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  • Current Graduate Students - Electrical and Computer Engineering - College of Engineering - Colorado State University
    About Us Department Overview Open Positions About CSU and Fort Collins Contact Us Connect email Facebook Graduate Program ECE Graduate Students Conduct Research for the National Park Service ECE Graduate Degree Programs M E M S Ph D Accelerated B S M S program Online M E in Electrical and Computer Engineering Program Details Program Requirements Graduate Handbook Recommended Courses by ECE Topic Area Questions Contact an ECE academic advisor

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  • Courses - Electrical and Computer Engineering - College of Engineering - Colorado State University
    cost reliability availability and environmental impact Prerequisite s ECE202 with a minimum grade of C I O Diagram ECE466 Integrated Lighting Systems Spring Technical underpinning of light sources their associated heat sink fixtures and power electronics drives Prerequisite s ECE331 or INTD330 I O Diagram ECE471A Semiconductor Physics Fundamentals of semiconductor electron hole states and motion bandgap effective mass carrier density Fermi level doping drift and diffusion Prerequisite s PH142 MATH340 or MATH345 ECE471B Semiconductor Junction Quantitative analysis of electric field carrier and current distributions in pn and metal semiconductor junctions Prerequisite s ECE331 with a minimum grade of C ECE471A may be taken concurrently ECE480 Experimental Course Offerings will vary SP16 ECE BIOM 480A3 Biomedical Signal and Image Processing Origins features and mathematical processing of biomedical signals and images including interference and noise filtering and feature enhancement Prerequisite s ECE303 STAT303 ECE311 PH142 ECE481 Experimental Course Offerings will vary ECE495A Independent Study Fall Spring Summer Development and implementation of a project in an electrical and computer engineering field of special interest under the supervision of a faculty member ECE495B Open Option Fall Spring Students will work on an array of different electrical and computer engineering projects independently or under the guidance of industry mentors Projects will be initiated by students or outside sources and will consist of small scale service outreach projects or market driven projects that simulate a business environment ECE495C Vertically Integrated Projects Fall Spring Explore and develop comprehensive applications of electrical and computer engineering technologies as a member of a team especially as they relate to active research areas of CSU faculty members ECE503 Ultrafast Optics Spring Principles and theory behind ultrashort pulse generation amplification and manipulation Prerequisite s ECE341 ECE342 ECE504 Physical Optics Fall Classical optics from first principles at a first year graduate level from basic electromagnetic theory to wave and geometric guides Prerequisite s ECE341 ECE342 ECE505 Nanostructures Fundamentals and Applications Fall Fundamentals of quantum confinement nanostructure optical properties fabrication and characterization Prerequisite s ECE342 PH353 Also offered online ECE506 Optical Interferometry and Laser Metrology Fall High resolution metrology techniques and interfermetric sensors using lasers and other light sources Prerequisite s ECE341 ECE342 ECE441 Also offered online ECE507 Plasma Physics and Applications Fundamental principles and industrial applications of plasmas Prerequisite s ECE342 ECE508 ENGR508 Introduction to Power System Markets Fall Deregulated electrical power systems system security investements in generation and transmission ancillary services and nodal pricing Prerequisite s ECE461 Credit not allowed for both ECE508 and ENGR508 Also offered online ECE509 ENGR509 Signal Processing for Power Systems Spring Signal processing tools for analyzing power systems voltage frequency magnitude variations unbalance waveform distortion Prerequisite s ECE312 ECE461 Credit not allowed for both ECE509 and ENGR509 Also offered online ECE510 Wide Area Monitoring for Power Systems Spring Provide an introduction to WAMS for modern power grid including signal processing communications and networking techniques in WAMS WAMS applications Prerequisite s ECE461 with a minimum grade of C ECE312 with a minimum grade of C Also offered online ECE511 Global Navigation Satellite System Receivers Fundamentals of global navigation satellite systems GNSS receivers and software based implementation of GNSS receiver