Dr. Shunqiao Sun receives a CAREER award

  • April 11th, 2024

Dr. Shunqiao Sun received the 2024 National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER Award, for the project entitled, “CAREER: Towards Fundamentals of Adaptive, Collaborative and Intelligent Radar Sensing and Perception”. Automotive radar imaging represents a pressing technological need in perception for automotive active safety and autonomous driving. Automotive radar operating at millimeter-wave frequencies (typically around 77 GHz) […]

Internship Opportunity: Mazda-Toyota Paid Internships for ECE Students

  • February 23rd, 2024

The Alabama Productivity Center is working with Mazda-Toyota Manufacturing in Huntsville to fill a couple of ECE/CS internships for summer 2024. Dates: May 13 – August 9 Pay Range: $16 – $21 Hours: Full-time 40 hours/week Location: Huntsville, Alabama GPA: 3.0 and above   Apply here: http://apc.ua.edu/Apply   Manufacturing Systems Enhancement Project Overview: The project targets improved […]

Dr. Sevgi Zubeyde Gurbuz is named Hewson Engineering Faculty Fellow

  • February 5th, 2024

Dr. Sevgi Gurbuz was named Hewson Engineering Faculty Fellow by the College of Engineering. Dr.  Gurbuz is an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Her main research focus lies in the advancement of RF-enabled Cyber-Physical Human Systems, radar signal processing, and machine learning algorithms. Gurbuz is a 2023 NSF Career Award […]

Dr. Ajun Song is featured in an article about benefits of undergraduate research

  • February 5th, 2024

Serving as a mentor for undergraduate students can have a profound impact on their undergraduate experience. This UA News article features Dr. Aijun Song the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and one of his undergraduate researchers to learn more about the importance of mentoring students and including them in research. Link to the article

UA Leading Project to Give EV Batteries Second Life

  • October 24th, 2023

Electric vehicles batteries will find a second life in EV charging stations under a project led by The University of Alabama. With $4 million in support from the United States Department of Energy, UA is partnering with Alabama Power and Mercedes-Benz U.S. International Inc. to develop and demonstrate ways to use older EV batteries, extending […]

ME and ECE faculty receive an NSF grant for development of Affordable Robotic Lower-Limb Prosthesis

  • September 26th, 2023

NSF has awarded a grant titled “PFI-RP: Developing Market-Ready Affordable Robotic Lower-Limb Prostheses through Unified Joint Actuator Design and AI-Enhanced Multi-Modal Interactive Control” to Professors Xiangrong Shen (PI, Mechanical Engineering), Fei Hu and Edward Sazonov (co-PIs, Electrical and Computer Engineering) The broader impact/commercial potential of this Partnerships for Innovation – Research Partnerships (PFI-RP) project is […]

9-13-23 Research Seminar: Biomedical Sensors Integrating Machin eLearning-Based Hardware Architectures

  • September 12th, 2023

Syed Kamrul Islam Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO 65211 When: Wednesday September 13, 2023 2:00 pm Where: SERC 1013 Abstract Rapid development of sensor technologies, CMOS fabrication processes and wireless sensor network technologies have unlocked new and innovative applications of health monitoring systems. For long-term reliable detection of […]

Accepting Ph.D. applications – Spring/Fall 2024 Admission

  • September 5th, 2023

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering has multiple opportunities for students to embark on a fully funded Ph.D. journey within a research-intensive institution. Our students work closely with globally acclaimed researchers in cutting-edge domains such as devices and materials, electromechanical and energy systems, embedded systems (including IoT and edge computing), and electromagnetics. Student benefits […]