Faculty - Electrical & Computer Engineering - Bagley College of Engineering

ECE Research Seminar with Dr. Lei- Friday, February 23 12-1pm

Please join us for our February 2024 ECE Research Seminar February 23, 2024, Friday, 12:00 – 1:00 pm, Simrall 228 https://msstate.webex.com/msstate/j.php?MTID=mec8666c684ca4d98b1fda073ba3f606b Safety-Aware Autonomous Robot Navigation, Mapping, and Control by Optimization Techniques Tingjun Lei | tl1320@msstate.edu Abstract: The realm of autonomous robotics has seen impressive advancements in recent years, with robots taking on essential roles in…

February 19, 2024


Emerging field of quantum computing advances at MSU through $500K Department of Energy grant

January 18, 2024


ECE Associate Professor Awarded Funding from NASA EPSCoR MS RID Grants

An associate professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Mississippi State University was recently awarded funding to develop human-in-the-loop heterogeneous multi-robot decision making for motion planning and mapping. Chaomin Luo received a grant from the Mississippi NASA EPSCoR Research Infrastructure Development (RID) Program for his project titled “Human-Robot Interaction-based Heterogeneous Multi-robot Decision…

December 6, 2023


Mississippi State associate professor among team awarded $5 million National Science Foundation grant

October 26, 2023


ECE Faculty Member Holds Training Sessions for EcoCAR EV Teams

Mississippi State University Electrical and Computer Engineering Associate Professor John Ball is delivering a two-part introduction to lidar for the EcoCAR EV Challenge. The first of the lidar sessions was held in September, and the second one is this month. The lidar training covers lidar basics and lidar data processing, as well as gives students…

October 6, 2023


ECE Research Seminar with Dr. Diao- Friday, September 29 1-2pm

Please join us for our September 2023 ECE Research Seminar September 29, Friday, 1:00 – 2:00 pm, Simrall 104 and WebEx https://msstate.webex.com/msstate/j.php?MTID=m5432bb7c100f5898ec39708a17017833   A New Language for Antenna Theory and Applications Junming Diao | jdiao@ece.msstate.edu   Abstract: Classical antenna theory has extensively defined and comprehended figures of merit, including impedance, directivity, and realized gain, primarily…

September 25, 2023


Faculty Research Seminar – Friday, August 25 1:00

ECE Research Seminar August 25, Friday, 1:00 – 2:00 pm, Simrall 104 https://msstate.webex.com/msstate/j.php?MTID=m4f123c26f6fd92fa8f12369a2fbbea87 The Developer as Author: A High-performance, Intuitive Approach to Literate Programming Bryan Jones | bjones@ece.msstate.edu Abstract: This presentation focuses on the development of a literate programming approach that integrates code and documentation, fostering cognitive engagement and enhancing code understandability, maintainability, and collaboration…

August 21, 2023


ECE Faculty Member Receives Funding for Sensing System on UAVs

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Assistant Professor Junming Diao received funding to develop a novel ultra-high resolution beamforming sensing system on unmanned aerial vehicles. The $90,000 from the Southeast Center for Electrical Engineering Education (SCEEE) Development Fund will help in the development of the project. Diao said there is growing interest in developing high-performance…

July 31, 2023


ECE Faculty Member Receives Funding for Detecting and Classifying Waveforms from Radio Frequency Data

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Assistant Professor Ali Cafer Gurbuz has received over $145,000 to develop a system that can automatically detect and classify varying radar and communication waveforms directly from the complex radio frequency (RF) data using more interpretable deep learning architectures. The project, titled Interpretable Complex Sinc-Nets for RF Waveform Detection and…

July 26, 2023


ECE Faculty Member on Team Receiving Patent

John Ball, Associate Professor and Robert Guyton Chair of Teaching Excellence in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, along with three other MSU professors and a MSU research engineer, were awarded US patent #11672480, “Wearable flexible sensor motion capture system” on July 13, 2023. The invention provides a novel system and device for wearables…

July 24, 2023