functions Prerequisite s ECE312 with a minimum grade of C ECE411 may be taken concurrently ECE512 Digital Signal Processing Fall Discrete time signals and systems digital filter design and implementation fast algorithms quantization effects Prerequisite s ECE312 with a minimum grade of C Also offered online ECE513 Digital Image Processing Spring Image acquisition and display systems image enhancement restoration and encoding image analysis real life applications Prerequisite s ECE303 STAT303 with a minimum grade of C ECE312 with a minimum grade of C ECE514 Applications of Random Processes Fall Bit error rates signal to noise power ration signal detection signal estimation Wiener filter application Prerequisite s ECE303 STAT303 with a minimum grade of C ECE312 with a minimum grade of C ECE515 Satellite Navigation Systems Engineering Fundamentals of GPS satellite orbits ground monitoring and control receiver systems measurement errors and correction techniques and position velocity and time calculations Prerequisite s CS160 with a minimum grade of C ECE311 with a minimum grade of C MATH261 with a minimum grade of C PH142 with a minimum grade of C ECE516 Information Theory Information measures and their properties Lossless data compression Channel capacity Channel coding theory Rate distortion theory Prerequisite s ECE303 STAT303 ECE421 ECE520 Optimization Methods Control and Communication Linear and nonlinear optimization theory and methods applications in systems control and communication Prerequisite s MATH 229 MATH 317 ECE521 Satellite Communication Principles of satellite communication systems engineering Prerequisite s ECE421 ECE524 Wireless Telecommunications Physical layer design including channel modeling receiver design and performance and multiple access techniques Prerequisite s ECE421 ECE525 Fiber Optic Communications Optoelectronic and optical components for fiber optics communications system physical layer issues and examples Prerequisite s ECE471B ECE526 BIOM526 Biological Physics Spring Mathematical and physical modeling of biological systems Mass transport in cellular environments Electrical mechanical properties of biomolecules Prerequisite s MATH 340 or MATH345 PH142 or PH122 Credit not allowed for both ECE526 and BIOM526 ECE530 ENGR530 Overview of Systems Engineering Processes Spring Systems engineering life cycle process and analysis techniques Reliability and robustness Prerequisite s ECE STAT303 or STAT315 Credit not allowed for both ECE530 and ENGR530 Also offered online ECE531 ENGR531 Engineering Risk Analysis Spring Estimation and risk identification development of mitigation techniques Prerequisite s ECE303 STAT303 or STAT315 Credit not allowed for both ECE531 and ENGR531 Also offered online ECE532 ENGR532 Dynamics of Complex Engineering Systems Higher level behavior and issues that emerge from interaction between components in complex socio technical systems Prerequisite s ECE501 may be taken concurrently ECE534 Analog IC Design Design methods for state of the art analog ICs including CMOS op amps comparators and phase locked loops Prerequisite s ECE332 with a minimum grade of C ECE535 may register concurrently ECE535 Analog IC Laboratory Analog ICs are designed and simulated using modern software tools Concurrent registration in ECE534 ECE536 RF Integrated Circuit Design Design of state of

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  • Research - Electrical and Computer Engineering - College of Engineering - Colorado State University
    Research Areas Funded Research Projects Highly Cited Work Centers and Laboratories Engineering Research Centers Information Science and Technology Center ISTeC Research Experience for Undergraduates REUs IEEE Fellows People Faculty Staff Alumni Affiliate Faculty IEEE Fellows Industry Industrial Advisory Board Giving Job Postings Career Outlook Engineer in Residence About Us Department Overview Open Positions About CSU and Fort Collins Contact Us Connect email Facebook Research Research Areas Funded Research Projects Highly

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  • Research Areas - Electrical and Computer Engineering - College of Engineering - Colorado State University
