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The Preston M. Green Department Electrical & Systems Engineers focuses research on four distinct areas: applied physics, devices & circuits, signals & imaging, and systems science.
Our faculty, students and staff collaborate across disciplines, creating new knowledge to address some of the world’s most challenging problems. Student research projects are supported by faculty mentors and other university resources. Faculty successfully win backing for their research from many sources, including the federal government, state governments, corporations, foundations, nonprofit agencies, individuals and the university itself.
Create New Knowledge
By integrating research and teaching, our faculty keep their work relevant. Whether you are an undergraduate student, graduate student or postdoctoral scholar, you will have an opportunity to conduct path-breaking research alongside world-class faculty experts. Learn more about how we're making a difference in the following areas.
Faculty in this area focus on topics in advanced materials, integrated photonics and optoelectronics, nano-fabrication, and new device concepts.
Devices & Circuits
Faculty in this area study nanoelectronics and emerging devices, sensors and sensing systems, and cyber-physical systems.
Signals & Imaging
In this area, the department's research focuses on model-based digital and analog signal and image processing, multiaccess communications, computational linguistics and wireless networking.
Our faculty within the department study, design, develop, manage and optimize complex systems including electrical systems, information systems, quantum systems and telecommunication networks.