Student Electrical and Computer Engineering Research Opportunities
Faculty in the electrical and computer engineering department conduct research in a variety of fields.
At Saint Louis University’s Parks College of Aviation, Engineering and Technology, our students get to participate in ongoing electrical and computer engineering research efforts, meaning they receive unique, hands-on experiences that are reserved for graduate students at most other universities.
Faculty members often have their results of this research featured in industry publications, meaning students have the chance to be involved in the latest engineering advancements while enrolled in the computer or electrical engineering programs.
- Student Research - learn more about student research opportunities at Parks College
- Faculty Publications - discover how our electrical and computer engineering faculty are adding their voices and expertise to related industries.
- Research Centers, Labs and Facilities - examine our facilities that rival major universities.
Meet the Electrical & Computer Engineering Faculty
Dr. Ebel’s research involves Space-Time codes and Turbo codes with a particular interest in decoder architectures and finite word length effects on performance.
Dr. Gharabagi conducts electrical engineering research in regards to modeling and simulation of small geometry devices, Integrated Circuits and related issues.
Dr. Mallikarjuna performs research in regards to power systems and computer communications.
Dr. Mitchell specializes in research regarding Sensor Arrays, Intelligent Agents, Modeling and Simulation.
Dr. Rahman’s research pertains to electromagnetics, including numerical computation of EM fields using Fourier series methods, propagation of EM waves through a stratified medium, and digital signal processing of a Mills’ Cross array antenna.