    Networking Radar Meteorology RF Communication Systems Signal Processing Edwin Chong Control and Optimization Communication Networks Wireless Systems J Rockey Luo Communication Networks Signal Processing Information Theory Computer Engineering Communication Networks Wireless Systems Jade Morton Global Navigation Satellite Systems GNSS Receivers Atmospheric Remote Sensing Using GNSS and Other Instrumentations Ionospheric Effects on GNSS GNSS Applications Ali Pezeshki Statistical Signal Processing Distributed Sensing Active and Passive Sensing Bioimaging Optimization Jesse Wilson Biomedical Optics In Vivo Multiphoton Histology and Pathology Nonlinear and Ultrafast Optics Digital Signal Processing for Biomedical Imaging and Microscopy Metabolic Spectroscopy and Imaging Cancer Metabolism Liuqing Yang Communications and Networking Acoustic Underwater Sensor Networks Signal Processing for Power Systems Smart Grid Computer Engineering Tom Chen Design of VLSI Very Large Scale Integration Systems Analog and Mixed Signal Circuit Design Bioelectronics Biosensors CAD Methodology for VLSI Low Power Circuit Design Edwin Chong Control and Optimization Communication Networks Wireless Systems Anura Jayasumana Design and Testing of Digital Systems Computer and Communication Networks Tony Maciejewski Robotics High Performance Computing Japanese Intelligent Tutoring Systems Sudeep Pasricha Embedded Systems Mobile Real Time Safety Critical High Performance Computing Datacenters Supercomputers Computer Architecture VLSI CAD Algorithms Design for Energy Reliability Security Sanjay Rajopadhye FPGAs SW HW Codesign Automatic Parallelization Application Specific Systems Polyhedral Model Joint Professor Sourajeet Roy Numerical Algorithms for Stochastic Modeling Uncertainty Analysis of General Nanoscale Electronic Circuits CAD of High Speed Electronic Packaging Computational Electromagnetics Parallel Algorithms for Massive Circuit Simulation Active Passive Microwave Circuit Simulation H J Siegel Parallel Processing Heterogeneous Computing Resource Management in Computing Systems Energy Aware Computing Smart Grid Controls and Robotics Edwin Chong Control and Optimization Communication Networks Wireless Systems William Bill Eads Control Systems Circuits Imme Ebert Uphoff Bayesian Networks Causal discovery Tony Maciejewski Robotics High Performance Computing Japanese Intelligent Tutoring Systems Sudeep Pasricha Embedded Systems Mobile Real Time Safety Critical High Performance Computing Datacenters Supercomputers Computer Architecture VLSI CAD Algorithms Design for Energy Reliability Security Peter Young System Theory Control of Dynamic Systems Robust and Learning Control Optimization and Control for Power Systems Electric Power and Energy Systems George Collins Laser Quantum Electronics Semiconductor Processing Siddharth Suryanarayanan Electric Power Systems Power Quality Optimization and Control in Power Systems Smart Grid Liuqing Yang Communications and Networking Acoustic Underwater Sensor Networks Signal Processing for Power Systems Smart Grid Peter Young System Theory Control of Dynamic Systems Robust and Learning Control Optimization and Control for Power Systems Electromagnetics and Remote Sensing V Bringi Electromagnetics Radar Remote Sensing V Chandrasekar Radar Systems and Networking Radar Meteorology RF Communication Systems Signal Processing Jade Morton Global Navigation Satellite Systems GNSS Receivers Atmospheric Remote Sensing Using GNSS and Other Instrumentations Ionospheric Effects on GNSS GNSS Applications Branislav Notaros Computational Electromagnetics Higher Order Methods RF Antennas Scattering Remote Sensing of Snow Rain Weather Radar MRI Transformation Optics EM Education Steven Reising Microwave Remote Sensing of the Earth s Atmosphere and Oceans Earth Science Measurements from Nanosatellites and CubeSats Radiometer and Radar Systems from GHz to THz Frequencies Low Noise Monolithic Microwave IC Design and Packaging

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  • Funded Research Projects - Electrical and Computer Engineering - College of Engineering - Colorado State University
    Maciejewski National Science Foundation NSF Controls and Robotics Coordinated Guidance of Autonomous UAVs via Nominal Belief State Optimization Utilizing GPGPU Implementations o Chong Apolent Corporation Guidance of Autonomous Air Vehicles with On Board Sensors for Multitarget Tracking Chong Northrop Grumman Corporation Information Fusion and Control in Hierarchical Systems Chong DOD USAF Air Force Peak Load Reduction on Distribution Feeders Serving the UniverCity Connections Study Area Using Distributed Ene Young DoE US Department of Energy System Analysis and Controller Synthesis for Photobioreactor Algal Growth Young Solix Biofuels Inc Electric Power and Energy Systems ARRA Interconnection level Analysis and Planning Education and System Studies on Western