The Electrical and Computer Engineering faculty support teaching and research in several areas of electrical and computer engineering including the following: (a) antennas and propagation, (b) biomedical, (c) cloud computing, (d) cognitive radio, (e) computer architecture, (f) computer networks, (g) electronic design and test automation, (h) embedded systems and control, (i) embedded systems software, (j) internet of things, (k) large scale computing, (l) many core computing, (m) medical image processing, (n) MEMS, (o) multi-core systems, (p) nanoscale devices, (q) neural networks, (r) optics, (s) photonics, (t) power electronics, (u) power systems, (v) robotics, systems programming, (w) VLSI, and (x) wireless communications.
Professor, Ph.D. Arizona State University, 2005
Dr. Ahmed's research interests are in: (a) Nanoscale device design for electronic, optoelectronic/photonic, and energy harvesting applications; (b) Quantum phenomena and devices; (c) Peta-scale scientific computing and developing community nanotechnology software. EDUCATION ...read full profile >>
Assistant Professor, Ph.D. National Technical University of Athens, 2014
Dr. Anagnostopoulos research interests include (i) many-core architectures, (ii) run-time resource management, (iii) dynamic memory management and (iv) embedded systems architectures. Education Ph.D., National Technical University of Athens, Microprocessors and Digital Systems Lab, 2014 Diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering, National Technical University of Athens, 2008
Assistant Professor, Ph.D. University of Alberta, 2013
Office: Engineering E-110
Office Hours: TR: 11-2PM, or by appointment
Phone: (618) 453-4755
Dr. Aruma Baduge's research interests are in the broad area of communications theory and wireless communications with an emphasis on massive MIMO systems, millimeter-wave communications, cooperative relay networks, device-to-device communications, wireless energy harvesting for IoTs, and physical-layer security.
Assistant Professor, Ph.D. University of Central Florida, 2015
Dr. Asrari's research interests include (1) power systems operation and planning, (2) power systems protection, (3) power systems optimization, (4) renewable energy systems integration, (5) electricity markets analysis, and (6) smart grid. He started working in the Department of ...read full profile >>
Associate Professor, Ph.D. Duke University, 2007
Dr. Chen's research interests are in: medical image reconstruction, and low dose x-ray for diagnosis and surgery.
Assistant Professor, Ph.D. Clemson University, 2014
Dr. Chen's interests are broadly in mobile and computer networks, with current emphasis on software-defined networking (SDN) and network function virtualization (NFV), connected vehicle networks and applications, and mobile opportunistic networking and computing. Open Positions I have ...read full profile >>
Professor, Ph.D. Southern Methodist University, 1986
Dr. Gupta's research interests are in pattern recognition, neural networks, and signal processing. He has considerable expertise in designing systems for diverse problems such as automatic target recognition, brain-waveform analysis and classification, predicting item difficulties in ...read full profile >>
Associate Professor, Ph.D. University of Athens, 2008
Dr. Haniotakis' research interests are in: (a) digital VLSI Design and Test, (b) RF IC Design and Test, (c) Low Power VLSI Design, and (d) Fault-tolerant Systems.
Professor, Ph.D. University of Massachusetts Amherst, 1990
Dr. Harackiewicz's research interests are in: (a) Electromagnetics, (b) antenna theory and design, (c) microwaves, (d) microstrip phased arrays and anisotropic materials, (e) small multiband and broadband antennas, (f) PIFAs, (g) loops, (h) printed and ...read full profile >>
Professor, Ph.D. West Virginia University, 1987
Office: Engineering E-221
Office Hours: MWF: 11-12PM, 2-3PM, or by walk-in
Phone: (618) 549-5031
Dr. Hatziadoniu's research interests are in: (a) Power systems modeling, (b) simulation and control, (c) high voltage, (d) DC transmission, (e) power electronics, and (f) power systems transient.
Professor, Ph.D. Dartmouth College, 1994
Dr. Kagaris' research interests are in: (a) digital design automation, (b) design for testability, (c) sensor networks, and (d) data mining and bioinformatics. He is currently serving as an Associate Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Computers. Areas of ...read full profile >>
Assistant Professor, Ph.D. University of Maryland, College Park, 2008
Dr. Komaee's interests are in the areas of control theory and signal processing with emphasis on stochastic control, optimal control, estimation theory, and nonlinear filtering. In his current research, he applies these areas to problems in control of micro- and nano-scale ...read full profile >>
Assistant Professor, Ph.D. Purdue University, 2012
Dr. Lu's research interests include (a) HEVC/H.265 real-time video encoding algorithms and VLSI hardware architecture, and (b) Deep neural network algorithm and VLSI hardware architecture (for smart building, self-driving, pattern recognition, and video/image processing ...read full profile >>
Senior Lecturer, Ph.D. Southern Illinois University, 2001
Office: Engineering E-210
Office Hours: T: 11 - 2PM, R: 10-1PM, or by appointment
Phone: (618) 453-7044
Dr. Phegley's areas of interest include Pattern recognition and classification, digital signal processing.
Associate Professor, Ph.D. Duke University, 2008
Dr. Qin’s research interests cover signal processing, noise induced hearing loss, ultrasound medical applications, machine learning, speech processing, and medical devices.
Professor, Ph.D. Oklahoma State University, 1985
Dr. Sayeh's main research interests are in the areas of Photonics and Artificial Neural Networks. His research focuses on optical means with ANN architectures to solve engineering problems. Optical delta-sigma modulator with promise of THz ...read full profile >>
Professor & Chair, Ph.D. University of Texas at Dallas
Dr. Tragoudas’ current research interests are in VLSI Design Automation, Verification and Validation of Embedded Systems, Emerging Technologies, Hardware Security.
Professor, Ph.D. University of Arizona, 2002
Dr. Haibo Wang’s research interests are in the area of developing low-power, intelligent mixed-signal integrated circuits (IC) for sensor signal acquisition and processing. His current research focuses on: 1) low-voltage analog to digital converters (ADC), 2) novel analog and ...read full profile >>
Associate Professor, Ph.D. University of Massachusetts at Amherst, 2005
Dr. Weng's research interests are in: (a) network processing system, (b) system architecture, (c) analytical performance modeling, and (d) low power design.