECE Faculty Visited ArcelorMittal
ECE Professors met in East Chicago with the staff of ArcelorMittal to discuss connection points via recruitment and R&D.
Diamonds are forever
$5 million investment to expand diamond-growing lab
Capstone Group earns Honorable Mention in NIH DEBUT
Team 4 from the ECE480: Capstone Course of Spring 2015 earned an Honorable Mention in the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Design by Biomedical Undergraduate Teams (DEBUT) Challenge.
New Department Chairperson - John Papapolymerou
Ioannis “John” Papapolymerou has been named chair of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE). His appointment is effective Aug. 16, 2015.
Best Poster Paper Award at the 2015 ECTC
Congratulations to Amanpreet Kaur for receiving the Best Poster Paper Award at the Electronic and Components Technology Conference (ECTC 2015) held in San Diego, CA this summer.
Zane Crawford receives DOE Award
Congratulations to ECE Senior Zane Crawford for receiving the Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellowship (DOE-CSGF).
National Academy of Inventors
Three faculty members in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering became founding members of the newly formed MSU Chapter of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI).
Self-powered sensors that communicate for bridges and buildings
Imagine a bridge or a dam that could sense a structural defect before it happens, diagnose what the problem will be and alert the authorities before something bad happens.
Elias Strangas named a Fulbright Scholar
Elias Strangas has been named a Fulbright Scholar and will teach and conduct research in Austria.
Blair Fleet "Emerging Progress Toward Excellence in Diversity Award"
Blair Fleet receives the "Emerging Progress Toward Excellence in Diversity Award"
Anthony Plummer Received Black Engineer of the Year Award
Anthony Plummer (MS ’08, PhD ’11 Elec Egr) was named the Most Promising Engineer in Industry at the annual Black Engineer of the Year Awards (BEYA) ceremony in Washington, D.C., Feb. 7.
Retired Professor Dennis P. Nyquist Makes $1 Million Committment
Dennis Nyquist, a retired Michigan State University professor, has made a $1 million commitment to benefit the MSU College of Engineering with a professorship in electromagnetics.
Honors College Students nominated for Churchill Scholarship
MSU Honors College members Irina Pushel and David Zoltowski have been nominated for a Churchill Scholarship.
Balasubramaniam Receives William J. Beal Outstanding Faculty Award
In recognizing outstanding contributions to Education and research, Shanker Balasubramaniam received the William J. Beal Outstanding Faculty Award at the Awards Convocation.
NSF CyberSEES Project
Drs. Xiaobo Tan and Hayder Radha, and their collaborators have been awarded an NSF grant from the Cyber-Enabled Sustainability Science and Engineering (CyberSEES) program.
Mason Receives NSF Grant To Establish Microsystems Technologies
Andrew Mason Receives NSF Grant To Establish Microsystems Technologies
Ahmad Alforidi Recieves 2nd Best Poster Award
First semester fellowship student, Ahmad Alforidi, receives 2nd best poster award in the IEEE SEM Fall Conference, held in Dearborn Michigan.
Article Citation Count Exceeds 9,000
The 2002 article titled "A Fast and Elitist Multiobjective Genetic Algorithm: NSGA-II" by Kalyanmoy Deb, Amrit Pratap, Sameer Agarwal, and T. Meyarivan has 9,647 citations as of 5/27/2015.
The Power Electronics and Motor Drives Lab
The Power Electronics and Motor Drives Lab consists of a low-voltage (three-phase 480-V) lab and a medium- voltage (three-phase 6,000-V) lab for conducting research, development and testing.
PTSG models developed by Prof. Verboncoeur’s group
PTSG models developed by Prof. Verboncoeur’s group capture a broad range of low temperate plasmas, with electrons temperatures of a few eV.
Prof. Lixin’s research in Mass Transport Using a Metal-Filled CNT
Prof. Lixin’s research group has been able to achieve attogram Mass Transport Using a Metal-Filled CNT for 3D Additive Nanomanufacturing.
AIMLab's Self-Powered Sensor
Researchers at Michigan State University are “creating smart infrastructure sensors that are powered by the pavement and bridges they are designed to monitor.”
IEEE Highlights Dean Aslam's mind-controlled robot
Dean Aslam is currently working on a project with mind-controlled robots that have future applications for operating drones, prosthetics, and smart homes.
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