Computational Electrical and Computer Engineering

The Master of Science in Computational Electrical and Computer Engineering is offered by the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Your course of study includes completion of  computer programming, computer-based modeling, and electrical/computer engineering courses. You also conduct a research project with an electrical/computer engineering faculty member. This unique training prepares you for future engineering practice that requires engineers to master both electrical/computer engineering and computational methods. This master's program offers a research-based these option, and a course intensive, non-thesis option. We also offer a combined bachelor + master program. You can finish both degrees in as fast as 5 years!


Research Areas

  • Autonomous vehicle design and sensor integration
  • Computer engineering and embedded system design
  • Digital signal processing and communications
  • GPS and its applications
  • Network analysis and communication systems
  • Power and energy
  • UWB radar system design and signal processing
  • Radar, lidar and satellite sensing of the near-earth space
  • Real-time digital signal processing and biomedical signal analysis

Research Funding Sources

The department receives research support from the National Science Foundation, Air Force Office of Scientific Research, Air Force Research Laboratory, Office of Naval Research, Dayton Area Graduate Study Institute, and more.

Faculty and Research Areas

  • Chiou S. Chen, Ph.D., Signal processing, instrumentation, and control
  • Chi-Hao Cheng, Ph.D., RF receiver modeling/design, Optical communication system/component, Real-Time digital signal processing
  • Dmitriy Garmatyuk, Ph.D., Multi-functional software-defined UWB radar sensor system for adaptive detection, SAR imaging, data communications and self-location/navigation
  • Jeffrey D. Herdtner, Ph.D., Cellular and ad hoc networks
  • Peter Jamieson, Ph.D., Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) architecture and computer-aided design (CAD) tools that map digital designs to FPGAs; Serious games with a focus on harnessing human computation through the medium of leisure video games
  • Yu (Jade) Morton, Ph.D., Software radio, global positioning system receiver, digital signal processing, and ionosphere modeling
  • Gokhan Sahin, Ph.D., Wireless and optical communications
  • Donald Ucci, Ph.D., Communications theory and systems, digital communications, analog and digital systems, digital signal processing, adaptive arrays, signal processing, phase locked loops, mobile radio, wireless communications, and ultra-wideband communications
  • Qihou Zhou, Ph.D., Radar remote sensing, digital signal processing, and space science

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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering