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Research Keyword: Electrical and Computer Engineering

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Faculty: Anwar, A. F. M.
Department: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Mehdi Anwar currently serves as a Full Professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department. He is the Director of the NSF funded Industry University Cooperative Research Center. He has also served as the Associate Dean for Research & Graduate Education of the School of Engineering, University of Connecticut from June 2006 till May […]
Categories | Keywords: Carrier localization in one-dimensional structures, Electrical and Computer Engineering, high power quantum cascade lasers, impurity diagnostics in quantum well structures and Silicon nanowires, metamorphic HEMTs, noise in semiconductor devices, power performance of GaN-based HFETs and circuits, Sb-based type-II infrared detectors, transport in semiconductor devices

Faculty: Ayers, John
Department: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Ayers’ research focuses on the growth, modeling, and characterization of mismatched heteroepitaxial semiconductors for device applications. His research group has developed the standard approaches for modeling strain relaxation and dislocation densities in semiconductor heterostructures. These approaches address both the equilibrium configuration and the kinetically-limited relaxation and non-equilibrium defect densities. Other novel work by the […]
Categories | Keywords: Electrical and Computer Engineering, heteroepitaxy of semiconductors, II-VI and III-V semiconductors, metamorphic buffer layers for semiconductor devices, SiGe, strain dislocations, strain relaxation, x-ray characterization

Faculty: Bansal, Rajeev
Department: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Bansal’s research has been focused on the applications of electromagnetics to various commercial and defense systems. In particular, he has investigated the interaction of electromagnetic waves with dielectric bodies in the context of: RF/Microwave hyperthermia for cancer treatment Microwaves-based biomedical imaging Insulated cables Submarine communication systems Radar
Categories | Keywords: antenna design, applied electromagnetics, biomedical applications of EM waves, Electrical and Computer Engineering

Faculty: Bar-Shalom, Yaakov
Department: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Excerpt: Yaakov Bar­Shalom was born on May 11, 1941. He received the B.S. and M.S. degrees from the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, in 1963 and 1967 and the Ph.D. degree from Princeton University in 1970, all in electrical engineering. From 1970 to 1976 he was with Systems Control, Inc., Palo Alto, California. Currently he is […]
Categories | Keywords: Electrical and Computer Engineering, electro-optical sensors, information extraction from radar, multisensor data fusion, sonar, stochastic modeling of uncertainties, target tracking

Faculty: Bazzi, Ali
Department: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Excerpt: Prof. Bazzi’s research and expertise cover a wide base of power and energy applications with focus on power electronics applications. These include electric motor drives, renewable energy systems (especially solar photovoltaics), and micro-grids. In these applications, his interest is in the design and control of power electronics by considering larger system integration whether it is […]
Categories | Keywords: electric drives, electric machines, Electrical and Computer Engineering, energy reliability, fault diagnosis in energy systems, Motor Control, power electronics, solar photovoltaic energy conversion, transportation electronics

Faculty: Cao, Yang
Department: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Cao’s research has been focused on high voltage engineering and energy materials for power and medical devices. His main research interests include: (1) High electric field phenomena and devices; (2) Polymeric nanostructured materials with game changing characteristics for energy efficient power conversion and renewables integrations; (3) High voltage engineering in power and medical; (4) […]
Categories | Keywords: Electrical and Computer Engineering, energy materials, grid asset management, high electric field phenomena and devices, high voltage engineering, Institute of Materials Science

Faculty: Chandy, John
Department: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Chandy’s research has been focused on distributed storage systems, high performance computing, and systems security. His work on distributed storage systems includes parallel file systems, active storage systems, reliable disk architectures, peer-to-peer storage, and energy-aware storage systems. In high-performance computing, he has developed parallelized algorithms for VLSI CAD, distributed application frameworks, and reconfigurable computing […]
Categories | Keywords: Electrical and Computer Engineering, embedded systems security, hardware security, parallel and distributed applications, reconfigurable computing, storage systems

Faculty: Dani, Ashwin
Department: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Dani’s research has been focused on solving various estimation and control challenges in robotics & automation and other engineering domains including industrial and biomedical applications. His main research falls into the following areas: (1) Human-Robot collaboration & safety issues in manufacturing environments; (2) GPS-denied navigation of unmanned aerial systems, improved autonomy; (3) Supervisory Control […]
Categories | Keywords: automation, autonomous navigation of unmanned aerial systems, Electrical and Computer Engineering, nonlinear estimation and control theory, robotics, visual servo control

Faculty: Donkor, Eric
Department: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Excerpt: Research Interests: Design and development of fiber optics and opto-electronic devices for high-speed (40-100Gb/s) optical networks, terahertz quasi-optics radio frequency generation, optical analog-to-digital conversion, the investigation of high speed switching in fiber optics, nano-semiconductor materials and device structures, modeling and simulation of Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) Circuits including content address memories static and dynamic […]
Categories | Keywords: application of Very High Speed Integral Circuits (VHDL) to optical circuits design and simulation, Electrical and Computer Engineering, fiber optics, modeling and simulation of Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) Circuits, nano-semiconductor materials and device structures, optical networks

Faculty: Gokirmak, Ali
Department: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Excerpt: Nanoelectronics Laboratory at UConn is equipped with electrical characterization tools for semiconductor characterization. We perform temperature dependent measurements on thin films and nano-scale devices using conventional and custom made tools. We also perform electro-thermal and semiconductor device simulations using COMSOL multi-physics and Synopsys Sensaurus. Our main focus has been the electro-thermal processes at small scales […]
Categories | Keywords: Electrical and Computer Engineering, electrical characterization, electronic transport, finite element simulations, Institute of Materials Science, nano-scale, phase change memory, semiconductors, thermoelectricity

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