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ECE Alumnus Featured in BCOE Momentum

Charlie Hudnall, a 1986 graduate in ECE and member of the ECE Advisory Board, is featured in this month’s Bagley College of Engineering Momentum series. Learn more about Charlie and his work:   The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Mississippi State University consists of 23 faculty members (including 7 endowed professors), 3 clinical…

August 23, 2021


Dr. Park Collaborates for NSF Grant

Dr. Chanyeop Park of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) was recently awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation for his research in Dielectric Properties. Dr. Park, an assistant professor in ECE, is working with Dr. Amanda Koh, an assistant professor in Chemical and Biological Engineering at the University of Alabama for…

August 20, 2021


ECE Seminar Series – Dr. Chun-Hung Liu – Federated Learning Over Massive Wireless Networks

Please join ECE’s first Research Seminar for Fall 2021 Friday, August 27 12:30 – 1:30 pm CT on Webex Federated Learning over Massive Wireless Networks Chun-Hung Liu | chliu@ece.msstate.edu   Abstract: Federated learning (FL) over wireless networks is a distributed learning technique between a server and wireless clients without raw data delivery and thereby it…

August 19, 2021


Dr. Jean Featured in MSU’s Our People Spotlight

Jean Mohammadi-Aragh has family roots at Mississippi State. Her parents are both graduates and met during their student days. Her husband and siblings also work on campus. But Mohammadi-Aragh also values the extended family the university fosters through relationships with mentors, colleagues and students—and even community members through various outreach efforts. An assistant professor of…

August 11, 2021


ECE Faculty Members Awarded Grant to Assist Transfer Students

Dr. Jean Mohammadi-Aragh, an associate professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), and her team were recently awarded a grant through the National Science Foundation (NSF) to help improve graduation outcomes for engineering students. The $1.48 million grant, titled Improving Engineering Transfer Success through Early Advising and Purposeful Community-Building, will provide scholarships, faculty mentoring, and…

August 9, 2021


MSU-led Northern Gulf Institute receives up to $86 million from NOAA for Gulf of Mexico research

Original article can be found here STARKVILLE, Miss.—The Mississippi State University-led Northern Gulf Institute is receiving up to $86 million to continue its strategic research in the Gulf of Mexico. The funding from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration will support the institute’s operations and research for the next five years. A NOAA Cooperative Institute,…

August 3, 2021


Mohammadi-Aragh receives NSF CAREER award to transform computing education

July 28, 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 Spring 2021 Newsletter

June 30, 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