Awards & Recognition - Electrical & Computer Engineering - Bagley College of Engineering - Page 4

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

MSU receives NSF funding to build testbed for 5G, advanced wireless technologies

December 19, 2019

MSU researchers address secondary-level STEM learning with $1.6 million NSF grant project

October 29, 2019

Bagley researcher wins award from the National Institute for Justice

August 27, 2019

ECE Senior Design on the Momentum TV show – video

July 18, 2018

Du named fellow of international engineering organization

March 20, 2018

Bagley College of Engineering Students like to ThinkBig!

STARKVILLE, Miss.— Bagley College of Engineering students gained firsthand experience with research project development during a competition launched last spring. The ThinkBig! competition asked teams of undergraduate and graduate students to develop projects and proposals that showcase both entrepreneurial skill and creative thinking.

August 28, 2013

BCoE teams end year with success, plan for next competitions

STARKVILLE, Miss. – Hoping to build on last year’s successes, many Bagley College of Engineering design teams look to start the fall semester with new members and fresh ideas. Starting tomorrow, August 27, these teams will begin holding interest meetings for students—both engineering and, in many cases, non-engineering majors—who would like to join their efforts…

August 26, 2013