Research and Activities

The research activities of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) cover a wide range of topics, including: Renewable Energy, Energy Planning Policy, Power System Operation, Planning, and Economics, Power System Modeling and Transient Analysis, Power Quality, High-Voltage Engineering, Stray-Current Corrosion, Applied Computational Electromagnetics and Magnetic Field Interference, Applications of Artificial Intelligence, Neural Networks, Fuzzy Logic, Biomedical Signal Processing, Signal Processing, Power Electronics and Drives, Power System Stability and Control, Optical Communication, Signals and Systems, Communications, Instrumentation and Measurement in Oil field/Harsh Environment, DSP Development Systems, System Modeling and Simulation, Control Engineering theory and applications, Digital System Design and Testing, FPGA and Verilog-HDL Modeling, Reliable Fault-Tolerant Computing and Design, Wireless Communications and Networking, Wireless Network Security, Network Security, Computer Engineering, Real Time Systems, Parallel Processing, Distributed Generation, Power System Protection, RF and Microwave Engineering. The ECE faculty members are currently involved in a wide range of research projects, funded by various entities.