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Systems and Signals

Area 2

The Signals and Systems Area at WVU is engaged in research related to the analysis and processing of signals. The area includes the following disciplines:

  • Digital Signal Processing
  • Communication Theory
  • Power Systems Engineering
  • Image and Video Processing
  • Control Systems
  • Wireless Networking
  • Information and Coding Theory

In addition to the core courses, a wide variety of elective course in the above areas are offered on a regular basis. The faculty in the area are associated with several vibrant labs that each serve as the hub of activity for a particular research area. The individual labs are highlighted below.

Representative labs

M.S. Core Courses

  • EE - 513 Stochastic Systems Theory
  • EE - 515 Linear Control Systems

Ph.D. Qualifier Core Courses

  • EE 513 - Stochastic Systems Theory ( Exam topics)
  • EE 515 - Linear Control Systems
  • EE 533 - Computer Applications in Power Systems Analysis

Elective Courses

  • EE 461 - Intro to Communication Systems
  • EE 465 - Intro to Image Processing
  • EE 517 - Optimal Control
  • EE 519 - Digital Control
  • EE 531 - Advanced Electrical Machinery
  • EE 533 - Computer Applications in Power System Analysis
  • EE 535 - Power System Control and Stability
  • EE 561 - Communication Theory
  • EE 562 - Wireless Communication System
  • EE 565 - Advanced Image Processing
  • EE 567 - Coding Theory
  • EE 568 - Information Theory
  • EE 569 - Digital Video Processing
  • EE 613 - Detection and Estimation
  • EE 625 - Advanced Signal Processing
  • EE 713 - Large-Scale System Modeling
  • EE 731 - Real Time Control of Power System
  • EE 733 - Protection of Power Systems