Electrical Engineering

Wright State recognized for several undergraduate programs, social mobility by U.S. News

U.S. News named Wright State’s undergraduate programs in engineering, computer science, nursing and business as among the best in the nation for 2022. Continue reading

Grants from Intel Corporation will support curriculum development and training for local students

Wright State will collaborate with Central State University, the University of Cincinnati and other institutions in two projects supported by Intel Corporation. Continue reading

The long way around

Graduate electrical engineering student Javonne Baker worked on radar-related projects during a summer research program at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Continue reading

Math boot camp

Almost 100 first-year engineering and computer science students participated in the Academic Advantage Program. Continue reading

Wright State joins semiconductor and microelectronic network for enabling cutting-edge research and technology development

Wright State is prepared to address the research and educational needs of the semiconductor and microelectronic industries and help students prepare for new career opportunities with those industries. Continue reading

Michael Raymer appointed interim dean of College of Engineering and Computer Science

Michael L. Raymer has served as the chair of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering since 2021. Continue reading

Smart action plan

Scholarship gives electrical engineering Ph.D. student Thomas Beard research position at AFRL

Thanks to the Department of Defense SMART Scholarship-for-Service, Thomas Beard is pursuing a Ph.D. in electrical engineering and working at the Air Force Research Laboratory. Continue reading

13 Wright State faculty, staff and alumni named to Dayton Business Journal Forty Under 40 list

The honorees include Amir Zadeh, associate professor of management information systems, and Brooke Johnson Leppla, associate director of alumni and donor marketing and communication. Continue reading

Beloved Wright State professor, prolific writer, retires with a legacy among electronics students

Marian Kazimierczuk, professor emeritus of electrical engineering, continues to advise doctoral students and teach, despite retiring last year. Continue reading

College Engineering and Computer Science students participate in induction ceremonies

Recent engineering and computer science graduates took part in induction ceremonies for the Order of the Engineer and the Pledge of the Computing Professional. Continue reading