Electricity Coordinating Suryanarayanan Arizona State University ARRA Peak Load Reduction on Distribution Feeders Serving the UniverCity Connections Study Area Using Distributed Ene Young DoE US Department of Energy Verifiable Decision Making Algorithms for Reconfiguration of Electronic Microgrids Suryanarayanan Alliance for Sustainable Energy NREL Electromagnetics and Remote Sensing Acquisition of multi constellation GNSS data collection arrays for low latitude ionospheric effects studies Morton National Science Foundation NSF Advanced Component Development to Enable Low Mass Low Power High Frequency Radiometers for Coastal Wet Tropospheric Correction on SWOT Reising NASA CG AR Ground Based Microwave Radiometer Reising DOD US Department of Defense Collaborative research and development program on navigation and time keeping with AFRL RYRN Morton AFRL Development of a Meteorological Radar Network for Puerto Rico s West Coast Chandrasekar University of Puerto Rico Development of a Mobile Sparse Array for Multistatic Experiments Chandrasekar Universal Technology Corporation Development of an Internally Calibrated Wide Band Airborne Microwave Radiometer to Provide High Resolution Wet Tropospheric Path Delay Measurements for SWOT Reising NASA Diakoptics Approach to Electromagnetic Modeling and Design Notaros National Science Foundation NSF Efficient Higher Order Techniques for Electromagnetic Modeling and Design of Photonic Crystal Structures Notaros National Science Foundation NSF Feasibility Study of Ferroeletric Reflectarray Antenna for Precipitation Measurement Chandrasekar NASA Natl Aeronautics and Space Admin Field Studies of Raindrop Axis Ratio Orientation Distributions Using an Improved 2D video Disdrometer and Dual Polarized Radar Bringi National Science Foundation NSF Field Support of 2D Video Disdrometer Network Deployments for GPM Bringi NASA Natl Aeronautics and Space Admin Fine Resolution 4 D Measurement of Water Vapor using Ground based Microwave Radiometer Networks Reising U S Department of Defense Global Observations and Precipitation Microphysics Interpretation Precipitation Estimation and Chandrasekar NASA Natl Aeronautics and Space Admin High latitude ionospheric scintillation studies using multi constellation multi band software GNSS receivers Morton AFOSR Higher Order Finite Element Momentum Method Modeling Techniques for Conformal Antenna Applications Notaros National Science Foundation NSF Microwave Radiometer Network Deployment for High Resolution Water Vapor Measurement as part of the Metawave Experiment Reising European Space Agency ESA Multi domain analysis of GNSS signals Morton Dayton Area Graduate Studies Institute Physics Based Modeling of Sensor Environment Morton Dayton Area Graduate Studies Institute Quantifying Particle Size Distributions in Support of GPM Combined Precipitation Retrieval Algorithms Bringi NASA Natl Aeronautics and Space Admin Research for Undergraduates REU Focused around the CSU CHILL National Radar

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  • Highly Cited Work - Electrical and Computer Engineering - College of Engineering - Colorado State University
    FL Mar 1998 239 Citations Howard Jay Siegel Interconnection Networks for SIMD Machines in Tutorial Distributed Processor Communication Architecture edited by Kenneth J Thurber IEEE New York NY pp 379 387 1979 reprinted from Computer Vol 12 No 6 pp 57 65 June 1979 225 Citations S Pasricha N Dutt On Chip Communication architectures System on Chip Interconnect Burlington MA Morgan Kaufmann 2010 213 Citations Quilleré F Rajopadhye S Wilde D 2000 Generation of efficient nested loops from polyhedra International Journal of Parallel Programming 28 5 469 498 197 Citations Howard Jay Siegel A Model of SIMD Machines and a Comparison of Various Interconnection Networks IEEE Transactions on Computers Vol C 28 No 12 pp 907 917 Dec 1979 189 Citations Ali S Siegel H J Maheswaran M Hensgen D 2000 Task execution time modeling for heterogeneous computing systems In Heterogeneous Computing Workshop 2000 HCW 2000 Proceedings 9th pp 185 199 IEEE 182 citations Howard Jay Siegel and S Diane Smith Study of Multistage SIMD Interconnection Networks 5th Annual Symposium on Computer Architecture cosponsors IEEE Computer Society and ACM pp 223 229 Palo Alto CA Apr 1978 172 Citations Chen T Naffziger S 2003 Comparison of adaptive body bias ABB and adaptive supply voltage ASV for improving delay and leakage under the presence of process variation Very Large Scale Integration VLSI Systems IEEE Transactions on 11 5 888 