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Xiaobo Tan

Electroactive polymer sensors and actuators, biomimetic robotic fish, mobile sensing in aquatic environments, control of autonomous robotic swarms, modeling and control of hysteresis, embedded control systems.

Antonello Tamburrino

His research interests are in the broad areas of (i) Electromagnetic Imaging and Inverse Problems and (ii) Computational Electromagnetism. In the first field they include the development of 3D numerical methods for modelling NDE tests (forward problem), real-time imaging methods and algorithms (inverse problem) and sensors and system for NDE, with applications to aircraft and nuclear power plants NDE.

Andrew Mason

Dr. Mason research utilizes mixed-signal integrated circuits and microfabrication to addresses challenges in microsystem development for biochemical, neural, and environmental sensing applications. Current projects include high-resolution, low-power, bioelectrochemical interrogation circuits; adaptive chemical sensor interface circuits; post-CMOS fabrication of electrochemical sensor arrays; and implantable mixed-signal integrated circuits for signal processing of wireless neural recordings. Dr.

Tongtong Li

Prof. Li's research interests lie in wireless security, cognitive networks, wireless sensor networks, cyber-physical systems, wireless communications, digital signal processing, and information theory. Current projects in Prof. Li's BAWC (Broadband Access and Wireless Communication) Lab include: highly efficient and reliable communication system design, multi-layer techniques for secure communications under hostile environments, secure cyber-physical communication systems, and security issues in cognitive networks.

Wen Li

Wen Li received her Ph.D. degree (2008) and M.S. degree (2004) in Electrical Engineering from California Institute of Technology. Before that, she studied in Tsinghua University and received her M.S. degree in Microelectronics (2003) and B.S. degree in Material Science and Engineering (2001). Her research interests include MEMS/NEMS technologies and systems, micro sensors and actuators, biomimetic devices and systems, microfluidic and lab-on-chip systems, and microsystem integration and packaging technologies.

Lixin Dong

Dr. Dong's main research interests include nanorobotics, nanoelectromechanical systems (NEMS), mechatronics, mechanochemistry, and nanobiomedical devices. Prior to joining MSU in December 2008, he held a Senior Research Scientist position at Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich, where he led the NanoRobotics Group in the Institute of Robotics and Intelligent Systems (IRIS).

Erik Goodman

Goodman is Director of the BEACON Center for the Study of Evolution in Action, an NSF Science and Technology Center, which began operation in August, 2010. The center conducts multidisciplinary research on evolution going on in the lab and field, in "digital organisms" in the computer, and in evolutionary computation applied to solution of problems in engineering and computer science. Goodman's personal research centers on evolutionary computation, particularly heterogeneous and parallel genetic algorithms and genetic programming.

Linos Jacovides

Linos Jacovides joined the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering as a professor in January 2014.

His research expertise includes electric propulsion, automotive electrical systems, alternative fuels and energy.

Subir Biswas

Subir's research interests include the broad area of wireless data networking, low-power network protocols, vehicular networks, on-body networks, and application-specific sensor networks. Research in Prof. Biswas' NeEWS laboratory spans across a wide range of embedded system design issues including resource-constrained network systems, embedded operating systems, network middleware, mobile content delivery, and application specific hardware and software subsystem design.

Guoliang Xing

Guoliang Xing earned his D.Sc. ('06) and M.S. ('03) in computer science from Washington University in St. Louis. He received a B.S. in electrical engineering and M.S. in computer science from Xi'an Jiaotong University in 1998 and 2001, respectively. Prior to joining MSU, he was an assistant professor of computer science at the City University of Hong Kong. His research interests include wireless sensor networks, mobile computing, and networked embedded systems.