Keep up with the news on the students, faculty and alumni of Ole Miss Electrical and Computer Engineering
Ph.D student wins prize for research communication skills
Maisha Sadia shared first place award among Ph.D. students in the UM Graduate School’s Three Minute Thesis competition. She explained how chaos theory can be used to prevent hackers from breaking into computers.
Professor shares how music brought him to engineering
Working at a recording studio in New Orleans, Barry Muldrey earned a reputation for being good with electronics. He explained that “I began to realize I might have a brighter future in engineering than in music.”
Graduate research with NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab, now senior engineers at Qualcomm
A talk with recent Ph.D. graduates Rojina Adhikary and Amrit Kharel – married in life and in their passion for wireless communications
From electrical engineer to Dallas Cowboys’ number cruncher
Adam Vonder Harr (BSEE 2014) works as a football research analyst, helping with everything from scouting and personnel decisions to assisting coaches with game planning and player health.
EE alum and professor publishes book on anechoic ranges for electromagnetic measurements
Adjunct professor Vince Rodriguez – with his B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. from Ole Miss – delves into the issue of electromagnetic interference considerations necessary for electronic products in industries as wide-ranging as aerospace, automotive and telecommunications. .