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

ECE Spring 2022 Design Showcase

ECE’s Design Showcase will be held in Simrall Hall, April 28 from 2:30-4:00 PM. 51 student teams will present and demonstrate the designs that they have been working on this semester and for some this academic year. Designs come from our Intro to ECE Design 2 class and Capstone (Senior) Design I and II. The…

April 27, 2022


ECE Research Seminar (Virtual Event*) April 29, Friday, 12:30 – 1:30 pm

Please join us for the final ECE Research Seminar of the semester. Friday, April 29 12:30-1:30 pm CT on Webex Quantum Computing for Machine Learning: Introduction to Quantum Annealing and Gated Quantum Computing Yaroslav Koshka | ykoshka@ece.msstate.edu Abstract: Quantum Computers (QCs) are machines based on quantum bits (qubits) that take full advantage of the laws…

April 18, 2022


Guest Seminar – April 6 10-11am Simrall 104

Please join us April 6th from 10-11 am in Simrall 104 for a guest seminar. Grid Vital Signs and Power Systems Dynamics Vahid Madani, Ph.D., Fellow IEEE   Abstract – The Electric power industry continues to transform at an accelerating rate. Demand for bundled load is on decline which directly affects the supply side. Cascading…

April 5, 2022


ECE Distinguished Lecture – March 25 at 10:00am Simrall 104

Please join us for our March 25 ECE Distinguished Lecture 10:00 am Central Time, Simrall 104 Grid Modernization: Technological Advancements Beyond Smart Grid John D. McDonald Smart Grid Business Development Leader Grid Solutions GE Renewable Energy Abstract: This talk will familiarize participants with a vision for Grid Modernization, focusing on technological advancements beyond Smart Grid….

March 21, 2022


Workshops Presented to USDA from ECE Faculty Member and Students

Mississippi State University Electrical and Computer Engineering Associate Professor John Ball and two of his students recently assisted with workshops for researchers for the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). John Ball, who is also the Guyton Teaching Endowed Chairholder in the department, and his Ph.D. student Simegnew Alaba, presented two workshops to the USDA…

February 3, 2022


ECE Research Seminar – Friday, November 5 12:30 pm CT

Please join us for our November 5 ECE Research Seminar 12:30-1:30 pm central time Opportunities for All – What is Engineering Education Research and Why Should I Care? with Jean Mohammadi-Aragh | jean@ece.msstate.edu Abstract: Starting with the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning and moving into Rigoro us Engineering Education Research, a multitude of opportunities exist for…

November 2, 2021


ECE Research Seminar (Virtual Event) – October 22, 12:30-1:30 pm

Please join us Friday, October 22, 12:30-1:30 pm CT for our next ECE Research Seminar Wearable Sensors for Ankle Movement and Gait Analysis John Ball | jeball@ece.msstate.edu Abstract: Low-cost wearable sensors now provide accurate and precise physical measurements compared to much more expensive motion capture (MOCAP) systems. This presentation will overview the development and testing…

October 18, 2021


ECE and nSPARC Joint Distinguished Lecture – Laura Biven

ECE and nSPARC Joint Distinguished Lecture, November 05, 2021 at 10am, CDT (Virtual Event*) | WebEx Link Perspectives on Data Science from the NIH Office of Data Science Strategy Laura Biven | Branch Chief for the Data Ecosystem | Office of Data Science Strategy | National Institutes of Health | https://datascience.nih.gov   Abstract: This talk…

October 12, 2021


ECE Seminar Series – Dr. Seungdeog Choi – The “Reliability” of Power Electronics Systems (PESs)

Please plan to join ECE’s next Research Seminar – Friday, September 24, 12:30 – 1:30 on Webex The “Reliability” of Power Electronics Systems (PESs) Seungdeog Choi | seungdeog@ece.msstate.edu Abstract: The reliability of power electronic systems (PESs) has become a concern with the increased penetrations of the internet of things (IoT) enabling cyber-physical systems (CPSs) into…

September 13, 2021


ECE and CAVS Joint Distinguished Lecture – Dr. Weisong Shi – Edge Intelligence and Its Application in Connected and Autonomous Vehicles

ECE and CAVS Joint Distinguished Lecture  October 01, 2021 at 2pm, CDT (Virtual Event*)  Edge Intelligence and Its Application in Connected and Autonomous Vehicles  Weisong Shi Professor of Computer Science and Associate Dean of College of Engineering Wayne State University   Abstract: The proliferation of Internet of Things and the success of rich cloud services…

September 9, 2021