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Research Keyword: Electrical and Computer Engineering

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Faculty: Gupta, Shalabh
Department: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Gupta’s research is focused on the science of autonomy with emphasis on two key areas: Data Analytics and Networked-Intelligent systems. Application examples include complex human-engineered systems such as a network of unmanned vehicles, distributed sensor networks, power grids, aircraft control systems, hybrid vehicles, etc. Some key research areas include autonomous machine perception, information fusion, […]
Categories | Keywords: aerospace systems, complex systems, cyber-physical systems infrastructure and security, data analytics, distributed intelligent systems, Electrical and Computer Engineering, information fusion, manufacturing systems, networked systems, path planning with applications to swarm robotics, sensor networks, smart grids, unmanned autonomous vehicles

Faculty: Jain, Faquir
Department: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Excerpt: Miniaturized wireless biosensors, that can be subcutaneously inserted using a syringe, are being developed to continuously monitor glucose and other analyte levels to manage diabetes. Quantum dot superlattice (QDSL) structures for electronics (novel 2-bit FETs, SRAM and flash memories) and high efficiency solar cells.
Categories | Keywords: acoustic optic and electro optic modulator structures, blue green semi- conductor lasers, Electrical and Computer Engineering, microelectronic/optoelectronic devices and ICs, modeling of MOS gate SiGe MODFETS, multiple quantum well light valves/modulators and SLMs, optoelectronically triggered lasers, transport in quantum wires and dots

Faculty: Javidi, Bahram
Department: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Excerpt: The Optical Imaging and 3D Visualization Laboratory under the supervision of Prof. Javidi is focused on the state of the art research for design, assembly, implementation, and testing optical and digital imaging systems, including three dimensional imaging, 3D TV, nano-scale imaging, low light level 3D imaging, 3D integral imaging systems, 3D holographic display, stereo displays, […]
Categories | Keywords: 3D displays, 3D imaging, 3D microscopy, authentication, bio-photonics, Electrical and Computer Engineering, image encryption, image recognition, object and hardware security, security

Faculty: Luh, Peter B.
Department: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Luh’s research areas include (1) Energy Efficient and Safe Buildings – optimized energy management, HVAC fault detection and diagnosis, emergency crowd guidance, and eco communities; (2) Smart Power Systems and Microgrids – smart grid, electricity markets, effective wind and solar integration to the grid, load and price forecasting, and micro grid; and (3) Intelligent […]
Categories | Keywords: Electrical and Computer Engineering, energy efficient and safe buildings, microgrid, smart power systems

Faculty: Park, Sung-Yeul
Department: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Park’s recent research efforts have focused on smart energy and power conversion systems in the distributed power network and renewable energy grid integration applications. Dr. Park seeks the way of full utilization of power electronic technologies so that: The power quality of distributed power network will be enhanced The benefit from renewable energy and […]
Categories | Keywords: battery energy conversion and management systems, building power systems and power quality, Center for Clean Energy Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, grid-connected-inverter, microgrid, power conditioning system, power electronics, renewable integration, smart building power network, smart energy and power conversion

Faculty: Pattipati, Krishna R.
Department: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Pattipati is the UTC Professor in Systems Engineering and Director of the Systems Optimization Laboratory. He has over 30 years of experience in supervising and performing research on a variety of problems including fault diagnosis and prognosis in cyber-physical systems; adaptive algorithms for Li-ion batteries in mobile applications; performance evaluation of large-scale computer and […]
Categories | Keywords: big data analytics, decision making, diagnosis and prognosis, dynamic resource management, Electrical and Computer Engineering, information fusion, machine learning, model-based systems engineering, systems theory and optimization

Faculty: Silva, Helena
Department: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Excerpt: Fundamental transport studies and device research towards more efficient electronic devices for computation, memory and energy conversion.
Categories | Keywords: device fabrication, Electrical and Computer Engineering, electrical characterization, electronic materials, Institute of Materials Science, micro/nanoelectronic devices

Faculty: van Dijk, Marten
Department: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Excerpt: In joint research with MIT, Dr. Dijk has been developing Ascend, an architecture for secure computation on encrypted data. The architecture uses new techniques that eliminate privacy leakage over the I/O pins due to memory access patterns. These new developments help in understanding what is needed for securing computation, which is central to creating trust […]
Categories | Keywords: Electrical and Computer Engineering, embedded systems security, physical unclonable functions, secure computation and storage, secure data center technology, secure processor architectures

Faculty: Willett, Peter
Department: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Excerpt: Peter Willett has been a faculty member in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of Connecticut since 1986. Since 1998 he has been a Professor, and since 2003 an IEEE Fellow. He has published 187 journal- and 395 conference proceedings-articles. His primary areas of research have been statistical signal processing, detection, machine […]
Categories | Keywords: communications, data fusion, detection, Electrical and Computer Engineering, machine learning, statistical signal processing, tracking

Faculty: Zhang, Liang
Department: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Excerpt: 1) Production Systems Engineering: The goal of this research is to develop first-principle-based methods for modeling, analysis, continuous improvement, lean design, real-time control, and energy-efficient operations of manufacturing and service systems. Applications of the research has been carried out in numerous companies such as General Motors, Ford, Chrysler, Toyota, Generac, MillerCoors, Kraft Foods, Kroger, Lexmark, […]
Categories | Keywords: battery management systems, Electrical and Computer Engineering, manufacturing systems, production control and management, stochastic systems modeling and control

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