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Graduate Program
Electrical Engineering

Research Groups



Computational Intelligence

Electromagnetics and Optics

Mixed Signal Design

Semiconductor Device Characterization and Modeling

Semiconductor Processing

Signal Processing

Wireless Sensor Networks



Computational Intelligence

Computer vision, ubiquitous computing, human computer interaction, image synthesis, sensory based robotics, personal robotics,and sensory intelligence. Faculty contact: Yuichi Motai

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Electromagnetics and Optics

Electromagnetic and optical field theory and wave propagation phenomena with special emphasis on ultrawideband signal, ultrashort pulse field characteristics in complex dispersive media and systems. Applied research in bioelectromagnetics and imaging, foliage and ground penetrating radar, laser system design, and adaptive optics and beam control. Faculty contact: Kurt Oughstun

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Mixed Signal Design

Mixed signal circuit design, mixed signal ICs built-in-self-test, RFICs phase noise/timing jitter analysis and measurement, and self-repairable FPGA structure. Faculty contact: Tian Xia

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Semiconductor Device Characterization and Modeling

Faculty contact: Steve Titcomb

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Semiconductor Processing

Deposition of electronic thin film materials by plasma enhanced processes including chemical vapor deposition and sputtering. The goal of this effort is to produce electronic quality materials at low process temperatures which broadens the range of potential applications for these materials. Faculty contact: Walter Varhue

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Signal Processing

Multiresolution analysis with applications in stochastic filtering, image analysis and pattern recognition. Faculty contact: Gagan Mirchandani

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Wireless Sensor Networks

Architectures and algorithms to characterize and improve the performance of distributed (ad-hoc) wireless sensor networks. Faculty contact: Jeff Frolik

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