We believe that visiting campus is one of the best ways for you to get a complete picture of the educational programs we offer in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. We invited you and your family to spend some time with us at NC State during the 2017 College of Engineering Open House. Prospective students and their parents are particularly encouraged to come and learn more about engineering at NC State.
On March 18, 2017 from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm, our faculty, staff, and students arranged an array of presentations and demonstrations that showed you the great variety of things you can do with a degree in electrical or computer engineering. Many of our labs opened their facilities to show you research that's going on in the department right now.
Additionally, a number of our fellow engineering departments opened their doors to visitors too. We encouraged you to stop by and pay them a visit as well to get a better feeling for the overall academic diversity offered at NC State.
For more information visit http://www.ece.ncsu.edu/calendar/29567.
The ECE Department hosts a free reception during the Engineering Open House for all visitors to the department. The reception will be held in the west atrium of Engineering Building II on Centennial Campus. Our faculty and students greet you there, where you can get a departmental brochure, grab a guide to our labs and displays, and fill up on complimentary refreshments.
|FREEDM: Researching the nation's smart grid while educating the next generation of engineers.||ASSIST: Developing nano-enabled energy harvesting, energy storage nanodevices and sensors to create innovative battery-free, body-powered, and wearable health monitoring systems.||Student Organizations & Senior Design Projects: Prof. Greg Dunko and students, featuring the IEEE Underwater and Ground Robotics Teams, Elephant Tracking Collar, Sports Rehabilitation Knee Brace, 3D Full-Body Scanner, Light Up Hoodie, and Autonomous Greens Mower at The Troxler Design Center (Room 1003 EB II).|
Come learn about Electrical and Computer Engineering, areas of study, and careers. Presented by faculty approximately every 30 minutes, beginning at 9:30 AM in 1021 EBII.
Future Renewable Energy Delivery and Management Systems Center (FREEDM)
Researching the nation's smart grid while educating the next generation of engineers. Featuring the battery pack control circuitry for EcoCar, a modified hybrid Chevy Equinox (parked near the EB2 breezeway) designed by NCSU students.
Advanced Self-Powered Systems of Integrated Sensors and Technology (ASSIST)
Developing nano-enabled energy harvesting, energy storage nanodevices and sensors to create innovative battery-free, body-powered, and wearable health monitoring systems.
NCSU Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Scholars program
Under NSF grant, offers a comprehensive package of financial, mentoring, and career support to NC undergraduate students from admission through graduation.
Senior Design Projects
Prof. Rachana Gupta and students, featuring the electric vehicle battery pack, interactive art exhibit, magnetic sports tracker, integrated hard-hat cooling system, electrocardiogram shirt, energy harvesting demonstration, and elephant conflict-reduction collar, at the Troxler Design Center (Room 1003 EB II).
Education and Research in Computer Architecture and Systems -- Center for Efficient, Scalable and Reliable Computing (CESR)
Profs. Alex Dean and Jim Carlson. Embedded processors controlling autonomous cars and energy-efficient LED lighting and power conversion. (Room 1008 EBII)
CentMesh Drone Challenge
Prof. Mihail Sichitiu in collaboration with Dr. Rudra Dutta (Computer Science). Teams of students put completely autonomous, programmable drones through a series of challenges culminating in a head-to-head competition. Veterans of the competition will present the drones and some of their research on wireless networks. (EBII 2d floor glassed in area)
Biomedical Instrumentation Laboratory
Prof. Troy Nagle. Demonstration of iPhone-centered medical apps and devices, and examples of medical devices developed by ECE and BME students. (Room 2024 EBII)
Integrated Bionic MicroSystems Lab (iBionicS)
Prof. Alper Bozkurt. Home of wearable, injectable and implantable electronics. Show-and-tell: Household insect pests and pet dogs equipped with mini-transmitters for eventual use in disaster zones. (Room 2038 EB II)
Advanced Diagnosis Automation and Control Lab (ADAC)
Prof. Mo-Yuen Chow assisted by his ADAC group. Smart energy management for a smarter grid and adaptive intelligent battery monitoring Systems. (Room EB II 2040)
Active Robotic Sensing Laboratory (ARoS)
Prof. Edgar Lobaton and Students. From swarm robotics to humanoids and their applications in everyday life. Demo and presentation. (Room 3024 EB II).
Information Sciences and Systems Laboratory
Prof. Huaiyu Dai. Displays on distributed information processing among ad hoc networked wireless devices. (Room 3034 EBII)
ENgineering computational and analytical methodologies for multi-hierarchical BIological SYStems (EnBiSys)
Prof. Cranos Williams. A highly collaborative, multidisciplinary research group focused on the development of targeted computational and analytical solutions for modeling and controlling biological systems. (3031 EBII)