899 168 citations Ali S Maciejewski A A Siegel H J Kim J K 2004 Measuring the robustness of a resource allocation Parallel and Distributed Systems IEEE Transactions on 15 7 630 641 168 citations Ali S Siegel H J Maheswaran M Hensgen D Ali S 2000 Representing task and machine heterogeneities for heterogeneous computing systems Tamkang Journal of Science and Engineering 3 3 195 208 161 citations Howard Jay Siegel and Robert J McMillen The Multistage Cube A Versatile Interconnection Network Computer Special Issue on Interconnection Networks Vol 14 No 12 pp 65 76 Dec 1981 158 Citations Braun T D Siegel H J Beck N Boloni L Maheswaran M Reuther A I Robertson J P Theys M D Yao B 1998 October A taxonomy for describing matching and scheduling heuristics for mixed machine heterogeneous computing systems In Reliable Distributed Systems 1998 Proceedings Seventeenth IEEE Symposium on pp 330 335 IEEE 135 citations Howard Jay Siegel Analysis Techniques for SIMD Machine Interconnection Networks and the Effects of Processor Address Masks IEEE Transactions on Computers Vol C 26 No 2 pp 153 161 Feb 1977 134 Citations Rajopadhye S V 1989 Synthesizing systolic arrays with control signals from recurrence equations Distributed Computing 3 2 88 105 126 Citations S Pasricha N Dutt M Ben Romdhane Extending the Transaction Level Modeling Approach for Fast Communication Architecture Exploration Proceedings of the 41st Annual Design Automation Conference pp 113 118 2004 124 Citations Garg S K Buyya R Siegel H J 2010 Time and cost trade off management for scheduling parallel applications on utility grids Future Generation Computer Systems 26 8 1344 1355 119 citations S Pasricha Transaction Level Modeling of SoC with SystemC 2 0 Synopsys User Group Conference SNUG 2002 Bangalore May 2002 118 Citations Khurana S Kahol A Jayasumana A P 1998 October Effect of hidden terminals on the performance of IEEE 802 11 MAC protocol In Local Computer Networks 1998 LCN 98 Proceedings 23rd Annual Conference on pp 12 20 IEEE 117 citations Adams III G B Siegel H J 1985 U S Patent No 4 523 273 Washington DC U S Patent and Trademark Office 112 citations Siegel H J Armstrong J B Watson D W 1992 Mapping computer vision related tasks onto reconfigurable parallel processing systems Computer 25 2 54 63 111 citations Atallah M J Black C L Marinescu D C Siegel H J Casavant T L 1992 Models and algorithms for coscheduling compute intensive taks on a network of workstations Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing 16 4 319 327 110 citations Rajopadhye S V Fujimoto R M 1990 Synthesizing systolic arrays from recurrence equations Parallel computing 14 2 163 189 105 Citations Quilleré F Rajopadhye S 2000 Optimizing memory usage in the polyhedral model ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems TOPLAS 22 5 773 815 105 Citations Siegel H J 1980 The theory underlying the partitioning of permutation networks Computers IEEE Transactions on 100 9 791 801 104 citations Maheswaran M Braun T D Siegel H J 1999 Heterogeneous distributed computing Wiley Encyclopedia of Electrical and Electronics Engineering 100 citations Controls and Robotics A A Maciejewski and C A Klein Obstacle avoidance for kinematically redundant manipulators in dynamically varying environments International Journal of Robotics Research Vol 4 No 3 pp 109 117 Fall 1985 675 Citations M Girard and A A Maciejewski Computational modeling for the computer animation of legged figures Computer Graphics Vol 19 No 3 pp 263 270 July 1985 Proceedings of the ACM SIGGRAPH conference Reprinted in Seminal Graphics Pioneering Efforts that Shaped the Field ACM Press pp 255 262 1998 447 Citations Wang L Siegel H J Roychowdhury V P Maciejewski A A 1997 Task matching and scheduling in heterogeneous computing environments using a genetic algorithm based approach Journal of parallel and distributed computing 47 1 8 22 403 citations R D Braatz P M Young J C Doyle and M Morari Computational Complexity of Calculation IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control vol 39 pp 1000 1002 1994 348 Citations L Qiu B Bernhardsson A Rantzer E J Davison P M Young and J C Doyle A Formula for Computation of the Real Stability Radius Automatica vol 31 pp 879 890 1995 279 Citations A A Maciejewski and C A Klein The singular value decomposition Computation and applications to robotics International Journal of Robotics Research Vol 8 No 6 pp 63 79 December 1989 168 Citations A A Maciejewski and C A Klein Numerical filtering for the operation of robotic manipulators through kinematically singular configurations Journal of Robotic Systems Vol 5 No 6 pp 527 552 December 1988 152 Citations Maciejewski A

