Sign In


Teaching and Research Facilities for Graduate Students

The Department has a variety of excellent laboratories facilities to support teaching and research in the areas of communication, electromagnetics, power, control, electronics and digital systems, image processing, and digital signal processing. The Department has special facilities for research which include an indoor computer-controlled antenna test range, an underwater digital communication laboratory, signal and image processing facilities, a high voltage testing facility, analog and digital control laboratories, process control laboratory, programmable logic controller laboratory, and several computer laboratories. 

Graduate students have opportunities to participate in existing research efforts in areas that include antennas and propagation; microwave; digital communication systems; digital and optical signal processing; information theory; image processing; pattern recognition; artificial intelligence; automatic control systems (adaptive, robust, non-linear, digital); process control; instrumentation; computer architecture; power systems; HVDC transmission; power electronics; power system reliability; power system protection; applied ultrasonic; fiber optic communications; numerical electromagnetics; VLSI systems; electromagnetic fields and wave; analog and digital electronics; computer communication networks; wireless communication; telephony; digital filtering; robot simulation and control.