Awards & Recognition - Electrical & Computer Engineering - Bagley College of Engineering - Page 3

MSU congratulates third annual Community Engagement Award winners

January 11, 2021


Zhao Receives IEEE Best Associate Editor Award

Dr. Junbo Zhao received the 2020 Best Associate Editor Award for the IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid (TSG). In an email notification (official commendation letter to follow), dated December 23, 2020, the Editor in Chief of the IEEE TSG, Dr. Claudio Canizares applauded Dr. Zhao’s outstanding efforts as an associate editor. “IEEE TSG is one…

January 5, 2021


Liu Unlocking the Mysteries of Wireless Networks

In a three-year study funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), Dr. Chun-Hung Liu will work with his collaborator from the University of Michigan to fundamentally change the design and analysis of wireless networks. Traditionally wireless networks are understood using processes that do not withhold spatial repulsion – most famous of them being Poisson point…

December 17, 2020


Zhao and Argonne National Laboratory Making National Power Grid More Resilient

Dr. Junbo Zhao in close partnership with the Argonne National Laboratory through a three-year project, entitled “Macro-Resiliency of the North American Power Grid,” will aim to make the national power grid more resilient. The project is funded by the U.S. Department of Energy. The main objective of the project is to develop a computationally efficient…

December 14, 2020


Ball and Team Awarded U.S. Patent

Dr. John E. Ball (Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Associate Professor), Dr. Reuben F. Burch V (Industrial and Systems Engineering Assistant Professor), Lucas D. Cagle (ECE graduate and current Ph.D. student), Collin S. Davenport (Mechanical Engineering (ME) graduate and current M.S. student), James R. Gafford (former CAVS research engineer), Tyler J. Hannis (Center for Advanced…

December 14, 2020


Graduate Student Spotlight – Preston Peranich

October 29, 2020


ECE Faculty Leading a Multi-Institutional Team on RF Spectrum Coexistence

Drs. Vuk Marojevic, Mehmet Kurum, and Ali Gurbuz, Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Department professors at Mississippi State University (MSU), are part of the multi-institutional team that was recently awarded $900K by the National Science Foundation (NSF) under the Spectrum and Wireless Innovation enabled by Future Technologies (SWIFT) program to investigate an Artificial Intelligence (AI)…

October 28, 2020


ECE Students and Professor win IEEE Best Industry Paper Award

Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Department graduates Jackson Cornelius and Blake Brockner, currently at CFD Research Corporation, along with Drs. Seong Hyeon Hong and Yi Wang from the University of South Carolina, Dr. Kapil Pant from CFD Research Corporation, and Dr. John Ball from Mississippi State University, won the best industry paper award at the…

October 9, 2020


Team Led by Prof. Fu Wins Big

The Department of Energy’s Grid Optimization (GO) Competition is a battleground for power system engineers, software engineers, and cyber security experts. The 2020 GO competition managed by the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA-E) saw several teams battle for the net prize of $3.4M. The prize monies can be utilized to further advance the team’s technologies…

September 18, 2020


Shining stars: Meet MSU’s newest Astronaut Scholarship winners

June 8, 2020