Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Alex Sprintson – Professor

sprintsonOffice: 334G Wisenbaker Engineering Building, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX 77843-3128
Tel: (979) 458-0092
Fax: (979) 845-2630
Email: spalex@ece.tamu.edu
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Research Interests: Algorithmic and Information-theoretic aspects of networking, Network coding and its applications in communication networks, QoS routing for unicast and multicast, Reliable/Secure data distribution systems.


Hamid A. Toliyat – Raytheon Endowed Professor

toliyatOffice: 205E Wisenbaker Engineering Building, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX 77843-3128
Tel: (979) 862-3034
Fax: (979) 845-6259
Email: toliyat@tamu.edu
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Research Interests: Distributed Energy Systems; Wind Mills; Microturbine, Solar, Electromechanical energy storage batteries; Fuel cell operated electric motor drives; Auxiliary power generators; Power converters for electric machines including multi-levels.


Mark H. Weichold – Regents Professor

Image of Mark WeicholdExecutive Director for Halliburton Global Engineering Program
Exectutive Director, TEES Global Initiatives
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Office: 104 Engineering Activities Building A
Phone: 979.862.8456
Email: m-weichold@tamu.edu
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Research Interests: Solid State Device Physics and Fabrication


Le Xie – Associate Professor

Le XieOffice: 301H Wisenbaker Engineering Building, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX 77843-3128
Tel: (979) 845-7563
Email: le.xie@tamu.edu
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Research Interests: Modeling and control of electric energy systems; Integration of renewable variable energy resources; Design and optimization of competitive power systems; Theory and application of cyber-physical energy systems.


Xi Zhang – Professor

Image of Xi Zhang

Office: 331D Wisenbaker Engineering Building, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX 77843-3128
Tel: (979) 458-1416
Fax: (979) 845-2630
Email: xizhang@tamu.edu
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Research Interests: Wireless networks and communications systems, quality of service (QoS) over multimedia wireless and wireline networks, networks protocol design and modeling, statistical communications, random signal processing, information theory, and control theory and systems.
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