Our faculty, students and researchers are actively engaged in
research in the areas of Signals, Communications and Networking;
Solid State Electronics; Optics and Photonics; and Energy
The group carries out research that encompasses fundamental aspects of signal acquisition, signal representation and processing, digital signal waveform design, single and multi-user wireless transceiver-to-transceiver communications, and wireless multi-hop networked communications.
Faculty in the solid-state electronics area undertake research into cutting-edge electronic devices and circuits, with broad application to state-of-the-art technologies. These include high-performance, high-speed, computer and communication networks, "smart" medical devices, and alternative energy sources.
Research in Optics and Photonics relies on a synergy of fundamental physics, materials science, numerical modeling, and device applications. Research in this area has diverse applications, such as ultra-high resolution imaging, photovoltaics, sensing, quantum cryptography and secure communications.
The Energy Systems Area focuses on various aspects of the
generation, storage, transmission, and distribution of electric
power. The program integrates energy systems research with research
in energy control, efficiency improvement, demand side management,
power quality and economics, renewable resources and integration,
and smart grid communications.