The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department actively participates in research development year round.

Faculty and graduate students are offered state-of-the-art facilities to engage in the opportunity to research the following areas: 

  • Alternative Energy
  • Battery Modeling and Control
  • Biomedical Instrumentation
  • Communications and Networks
  • Computer Engineering & Science
  • Control Systems
  • Electromagnetics
  • Electronics and Embedded Systems
  • Energy Management
  • Hybrid Vehicle Technology
  • Imaging and Surveillance Systems
  • Motor Drives
  • Networked and Distributed Systems
  • Optical Electronics and Photonic Devices
  • Photonics an Nanophotonics
  • Power Electronics, Motor Drives and Motion Control
  • Sensors