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Master of Science in Electrical Engineering – Vancouver

Faculty working with Students: 6
Students: 10
Students receiving assistantships or scholarships: 80%
Priority deadline:
  • Fall January 10th
  • Spring July 10th
Campus:
  • Vancouver: Yes
Tests required:

Admission Requirements:

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Student Learning Outcomes:

All graduates will be able to:

  •  Students have general mastery of their field of study in Electrical Engineering.
  •  Students have mastery of knowledge in a specialized area.
  •  Students are able to conduct state-of-the-art research in a specialize area that makes a contribution to the knowledge base.
  •  Students can effectively communicate their research in oral and written form.
  •  Students are able to disseminate research results in archival literature.

Faculty Members:

Arigong, Bayaner, Ph.D.

Location: Vancouver

Serves as: chair, co-chair, or member of graduate committee

Chen, Zhi, Ph.D.

Serves as: chair, co-chair, or member of graduate committee

Research Interests

Power Systems Operations, planning, and Control
Transactive and Clean Energy
Intelligent Power Systems Technologies

Also see https://labs.wsu.edu/zhi-chen/

Karacolak, Tutku, Ph.D.

Serves as: chair, co-chair, or member of graduate committee

Research Interests

Bioelectromagnetics
Implantable Antennas
Antenna Analysis and Design
Antenna Miniaturization and Optimized Antennas
Ultra Wide Band Antennas
Full-Duplex Systems for Compact Low Power Devices

Lynch, John Daniel, Ph.D.

Serves as: member only of graduate committee

Research Interests

Digital system design, fault-tolerant and asynchronous circuits

Sekhar, Praveen K, Ph.D.

Serves as: chair, co-chair, or member of graduate committee

Research Interests

• Internet of Things (IoT)
• Sensors
• MEMS
• Nanomaterials
• Engineering Education

Zhao, Feng, Ph.D.

Serves as: chair, co-chair, or member of graduate committee

Research Interests

Microelectronics, nanoelectronics, nanomaterials, microelectromechanical system (MEMS), sensors, microfabrication.

Contact Information:

Keri Deford
Engineering and Computer Science Bldg 201B
Vancouver, WA
360-546-9424