Human-robot Interaction From Real Steel to reality the DISCOVER lab is exploring not only how to make cyber physical systems work more reliably but also how they can learn to interact with their human collaborators.
Human-robot Interaction
Electromagnetic Radiation and Human Health The effect of electromagnetic radiation on human health is the subject of debate, especially as it pertains to portable wireless devices. Notre Dame researchers are studying ways to improve device performance without increasing radiation levels.
Electromagnetic Radiation and Human Health
Exploring the Physical Limits to Computation Researchers in the Center for Nano Science and Technology are laying the groundwork for smaller, faster, and more efficient electronic devices by exploring energy dissipation in nanoscale electron devices and discovering new ways to represent information and perform computation.
Exploring the Physical Limits to Computation
Low Energy Systems Technology LEAST, which is led by the University of Notre Dame with nine partner universities, explores new concepts for energy-efficient devices to reduce power in electronic systems.
Low Energy Systems Technology
Enhancing the Capabilities of Cyber-Physical Systems Every area of modern life, from mundane household applications to concerns of national security or issues of human health, is affected by cyber-physical systems.
Enhancing the Capabilities of Cyber-Physical Systems

Welcome to the Department of Electrical Engineering

Welcome to the Electrical Engineering Department home page at the University of Notre Dame. We welcome any inquiries regarding the information provided on these pages and would especially like to encourage highly qualified students to consider pursuing a course of study in Electrical Engineering at Notre Dame.

Recent Publications

Saran Salakij, Na Yu, Samuel Paolucci and Panos Antsaklis, “Model-Based Predictive Control for Building Energy Management. I: Energy Modeling and Optimal Control”, Energy and Buildings, Vol.133, pp. 345-358, December 2016

H. Lu, W. Li, Y. Lu, P. Fay, T. Ytterdal, and A. Seabaugh, “Universal charge-conserving TFET SPICE model incorporating gate current and noise,” IEEE J. Explor. Solid-State Comput. Devices Circuit, pp. 1–1, Nov. 2016

L. Wei, D. G. M. Mitchell, T. E. Fuja, and D. J. Costello, Jr., “Design of Spatially Coupled LDPC Codes Over GF(q) for Windowed Decoding”, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, vol. 62, no. 9, pp. 4781-4800, Sept. 2016

Kennedy, E., Dong, Z., Tennant, C., and Timp, G., "Reading the primary structure of a protein with 0.07 nm3 resolution using a subnanometre-diameter pore" Nature Nanotechnology, published online 25 July 2016. doi: 10.1038/NNANO.2016.120

L. Hollmann and R. L. Stevenson, "Adaptive whitening of ambient ocean noise with narrowband signal preservation” Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Vol. 129, No. 6, pp. 3122, 3133, June, 2016



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Grant Spotlights

Gregory Timp - Open Philanthropy Project: "Sequencing Antibodies with a Synthetic Sub-nanometer Pore, June 2017

Suman Datta - Semiconductor Research Corporation: "Low Voltage, High Non-Linearity (High ION & Low IOFF) Select Devices for Cross-Point Memory Applications, June 2017

J. Nicholas Laneman, Aaron Striegel - IBM: "Wireless Stadium Project", May 2017

Suman Datta - IBM: "Functional Oxide based Cross-point Resistive Devices for Deep Neural Networks", May 2017

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Notre Dame Graduate Students Awarded Fellowships for Cross-Disciplinary Biomedical Research
Notre Dame Graduate Students Awarded Fellowships for Cross-Disciplinary Biomedical Research
July 12, 2017

When it comes to ovarian cancer, 60 percent of patients are diagnosed in stage III, meaning the cancer has already metastasized, or spread, throughout the pelvis. Additionally, between 70 and 90 percent of those patients will be diagnosed...

Laneman to Receive IEEE Tomiyasu Award
Laneman to Receive IEEE Tomiyasu Award
July 7, 2017

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) has named J. Nicholas Laneman, professor of electrical engineering and co-director of the Wireless Institute at the University of Notre Dame, the recipient of the 2018 Kiyo Tomiyasu Award.

Notre Dame Researchers Open Path to New Generation of Optical Devices
Notre Dame Researchers Open Path to New Generation of Optical Devices
June 22, 2017

Cameras, telescopes and microscopes are optical devices that measure and manipulate electromagnetic radiation [light]. Being able to control the light in these devices provides more information through a better “picture” of what is occurring. Specifically, controlling light on small scales could lead to improved optical sources for applications that span health, homeland security and industry.

Nokia Tests Next-generation Wireless Applications for University of Notre Dame Stadium
Nokia Tests Next-generation Wireless Applications for University of Notre Dame Stadium
June 6, 2017

Nokia, in collaboration with the Wireless Institute in the College of Engineering at the University of Notre Dame, has successfully tested applications based on Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC). This software platform delivers flexibility, scalability and efficiency to networks with multiple base stations in order to improve speed of access to data services in congested areas.

Awards Presented at 4th Annual Midwest Imaging and Microanalysis Workshop
Awards Presented at 4th Annual Midwest Imaging and Microanalysis Workshop
May 17, 2017

Earlier this month the Notre DameIntegrated Imaging Facility held its 4th Annual Midwest Imaging and Microanalysis Workshop, during which they presented annual awards.

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Gregory Timp

Gregory Timp

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Phone: 574-631-1272
Website: http://nd.edu/~gtimp/
Office: 316 Stinson Remick

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Department of Electrical Engineering Keough-Hesburgh Chair in Electrical Engineering and Biological Sciences
College of Engineering Keough-Hesburgh Chair in Electrical Engineering and Biological Sciences
Synthetic Biology
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Gregory Timp

Department of Electrical Engineering Keough-Hesburgh Chair in Electrical Engineering and Biological Sciences
College of Engineering Keough-Hesburgh Chair in Electrical Engineering and Biological Sciences
Synthetic Biology
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Shuang Zhang

Shuang Zhang

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Phone: 574-318-5351
Office: 251A Fitzpatrick Hall

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College of Engineering Graduate Student
Papers S. Zhang, Z. Shen, ”A Modified Time-Varying Control Method Based on Taylor Series”, International Conference on Control, Automation and Systems, Busan, South Korea, pp. 321-325, 2015. X. Yang, S. Zhang, ”Singular Perturbation Margin and Generalized Gain ...
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Shuang Zhang

Papers S. Zhang, Z. Shen, ”A Modified Time-Varying Control Method Based on Taylor Series”, International ...
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Yih-Fang Huang

Yih-Fang Huang

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Phone: 574-631-5350
Website: http://www.nd.edu/~huang/
Office: 257 Fitzpatrick

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College of Engineering Senior Associate Dean for Education and Undergraduate Programs
Research Interests: My research interests focus on theory and applications of detection and estimation. The conventional approaches to solving the problems of detection and estimation are typically based on the principles of mathematical statistics. When those problems arise within the context of ...
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Yih-Fang Huang

Research Interests: My research interests focus on theory and applications of detection and estimation. The conventional approaches to ...
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