Dr. Stephen Kim: Awarded a Research Grant from the National IT Industry Promotion Agency.
Research Title: Development of Real-Time Network Simulator using Openflow.
Dr. Euzeli dos Santos Awarded (2) Research Grants
International Development Fund (IDF)
Title: Multilevel Power Electronics Converters with Fault Tolerance Capability
Research Grant from Developing Diverse Researchers with Investigative Expertise (DRIVE)
Title: Two-Phase Microgrid System.
Dr. Lauren Christopher Awarded a Curriculum Grant (CEG) for her pursuit of excellence and innovation in teaching!
Dr. Jaewhan Lee Awarded (2 )Research Grants
MKE, KEITand ETRI (South Korea)
Title: Development of Key Technologies for Big Data Analysis and Management Software based on Next Generation Memory
Research Grant from IUCRG (university internal grant)
Title: Real-time Processing and Visualization for Cellular resolution Ophthalmoscopy
Dr. Paul Salama ~ Recipient of the Abraham M Max Distinguished Professor Award
Dr. Steven Rovnyak ~ Recipient of the 2013 Trustees Teaching Award (TTA)
Congratulations to Prof. Eliza Du and her Ph.D. student Kai Yang in receiving the Purdue Research Foundation (PRF) Grant
for their research in image processing and pattern recognition at
the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue School of Engineering and Technology, Indiana Univ.-Purdue Univ. Indianapolis. This grant is a one-year award made by the Office of Vice President for Research in Purdue Univerersity.
This year, only one award was given to the School of Engienering!
Minor in Electrical and Computer Engineering
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Congratulations to the 2013 ECE Student Award Winners!
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Electrical and Computer Engineering at IUPUI is an exciting way to expand your technical knowledge, gain new skills in research, and advance your career. The department boasts outstanding faculty who are actively involved in cutting-edge research (both basic and applied). The department’s research laboratories (Digital Signal/Image Processing, VLSI Design Lab, Networking and Security Lab, Intelligent Control and Systems Lab, Pattern Recognition and Biometrics Lab) are well equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and software and hardware tools and available to students for their advanced projects and thesis research. These laboratories are supported by a wide range of research grants from government agencies, industry and private foundations. Faculty and students actively participate in several school and campus-wide interdisciplinary research centers such as the Transportation Active Safety Institute and the Richard G. Lugar Center for Renewable Energy.
Faculty Members of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering are industry professionals and engineering scientists with advanced degrees and specialized training. Our faculty prepares students to design, develop and manage processes, systems and components related to communications and signals processing, power systems, control and robotics, manufacturing, and microelectronics.
Please contact our department at (317) 274-9726 We look forward to hearing from you and welcome your inquiries and comments.
Dr. Yaobin Chen
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EW in ECE
What is Electrical Engineering? Electrical Engineering (EE) is much more than just building electrical circuits. Electrical engineers are responsible for integrating electronic devices, communication systems, and electric power into all aspects of our daily lives. The EE program is designed to prepare students to work in manufacturing, energy systems, robotics, circuits, communications, information processing and biomedical engineering.
What is Computer Engineering? Computer engineering (CmpE) is an evolutionary degree program that has emerged from electrical engineering and computer science that deals with many aspects of computer systems. This degree program combines analytical skills, hardware expertise, and software knowledge. Computer engineers may design computer systems, networks, operating systems, or software.
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Experienced, world-class faculty and caring staff
Convenient and exciting downtown location
Globally recognized Purdue engineering degrees
Strong connections with local and national industry
Small class size and diverse student population
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