ECE Research


TSU's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering has undertaken many advanced research projects for a variety of private, government, and military interests. The contributors for our researches in various fields:


Signal & Image Processing

It is one of the core fields of electrical engineering deals with developing algorithmic and mathematical techniques for intelligent processing of signal and images so that more relevant and reliable information can be extracted from them. Several application areas are researched at TSU ECE: Structured Health Monitoring and Intelligent Decison Making using Fuzzy and Neural Networks.

For more information, please contact Dr. Zein-Sabatto and Dr. Bodruzzaman


Control Systems

For more information, please contact Dr. Keel

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Power Systems

For more information, please contact Dr. Devgan and Dr. Marpaka


Robotics

For more information, please contact Dr. Zein-Sabatto

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Wireless Communications

The wireless communication research in TSU focuses on developing the state-of-the-art technologies for wireless and mobile communication networks, such as communication and information theory, signal processing, and security in wireless communication. Our recent research projects include nanonetworks, beamforming for cognitive radios, cooperative communications and MIMO techniques, software radio based wireless multimedia transmission, modulation classification, error control coding, graph modulation, and physical layer security in wireless networks.

For more information, please contact Dr. Hong

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Cyber Security

The goal of the cyber security research thrust is to nurture research, education, and development of security technologies for networked systems. Research projects will focus on how to enhance and strengthen the security of computer systems and networks so they can withstand and survive concerted, sophisticated security attacks aimed at crippling them. A strong cyber security program, including courses for cyber-crime prevention, detection and analysis will be developed and taught. The facilities will consist of heterogeneous platforms and multiple interconnected networks to facilitate hands-on experimentation and project work related to cyber security. It provides focus for multidisciplinary research and education in emerging areas of cyber security at TSU. Current research areas include computer and network security, intrusion detection systems, secure cloud computing, and cognitive radio network security. These research projects are currently funded by DHS and AFRL.

For more information, please contact Dr. Shetty

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Visualization

The goal of the visualization research thrust is to develop virtual and augmented reality (VAR) technologies to enhance visualization projects in various engineering fields. Research projects will focus on VAR technologies which will aid in better diagnostic and prediction analysis on structured health monitoring systems, improve human vehicle performance, and enhance the ability to analyze and visualization biological network datasets. The facilities will consist of Desktop-based VR and AR technologies, including HMDs, cybergloves, virtual wall, etc, to facilitate hands-on experimentation and project work related to advanced scientific visualization. Current research areas include visualization of structure health monitoring systems, structure light based augmented reality, and biological network analysis and visualization. These research projects are funded by NSF Targeted Infusion, NSF CI_TEAM and NSF IEECI programs.

For more information, please contact Dr. Shetty

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