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  • Centers and Laboratories - Electrical and Computer Engineering - College of Engineering - Colorado State University
    channel multi platform sensory systems and decision making autonomous systems machine learning for pattern recognition adaptive text and image retrieval systems and data reduction Professor Mahmood R Azimi Sadjadi Location Engineering C23 Phone 970 491 1518 Website Digital Signal Processing Lab Dynamic Systems and Controls Research Lab The Dynamic Systems and Controls Laboratory focuses on the development of advanced control techniques for complex multivariable systems The theoretical and computational tools developed here may be applied to a wide variety of physical systems In particular the lab currently has experimental studies of active vibration suppression for flexible structures e g servo control in computer disk drives efficient control of heating ventilating and air conditioning HVAC systems and the use of robotic haptic interfaces as part of a multi sensory computing system Professor Peter M Young Location Engineering B111 Phone 970 491 2800 E Beam Laboratory Professor George Collins Location Engineering Research Center B117 Phone 970 491 8513 Electromagnetics Laboratory Research activities of the Electromagnetics Laboratory are in electromagnetics EM computational EM CEM antennas scattering metamaterials atmospheric EM bioEM and EM education Its principal focus is in higher order CEM techniques based on the method of moments finite element method domain decomposition method and hybrid methods as applied to modeling of antennas scatterers and microwave and optical devices Some current projects deal with design of next generation traveling wave magnetic resonance imaging MRI systems characterization of snow and rain using optical devices scattering methods and radar development of RF applicators for biomedical applications etc The lab includes an anechoic chamber with a completely computerized and motorized six axis 10 MHz 50 GHz antenna and scattering test system built by students Professor Branislav M Notaros Location Engineering B110 Phone 970 491 2967 Website Electromagnetics Laboratory Electronics Circuits Lab Location Engineering C105 Embedded Systems and High Performance Computing Lab The research conducted in the laboratory includes the design modeling control optimization simulation and application of embedded systems mobile computing and high performance computing systems Several ongoing projects are focusing specifically on resource allocation for heterogeneous parallel and distributed computing systems energy aware exascale computing emerging post CMOS interconnect technologies including silicon photonics and carbon nanotubes fault resilient on chip networks and memory architectures energy harvesting real time embedded systems CAD algorithms for multi objective optimization of massively multi core processing chips hardware software co design and system level modeling methodologies for systems on chip and energy aware smartphone enhancements Research activities of this laboratory are supported by government agencies such as the National Science Foundation Department of Defense and the Air Force Office of Scientific Research as well as industry including grants from the Semiconductor Research Corporation Professor H J Siegel Sudeep Pasricha Location Engineering C01 Phone 970 491 3148 Extreme Ultraviolet Metrology Laboratory This lab focuses on the implementation of imaging and interferometric tools at extreme ultraviolet wavelengths Professor Mario C Marconi Carmen Menoni Location Engineering Research Center B310 B312 Phone 970 491 8297 Extreme Ultraviolet Science and Technology Center Professor Jorge Rocca

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  • Engineering Research Centers - Electrical and Computer Engineering - College of Engineering - Colorado State University
    Us Department Overview Open Positions About CSU and Fort Collins Contact Us Connect email Facebook Engineering Research Centers In 2003 the National Science Foundation NSF awarded the ECE department an unprecedented two Engineering Research Centers ERCs ECE is the lead institution and headquarters for the Extreme Ultraviolet Science and Technology Center ECE is a partner in the Center for Adaptive Sensing of the Atmosphere headquartered at the University of Massachusetts

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