The control and computing group investigates the theoretical and algorithmic principles underlying modern electrical engineering in order to innovatively solve current day engineering problems faced by academia and industry.
The following partial list is of problems being tackled by our students in the department and alumni in industry.
Automatic control theory
Data estimation and filtering
Graph and matroid decompositions
Information encryption and coding error control
Power system stabilization
Analysis and simulation of very large scale (million node) circuits
Electromagnetic field computations for building circuits with better performance