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.

Upcoming Research Seminar

CESCA Seminar (February 12)

Details.

Research News



Parikh wins NSF CAREER Award for Visual Question Answering — Devi Parikh has received an NSF Faculty Early Career...


ECE Alum joins Tech as Research VP — Theresa Mayer (BSEE '88) has returned to Virginia Tech...


Martin to develop emergency shelters for refugees — In collaboration with professors from across Virginia, Tom Martin...


Hume Center researchers to send amateur radio transponder into geosynchronous orbit — Researchers at the Ted and Karyn Hume Center for...


Guo receives Best Poster at the 2015 MRS Conference — Yuanyuan Guo won the Best Poster Award at the...


Park receives NSF grant to facilitate more efficient spectrum sharing — Jerry Park received a $730,000 NSF grant to lead...

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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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