UW EE’s computer and network research includes computer architecture and computer system engineering, VLSI, embedded computing, wireless networks, and wireless communication research. Several of UW EE’s computers and networks faculty hold joint and secondary appointments in computer science and engineering and teach jointly in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science & Engineering departments.
Computer Engineering and Architecture
Operating systems, performance analysis, and testbed development, FPGA based computing architectures
Very-Large-Scale Integration (VLSI)
Analog and digital VLSI integrated circuits, devices, and applications, energy management
Mobile devices, embedded control systems, real-time systems, tools and networks
Internet architecture, network economics, distributed systems, developing country infrastructure
Network security, game theory, statistical modeling, machine learning and control and systems theory
- CMMB Vision – UW EE Center on Satellite Multimedia and Connected Vehicles
- Adaptive Computing Machines and Emulators (ACME) Lab
- Applied Computational Engineering Lab
- Wireless Sensor Lab
- Network Security Lab
- Visvesh Sathe's research group
- Fundamentals of Networking Laboratory
- Future Analog System Technologies Lab
- Information Theory Lab
- Sreeram Kannan
- Visvesh Sathe
- Baosen Zhang
- Jacques Christophe Rudell
- Scott Hauck
- Vikram Jandhyala
- Radha Poovendran
- James A. Ritcey
- Sumit Roy
- Payman Arabshahi
- Linda Bushnell
- Brian P. Otis
- John D. Sahr
- Jim Peckol
- Yasuo Kuga
Wireless communications expert Robert Heath leads this year’s Dean W. Lytle LectureAs a part of the 2017 Lytle Lecture, University of Texas at Austin Professor Robert Heath will explore mmWave communication as an incubator for the rebirth of wireless communications.
Professor Sumit Roy receives Best Paper at 2017 WNS3 WorkshopUW EE's quiet but consistent work on ns-3 has garnered a top paper award for Professor Sumit Roy and co-authors.
UW EE leads NIST PSCR grant for next-generation broadbandThe UW is one of 19 universities awarded the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Public Safety Communications Research (PSCR) grant to develop performance analysis tools for the proposed next-generation broadband LTE based FirstNet.
Alum Tong Zhang awarded the 2017 Graduate School Distinguished Dissertation Award in Mathematics, Physical Sciences and EngineeringTong Zhang (Ph.D. ’17) received the highly-competitive award for his thesis on breakthrough full-duplex wireless communication.
Professor Bushnell named IEEE CSS Distinguished MemberThis top-level award recognizes significant technical contributions and outstanding long-term service to the Control Systems Society.
- Towards Synchronization in Networks with Nonlinear Dynamics: A Submodular Optimization Framework
- Input Selection for Performance and Controllability of Structured Linear Descriptor Systems
- A Submodular Optimization Approach to Leader-Follower Consensus in Networks with Negative Edges
- A Submodular Optimization Approach to Controlled Islanding under Cascading Failure
- MinGen: Minimal Generator Set Selection for Small Signal Stability in Power Systems: A Submodular Framework
- Distributed Adaptive Patching Strategies Against Malware Propagation: A Passivity Approach