Many alumni from the ECE department appear on the list of notable Virginia Tech alumni. ECE graduates have gone on to impact a variety of fields; they have served as magazine editors, CEOs of technology companies, leaders in higher education, and public servants at all levels of government.
Check out a selection of videos highlighting student projects on ECE's YouTube channel.
The IAMeter tool tests hardware against side-channel and other forms of implementation attacks.
The HyFlowÃ¢ÂÂ¢ project is developing distributed software transactional memory (or D-STM) as an alternative to lock-based distributed concurrency control.
ChronOS Real-Time Linux is a real-time Linux patch designed to provide a testbed for real-time and distributed task scheduling and resource management research.
Developed by the Machine Learning and Perception Lab, CloudCV is a free computer vision platform for analyzing visual data.
NASA's New Horizons Pluto mission team includes ECE alumni Chris DeBoy (BSEE 1990), RF Telecommunications lead engineer, Chris Haskins (BSEE 1997, MS 2000), lead engineer for the New Horizons uplink receiver, and Ron Schulze (BSEE 1989), lead antenna engineer.
Former ECE post-doctoral researcher and research scientist Shiwen Mao has been named Samuel Ginn Endowed Professor and appointed Director of the Wireless Engineering Research and Education Center at Auburn University.
Chen Wang (PhD 2011) was recently promoted to Assistant Professor of Medical Informatics at the Mayo College of Medicine, Rochester, Minnesota. Wang's research uses bioinformatics to identify aberrant changes in diseases.
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PhD Dissertation Defense -- Javier Schloemann
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