Events and Lectures - Electrical & Computer Engineering - Bagley College of Engineering

ECE Seminar Series – Dr. Ryan Green – Antennas for Smart Cities and Smart Health: Concepts and Challenges

ECE Research Seminar – Friday, May 7th at 2:00PM Virtual Event on Webex – Scan QR code form more information      Click here for recorded lecture  Antennas for Smart Cities and Smart Health: Concepts and Challenges Ryan Green | The incremental usage of mobile devices demand for faster data rates and more reliable…

April 26, 2021

ECE and CAVS Distinguished Lecture – Dr. Wende Zhang

AI and Perception for Automated Driving – From Concepts towards Production March 19, 2021 at 2pm (Virtual Event*) Wende Zhang Sensing Systems General Motors

March 3, 2021

ECE Seminar Series – Ms. Jane Moorhead and collaborators to discuss Persistent Monitoring of Waterborne Biochemical Agents Using an Unmanned Surface Vehicle

ECE Research Seminar – Friday, March 5th at 1:00PM Virtual Event on Webex – Click here for Webex link                                                                         …

February 24, 2021

ECE Distinguished Lecture – Dr. Monisha Ghosh

The Spectrum Sharing Future: Technology and Policy Challenges March 12, 2021 at 2pm (Virtual Event*) Monisha Ghosh Chief Technology Officer Federal Communications Commission (FCC)

February 8, 2021

ECE Seminar Series – Dr. Zhao to discuss Statistical Signal Processing and Machine Learning as it relates to Energy Systems

ECE Research Seminar – Friday, January 22 2-3 pm Virtual Event on Webex – For WebEx Information, scan the QR Robust Statistical Signal Processing and Machine Learning for Cyber-Physical Energy System Reliability and Resiliency with High Penetration of DERS with Junbo Zhao | Abstract: The increasing penetration of stochastic and uncertain inverter-based distributed energy…

January 15, 2021

Spring 2021 Undergraduate Orientation information

Welcome to MSU and the Electrical and Computer Engineering department. We’ve created a set of videos of topics typically addressed at Orientation course advising and actually more so that you can start this Spring with a wealth of tools at your fingertips. If you have any questions, please feel free to email Kylie ( or…

January 4, 2021

ECE Research Seminar (Virtual Event*) – December 4th, 2pm CST

New Insights: How Bio-inspired Intelligence Assists in Robotics and Embedded Systems Chaomin Luo | Abstract: Nowadays, computational intelligence, machine learning, and, especially, bio-inspired intelligence plays an increasingly important role on electrical engineering, and mechatronics engineering including robotics, control, automation, and embedded systems. In this talk, computational intelligence, machine learning and bio-inspired intelligence methods are…

November 17, 2020

ECE Research Seminar (Virtual Event*) – November 6, 2-3pm CST

  Compressive Sensing Meets Machine Learning Ali Gurbuz | Abstract: In this talk, I will introduce several machine learning based projects going on in IMPRESS Lab and present several recent results on compressive learning. Since the revolution of digital age, sensors acquire data in a fixed way independent of the task and how that…

October 28, 2020

Joint ECE and CAVS Distinguished Lecture with Dr. Yang-Ki Hong

Join us October 23 at 2:00 pm on Webex for a lecture with Dr. Yang-Ki Hong of University of Alabama’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering as he discusses  Magnetics for Telecommunication and Electric Machines.   Abstract: First, cars powered by internal combustion engines (ICEs) will be phased out to reduce fuel emissions, thereby addressing…

October 13, 2020

ECE Research Seminar (Virtual Event*) – 10/16/2020

Securing the Dielectric Integrity of Conventional and Emerging Power Applications Chanyeop Park | Abstract: The emergence of wide bandgap (WBG) power semiconductors, advances in power electronic converter (PEC) topologies, and the improvement of device packaging and thermal management enabled the dynamic control of energy as well as the high-power-density designs of devices. However, the…

October 6, 2020