Our approach to the MS in ECE is all about hands-on research. WPI’s world-class faculty are known for fueling breakthroughs that impact the world, and you’ll work alongside them in our labs using devices, instruments, and cutting-edge technologies.
Current ECE faculty research projects are diverse and help answer the question, “What does an electrical and computer engineer do?”
- Secure communication for low-power and hand-held devices and advanced cryptographic algorithms and
- Innovative medical devices in areas that include low-frequency electromagnetic modeling of the human body, magnetic resonance imaging, wearable sensors, and prosthesis control systems
- Embedded systems, autonomous vehicle navigation (stoplight and lane detection using machine learning) and communication (vehicle-to-vehicle, vehicle-to-infrastructure), solar/wind/renewable energy, cognitive and wireless radio systems, robotic control, power systems