Graduate Student Orientation: August 23
All new graduate students are required to attend. Please click here for event information.
A multi-disciplinary team led by the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences (CEAS) has received $3.2 million under the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Research Project Grant Program (RO1) to investigate machine learning methods for classification of intrapartum signals (FHR and uterine activity) that has the potential to significantly outperform the accuracy of contemporary methods. The project is called “Rethinking Electronic Fetal Monitoring to Improve Perinatal Outcomes and Reduce Frequency of Operative Vaginal and Cesarean Deliveries.”
6/5: PhD Defense: Emerson Vernon, "Design and Characterization of an Advanced Virtual Frisch-Grid Application Specific Integrated Circuit for Gamma Ray Spectroscopy and a Low Noise Multi-Amplifier Readout System for Synchrotron Applications
Take a tour of our Embedded Systems Design Lab, where undergraduate ECE students learn about embedded microprocessor systems, digital design, and programmable logic.
The AI Institute will serve as a hub for the AI research effort at Stony Brook University and will fuel the workforce for the AI-driven economy of the future through programs that fuse computer science, engineering and applied mathematics with medicine, life sciences, and the arts and humanities.