Faculty

MSU project highlighted in 2021 STEM for All Video Showcase

May 11, 2021


ECE Faculty Featured In MSU’s Volunteer Month Project

Dr. Jean Mohammadi-Aragh was featured in MSU’s Volunteer Month Photo Project for her Toy Adaptation project in ECE 1013 Intro to ECE Design 1 honors class. This course is typically taken in a student’s first term in Electrical and Computer Engineering to introduce the profession and program as well as introducing design concepts, teaming, and…

May 4, 2021


Gurbuz receives NSF CAREER award for research to advance smart sensing systems

April 21, 2021


Congratulations for Outstanding Instruction

The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department (ECE) at Mississippi State University would like to recognize our professors, instructors, and teaching assistants who received high marks on their Fall 2020 student evaluations. “With classes being a mixture of face-to-face and virtual, we weren’t sure what to expect. But ECE  instructors continue to go above and beyond…

February 24, 2021


MSU congratulates third annual Community Engagement Award winners

January 11, 2021


Toy Adaptation program receives honorable mention in MSU’s Community Engagement Awards

“ECE Toy Adaptation Program,” submitted by MSU Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Jean Mohammadi-Aragh, was recently awarded an honorable mention for Community-Engaged Teaching and Learning by MSU’s Center for Community-Engaged Learning, Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President, Office of Research and Economic Development, and the Division of Student Affairs. Partnering with…

January 8, 2021


Green to Develop Sensory Systems for Rapid Detection of Water Contaminants

  Dr. Ryan Green and his team will be developing an amphibious unmanned ground vehicular sensory system for rapid detection of water contaminants.  A particular focus will be on polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), which are human-made chemicals and are commonly used in consumer goods, such as clothing, paper, plastic, carpet, etc. Moreover, PFAS are also commonly…

December 18, 2020


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


Park to Investigate the Impact of Lightning on RADAR Absorbing Composites

As a leading expert on the study of lightning damage on dialectic materials, Dr. Park was asked by Gyeongsang National University (GNU) in South Korea to study various types of lighting-tolerant Glass Fiber Reinforced Plastic (GFRP) composite laminate panels with RADAR absorbing properties. These tests will be conducted at the Paul B. Jacob High Voltage…

December 15, 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