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Milad Shojaee - ECE PhD Student of the Month - November 2022

Milad Shojaee is a PhD candidate in the Helen and John C. Hartmann Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at NJIT. He is currently working at Networked Controls and Intelligent Diagnostics (NCID) Laboratory under the supervision of Professor Mohsen Azizi. His research interests include decentralized control of renewable energy generation systems. (read more)

Dr. Qing Gary Liu Receives U.S. Dept. of Energy Grant

Dr. Qing Gary Liu received a two year grant from the U.S. Department of Energy for " Understanding and Enhancing Scientific Data Reduction for Extreme-scale Computing 2."

Dr. Shaahin Angizi: Artificial Intelligence Pushes Internet Device CPUs Outside the Box

The energy usage of 75 billion Internet-connected devices could be reduced 1,000-fold if those devices could do more thinking for themselves rather than constantly asking cloud servers for help, computer engineering Assistant Professor Shaahin Angizi believes. (read more)


ECE PhD Student of the Month:

Shuai Zhang - October 2022
Xueyu Hou - September 2022
Akhyuma Swain - August 2022
Yang Deng - July 2022
Guanxiong Liu - June 2022
Sarah Obead - May 2022
Sara Ghasvarianjahromi - April 2022
Ali Emadi - March 2022
Jorge Medina - February 2022


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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

Ruta  Kokil

“Computer Engineering offers an interesting combination of computer architecture and software development.”

Ruta Kokil
Class of 2018

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“As a doctoral candidate, NJIT gave me the best opportunity to perform interesting and instructive projects.”

Abbas Kiani
Class of 2018

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