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Mohammad Arif Hossain - ECE PhD Student of the Month - November 2021

Mohammad Arif Hossain is a Ph.D. candidate at the Helen and John C. Hartmann Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT). He is currently working under the supervision of Distinguished Professor, Dr. Nirwan Ansari. His research areas include Cloud and Edge Computing, Distributed Machine Learning, Future Generation Wireless Networks, etc.  (read more)

ECE Electrical and Electronic Engineering Program Ranks #15 in the Nation

The ECE Department's Electrical and Electronic Engineering Program at NJIT Ranked #91 in Best Global Universities identified by U.S. News and World Report in its annual ranking-2022. Among the US universities this program is ranked #15.  (read more)

ECE's Dr. Cong Wang Trains Robots To Use Their Hands, Wins NSF Career Grant

C-3PO walked upright and spoke six million languages, but never did much with his hands besides letting the wookie win at holochess.

Such is the state of modern robotics and cyberintelligence, where a Boston Dynamics droid does backflips and Apple Siri maintains natural-language conversations, while precision manipulation of physical objects remains elusive, explained Cong Wang, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering at New Jersey Institute of Technology. (read more)

ECE's Hieu Nguyen Receives NSF CAREER Award for Novel LEDs That Both Light Up and Disinfect

Hieu Nguyen’s pandemic-inspired lighting would not only illuminate classrooms, offices and airport lobbies, but also disinfect them with invisible ultraviolet light that destroys pathogens such as the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2. (read more)

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Olivia   Hadlaw

“While my main focus is on my classes, I'm always looking for opportunities outside of them such as traveling to conferences.”

Olivia Hadlaw
Class of 2019

James  Basuino

“My courses in machine learning are a key source of inspiration as I head off to solve problems as an R&D engineer.”

James Basuino
Class of 2018

Jingjing  Yao

“I chose to complete my Ph.D. at NJIT because I knew I would receive the professional training I needed to prepare for an academic career.”

Jingjing Yao
Class of 2021

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