ECE: Electrical & Computer Engineering
RESEARCH PROGRAMS
Tapping other disciplines for wireless geolocation

Michael Buehrer is using tools from machine intelligence, stochastic geometry, structural
vibration monitoring, and slot machine analysis to solve problems in geolocation and
electronic warfare.

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Research News



Lester, Martin, and team awarded $2M to transform ECE curriculum — Luke Lester, Tom Martin, and a transdisciplinary team of...


NSF awards Wireless @ VT $2.5 M for emerging tech projects — The National Science Foundation awarded Wireless @ Virginia Tech...


Popcorn Linux research showcased at the Pentagon — The ECE Popcorn Linux team, led by Binoy Ravindran,...


Batra and Parikh’s research highlighted in New Scientist — New Scientist Magazine recently featured research from an ongoing...


CPES technology featured on White House Blog — A feature story released on the White House blog...


Agah’s research featured in Nature's Microsystems and Nanoengineering — Masoud Agah co-authored a paper in Nature's Microsystems and...

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The ECE department has 74 tenured or tenure-track faculty members and 25 research faculty members who have driven more than $34 million in external research expenditures.


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