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Purdue School of Engineering and Technology

Purdue School of Engineering and Technology

Department Announcements

ECE Students participate in IEEE Extreme Programming Contest

IEEE Extreme

Pictured are Mahmood Hosseini, Alvaro Esperanca, Zhi Huang, and Saurabh Kumar

More than 3000 teams competed over the world. The United States IEEE Region 4 consists of parts of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, North and South Dakota, Ohio, and Wisconsin (see Region 4)

Team Hackslash (consisting of Zhi Huang, and Saurabh Kumar and Veronica  D'Agosta) scored 568.94 and were ranked 2nd in Region 4; 32nd in the US; and 449th in the World

Team Singleton (consisting of Mahmood Hosseini, Alvaro Esperanca) scored 482.67 and were ranked 4th in Region 4; 37th in the US; and 545th in the World

 


MSECE Student Presents

Setu Shah presenting a water demand forecasting model that he developed at Citizens Energy. This model is able to accurately predict water demand trends for the city of Indianapolis and has been tested on data from the last five years. The project is part of the PERL initiative established by Citizens Energy to foster industry-academic collaboration.

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New On-site PhD program

Indiana Commision on Higher Education has approved the ECE department to offer the Purdue University PhD degree in Electrical & Computer Engineering. The PhD Program will Start In January 2018.

Research Study Opportunities

PhD Graduate Assitantships available contact ECE chair Brian King briking@iupui.edu

Jafari Graduate Assitantship in Computer Engineering see Jafari Assitantship


Recognition & Awards

Congratulations to the following Electrical and Computer Engineering Faculty and Students for their outstanding work, recognition, and awards! See More awards


Transportation Active Safety Institute (TASI)

Amazing things happening in the IUPUI Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering with the Transportation Active Safety Institute (TASI) . Watch our TASI team's research (in conjunction with Toyota) come to life on Discovery Channel's Daily Planet. Aired on 5/21/2015. Watch the TASI team's entire segment on the Discovery Channel website.