Undergraduate research projects

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: 2015 · 2014 · 2013 · 2012 · 2011 · 2010 · 2009 · 2008 · 2007
Spring 2015 Projects
Safe Cyclist Project Kaan Dogrusoz
Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP Abhishek Jindal
Reach Paul Ramirez
LN resonator-based Passive Filter Design Yiyi Zhang
Impedance Measurements Aziz Yousif
Improving hearing aids by using EEG to observe auditory attention in normal listeners Aishwarya Renu
Software Security for the Internet-of-Things Hui Jun Tay
Distributed Image Processing Database with Spark Xiaofan Li
Computer Architecture and Platform Design for Energy - Harvesting Computer Systems Mark McElwaine
Predicting Human Behavior Using Deep Learning Benjamin Siegel
System Design and Automation for Uncovering Big Mechanisms with Application in Drug Discovery and Testing Isaac Manjarres
Architecture and Platform Design for Energy-harvesting Computer Systems Graham Harvey
Reach Jacob Tesler
Singing Voice Separation From Music Recordings And Personalization Through Remix Yangyang Xia
Reach Evans Hauser
Genprog Ramsey Natour
Reach John Urbanek
Object Classification using Brain-Computer Interfaces Peter Wei
Autolab for AP CS Mihir Pandya
SPIRAL Project: Software/Hardware Generation for DSP Algorithms Sarah Spock
Real-Time Simulink Computer Brigitte Quirk
Autolab for AP CS Ilteris Canberk
Virtual Dancer Natalia Lesjack-Randall

Project administration

Students, submit and manage your research projects online.

Open Research Projects

Please see the following list of open research projects for undergraduates.