Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Research

Research in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Stevens advances the underlying principles that define systems and components and demonstrates the application of principles to practice.

Increasingly, applications integrate a variety of themes drawn from both principles and practices, combining concepts from specific fields to create a contemporary, competitive product. 

Stevens graduate students have the unique opportunity to learn from foremost experts in AI and machine learning research, and their applications in data science and robotics.

Application Areas

Application areas provide a testing ground for the practicality and performance of new principles and techniques. Representative targeted applications of ECE projects include the following:

  • Artificial intelligence and machine learning

  • Autonomous vehicle networks

  • Bio-electromagnetics

  • Cognitive radio networks

  • Joint textual and visual analysis

  • Neuroimaging

  • Power and energy systems 

  • Robotics and smart systems

  • Secure wireless communications 

  • Sensing and perception technologies

  • Spectrum management 

  • Telemedicine and wireless networks

Research Video Library

Learn more about research in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Visit our YouTube channel playlist.