Undergraduate research projects

ECE strongly believes in coupling the theoretical concepts introduced in the classroom with hands-on experience in laboratories or projects.

Faculty in the department are involved in research that is cutting edge and multidisciplinary, and undergraduate students of all levels of expertise are encouraged to be involved in research projects. Undergraduate research projects provide the student with the opportunity to earn academic credit while participating in the research programs of individual faculty members.

Project Student
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Fall 2015 Projects
Protect My Privacy Android Vikram Shanker
Balanced Campus Minjae Shin
Reach Paul Ramirez
Class E Transmitter Meghan Kaffine
Data fusion for Improved Localization Joel Loo
Turtlebot Human Tracking with Kinect Raghav Goyal
Finding and Analyzing Bottlenecks in Networks and Real-time Streaming Suyash Bhatt
Impedance Measurements Aziz Yousif
Ultra-high-density EEG Recording System Circuitry Justin Forman
Road surface roughness measurements with smartphones Nandini Ramakrishnan
LN resonator-based circuit design Yiyi Zhang
3D Reconstruction of Accident Scenes Aaron Perley
Synergy Labs Smart Infrastructure Research Brandon Schmuck
Colitis Detection Project Seo Heun Lee
Developing a High-Resolution and Portable EEG Jess Chernak
Ultra-high-density EEG Recording System Circuitry Jennifer Lloyd
Developing a flexible DDoS Defense Ashwin Raghavachari
Turing Machine Rohan Saigal
Biological Entity Resolution and Visualization Hari Guduru
Navigating the Ballbot in extremely crowded environment Sicong Wang
Reach Jacob Tesler
Optimizing Stand-Alone Braille Tutor Tangrui Zuo
Automation of Model Development for Studying Big Mechanisms in Biology Kyuin Lee
Gene Networking Sue Hur
Social Relation Mapping Evan Adkins
Exploration in Control Systems Malik Parker
Summer-2 2015 Projects
Gene Networking Sue Hur
Summer-1/All 2015 Projects
Software Testing for Intermittent Energy Harvesting Devices Mark McElwaine
Homogenous 3D Object Positioning through Random Robotic Arm Movements Pragna Mannam
EV Car Security Project Ridhi Surana
Electronic Vehicle Security Jai Rajgarhia
SRAM cells & Datapath Benjamin Broderick
Determination of mathematical relation between nucleation geometry and the transformation temperature in MJTs Avi Ganguli
Spring 2015 Projects
Virtual Dancer Natalia Lesjack-Randall
GenProg for Java Alex Maeda
Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP Abhishek Jindal
FPGA Reconfiguration Algorithms for Improved Diagnostic Resolution Jaime Kang
LN resonator-based Passive Filter Design Yiyi Zhang
Impedance Measurements Aziz Yousif
Improving hearing aids by using EEG to observe auditory attention in normal listeners Aishwarya Renu
Software Security for the Internet-of-Things Hui Jun Tay
Distributed Image Processing Database with Spark Xiaofan Li
Computer Architecture and Platform Design for Energy - Harvesting Computer Systems Mark McElwaine
System Design and Automation for Uncovering Big Mechanisms with Application in Drug Discovery and Testing Isaac Manjarres
Reach Jacob Tesler
Predicting Human Behavior Using Deep Learning Benjamin Siegel
Reach Evans Hauser
Architecture and Platform Design for Energy-harvesting Computer Systems Graham Harvey
Reach John Urbanek
Singing Voice Separation From Music Recordings And Personalization Through Remix Yangyang Xia
Real-Time Simulink Computer Brigitte Quirk
reach Sergio Claure
Genprog Ramsey Natour
Autolab for AP CS Ilteris Canberk
Automate Rolling Hump gait on modular snake robot Sebastian Kaeser
Object Classification using Brain-Computer Interfaces Peter Wei
Safe Cyclist Project Kaan Dogrusoz
Measure brain activities using EEG Wanqiao Ding
Autolab for AP CS Mihir Pandya
Reach Paul Ramirez
Baxter Vest Project Evan Adkins
SPIRAL Project: Software/Hardware Generation for DSP Algorithms Sarah Spock

Project administration

Students, submit and manage your research projects online.

Open Research Projects

Please see the following list of open research projects for undergraduates.


The Small Undergraduate Research Grant (SURG) program offers grants for materials and supplies to undergraduates at Carnegie Mellon for research in all fields of study.