Graduate - Electrical & Computer Engineering - Bagley College of Engineering

Two graduate students earned three awards in EcoCar Mobility Challenge

Amine Taoudi and Jonah Gandy, two graduate students in Mississippi State University’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, were selected as three awards in EcoCar Mobility Challenge 2021. Amine Taoudi, ECE Ph.D student advised by Drs. Chaomin Luo and Randy Follet was granted First Place for the Mathworks Model Based Design Award. Amine Taoudi was…

December 22, 2021


Two Graduate Students Receive Awards to Attend APEC

Mark Didat and Kazi Nishat Tasnim, two graduate students in Mississippi State University’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, were selected to receive assistance for the Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC) in 2022. The two received the Student Attendance Support award for up to $1,000 for expenses related to attending APEC, which is the leading…

December 7, 2021


Peng Wins MSU Graduate Student Research Award

  Ms. Yehong Peng, ECPE Ph.D student was awarded the first prize in the engineering category for her poster presentation in the 2021 MSU Graduate Student Research Symposium for her presentation titled, “Smart Partitioning based Fully Distributed AC Optimal Power Flow.”  Peng describes her research as the optimization of bulk power systems operation. As today’s…

November 1, 2021


ECE’s Inaugural Research Symposium

Friday, October 15, the ECE Graduate Committee hosted it’s Inaugural ECE Research Symposium.  The ECE Graduate Committee would like to announce that the Best Presentation award goes to Mr. Amine Taoudi for his presentation entitled “Design and optimization of a hybrid electric vehicle with energy efficient longitudinal control and bio-inspired trajectory planning and tracking.” He…

October 27, 2021


Zhao, Ye, and Collaborators Awarded Best Paper at IEEE IAS I&CPS Asia

Dr. Junbo Zhao, of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), along with Ph.D. student Ketian Ye and colleagues Dr. Nan Duan from the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Dr. Daniel Adrian Maldonado from Argonne National Laboratory, won the best student paper award at the IEEE IAS Industrial & Commercial Power System Asia 2021…

July 26, 2021


ECE Graduate Student Wins NASA FINESST Grant

Dylan Boyd, a graduate student in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), was recently awarded funding through Future Investigators in NASA Earth and Space Science and Technology (FINESST). Dylan’s research was one of only 58 proposals selected out of 351 submissions for funding in the Earth Science Division and 835 total proposals. The project will be…

June 9, 2021


MSU project highlighted in 2021 STEM for All Video Showcase

May 11, 2021


ECE Graduate Student Receives NSF Scholarship for Service

Matthew Duck, a graduate student in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), recently received a National Science Foundation (NSF) Scholarship for Service. Matthew, who earned his undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering in November of 2020, work with ECE Professors, Drs. Ali Gurbuz and Mehmet Kurum, in the IMPRESS Lab. The Southaven native said he first became…

April 26, 2021


ECE Graduate Student Receives BCoE Graduate Research Award

Dylan Boyd, a PhD candidate in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), was recently named the Bagley College of Engineering and Office of Research and Development (ORED) Graduate Student award winner. The Research Awards Program is designed to honor those individuals who contribute significantly to the University’s mission of research; to recognize and reward students, faculty,…

March 23, 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