ECE strongly believes in coupling the theoretical concepts introduced in the classroom with hands-on experience in laboratories or projects.
Faculty in the department are involved in research that is cutting edge and multidisciplinary, and undergraduate students of all levels of expertise are encouraged to be involved in research projects. Undergraduate research projects provide the student with the opportunity to earn academic credit while participating in the research programs of individual faculty members.
|Project||Student||Other years: 2014 · 2013 · 2012 · 2011 · 2010 · 2009 · 2008 · 2007|
|Spring 2014 Projects|
|DRAM faults||Jeremie Kim|
|Online testing techniques to locate and resolve DRAM faults||Jun Su Jang|
|PicoCTF 2014||Anita Zhang|
|New Technologies for Medication Dispensing||Obawole Idowu|
|LDO Testing and Verification||Chad Cole|
|Integrated Circuit Testing and Verification||James Hart|
|Facial Geometric Model||Yong Joon Kwon|
|Configurable computing||John Greth|
|Large Dataset Analysis and Processing Techniques||Matthew Baron|
|Test-set Ordering for Maximum Diagnosis Resolution||Jaime Kang|
|Undergraduate Student Instrument Project||Edward Nolan|
|Investigating Articulatory Features with Neural Networks for Low Resource Languages||Hernando Vidal|
|LDO Testing and Verification||Andrew Mort|
|Signal Processing in a DIY Microscopy||John Wen-Hao Lee|
|Implementation of a Novel Neurostimulation Strategy||Ana Cruz|
|Cost Benefit Analysis of FACTS Devices||Arushi Chawla|
Students, submit and manage your research projects online.