Ricci Curvature to Predict Financial Market Risk

Prof. Tryphon Georgiou, and co-authors Romeil Sandhu and Prof. Allen Tannenbaum (at the Department of Computer Science, and the Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, respectively at SUNY, Stony Brook) demonstrate that curvature can be used as an indicator of the fragility of financial markets. In their paper titled “Ricci Curvature: An Economic Indicator for […]

Are Quieter Jet Planes on the Horizon?

Prof. Mihailo Jovanovic and his collaborators from the Department of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics, Prof. Joseph Nichols and PhD student Jinah Jeun, have developed a new approach to studying how noise is produced by turbulence in aircraft engine exhausts. The paper titled Input-output analysis of high-speed axisymmetric isothermal jet noise uses techniques from electrical engineering […]

Christopher Ertsgaard Receives NSF GRFP Fellowship

ECE first year Ph.D. student Christopher Ertsgaard had been selected to receive a 2016 National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) Fellowship. GRFP fellows are annually selected from a highly diverse and competitive set of applicants, and awards are based on candidates demonstrating their potential to make significant contributions to science and engineering […]

Kai Wu and Hamza Farooq Awarded Interdisciplinary Doctoral Fellowships

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is proud to announce that two of our doctoral students have been awarded the highly coveted Interdisciplinary Doctoral Fellowship for the 2016-2017 academic year, by the University of Minnesota. The ECE awardees are doctoral candidates Hamza Farooq and Kai Wu. The award honors their excellence in their academic […]

Kai Wu reading a book

Prof. Murti Salapaka Receives NSF Cyberphysical Systems Grant

ECE faculty Prof. Murti Salapaka is the lead PI on a cyberphysical systems grant awarded by the NSF. In a cross-disciplinary endeavor, the proposed research seeks to understand successful and robust transportation in biological cells and leverage this knowledge to realize an effective transport mechanism at the micro scale. Successful realization of a robust transportation […]

Graph Curvature for Differentiating Cancer Networks

Prof. Tryphon Georgiou in a paper led and co-authored by Prof. Allen Tannenbaum and other researchers and faculty from Stony Brook University and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, demonstrates that a certain geometric feature of protein networks can be used to identify cancer cells. The paper published in the Nature research journal Scientific Reports, addresses a key challenge […]