Associate Professor Kai-Mei Fu featured in UW Magazine on exciting quantum computing collaborations in the Pacific Northwest.
UW ECE’s Computer and Network research includes computer architecture and computer system engineering, VLSI, embedded computing, wireless networks, and wireless communication research. Several of UW ECE’s Computers and Networking faculty hold joint and secondary appointments in computer science and engineering and teach jointly in the Electrical & Computer Engineering and Computer Science & Engineering departments.
Computer Engineering and Architecture
Operating systems, performance analysis, and testbed development, FPGA based computing architectures
Very-Large-Scale Integration (VLSI)
Analog and digital VLSI integrated circuits, devices, and applications, energy management
Mobile devices, embedded control systems, real-time systems, tools and networks
Internet architecture, network economics, distributed systems, developing country infrastructure
Network security, game theory, statistical modeling, machine learning and control and systems theory
UW ECE associate professor Visvesh Sathe was recently recognized with an Intel 2020 Outstanding Researcher Award for his project focused on developing a more energy-efficient computer architecture.
How might we apply remote learning beyond the pandemic? UW ECE assistant teaching professor Rania Hussein collaborated with four universities to set up FPGA circuit boards on campus so that students could remotely access and utilize real hardware located at all participating universities.
UW ECE invites applicants for 2 tenure track assistant professors with expertise in quantum information science & technology (QIST). Join a vibrant, diverse and world-class entrepreneurial community of researchers and students who are pioneering the development of groundbreaking quantum-enabled technologies at UW.
A UW ECE research team has designed a new chip for neural interfaces that will help increase knowledge about the brain and enable better treatments for a wide range of medical conditions such as Parkinson’s disease and epilepsy.
The National Science Foundation has awarded $3 million to establish a NSF Research Traineeship at the University of Washington for graduate students in quantum information science and technology, or QIST.
- Michael B. Taylor
- Sreeram Kannan
- Visvesh Sathe
- Baosen Zhang
- Chris Rudell
- Scott Hauck
- Shwetak N. Patel
- Radha Poovendran
- James A. Ritcey
- Sumit Roy
- Payman Arabshahi
- Linda Bushnell
- Yasuo Kuga
- Intelligent Systems Lab
- Processing Systems Lab (PSyLab)
- Bespoke Silicon Group
- CMMB Vision – UW EE Center on Satellite Multimedia and Connected Vehicles
- Adaptive Computing Machines and Emulators (ACME) Lab
- Network Security Lab
- Fundamentals of Networking Laboratory
- Future Analog System Technologies Lab
- Information Theory Lab
- Unsupervised Deep Learning of Compact Binary Descriptors
- Hole Filling with Multiple Reference Views in DIBR View Synthesis
- Signal Dependent Transform Based on SVD for HEVC Intra Coding
- Fast Intra Mode and CU Size Decision for HEVC
- A Data-driven Point Cloud Simplification Framework for City-scale Image-based Localization
- Cloaking the Clock: Emulating Clock Skew in Controller Area Networks