Machine Intelligence and Power Associated Research :

The Machine Intelligence and Power Associated Research laboratory, founded in 1991 by Dr. Gary L. Lebby, specializes in pursuing advanced machine intelligence algorithm development, intelligent system design, computer telephony integration, power system analysis and biometrics. Since its inception, the MIPAR lab have worked on research projects for various government agencies and companies. The lab has participated in research projects for the department, COE and university exceeding $10 million. The laboratory has been a proving ground for many students resulting in the graduation of 5 Ph. D students, 15-20 graduate students and many undergraduates.

Intelligent Mobile Information Systems Lab :

The project involves faculty and students from the Departments of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering and it has the goal of developing an infrastructure for research and graduate education in information technology within the two departments. We define intelligent mobile information systems (IMIS) as systems that use video, speech or data communications, with the capability to adapt to varying environmental conditions and data types, and that involve pattern recognition or other intelligent algorithms.

Rockwell Solid State Electronics Laboratories (RSSEL) :

The Rockwell Solid State Electronics Laboratories (RSSEL) was established in 1977 with assistance from Rockwell International, NASA and Cornell University. The Laboratory has been developed as a vertically-integrated research facility, capable of producing high quality III-V semiconducting materials, characterizing these materials and fabricating devices. Faculty in the Department of Electrical Engineering have maintained the educational and research goals of the RSSEL.

Molecular Beam Epitaxy Laboratory :

Microelectronics Fabrication Laboratory : 

The Microelectronics Fabrications Laboratory (MFL) has been developed as an instructional laboratory for the presentation of silicon device processing techniques in the courses ELEN 614 and ELEN 615. This facility was partially funded by the Microelectronics Center of North Carolina (MCNC). The MFL equipment includes contact photolithography, oxidation/diffusion furnaces, electron beam evaporation, and materials and device characterization (ellipsometry, current-voltage, capacitance-voltage, surface profiling, and optical microscopy). The various instruments are also utilized in research programs within the Department of Electrical Engineering and the University. A remote RF plasma chemical vapor deposition system for the deposition of amorphous silicon compounds provides some research effort in this Laboratory. Faculty Contact: Dr. Ward J. Collis
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Aggie Men’s and Women’s Indoor Track Teams Repeat as MEAC Champs

The North Carolina A&T men’s and women’s indoor track and field team entered the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference history books by becoming the second school in conference history to repeat both squads as conference champions.

N.C. A&T’s Largest STEM Ph.D. Program to Rename, Expand

Already a national leader in STEM education, N.C. A&T State University will deepen its capacity at the graduate level by renaming and expanding a doctoral degree program that is already its largest STEM Ph.D., school officials announced today.

Congresswoman Alma Adams to Speak March 28 at Small Farms Week

U.S. Rep. Alma S. Adams, Ph.D., will deliver the keynote speech at the Small Farmers’ Appreciation Luncheon on March 28, the capstone of the 32nd-annual Small Farms Week at N.C. A&T State University.