Systems Lab
Systems Lab

About the Systems Laboratory

The EECS Systems Laboratory is located on the fourth floor of the EECS building on UM's North Campus. The laboratory consists of 19 faculty whose teaching and research activities span the fields of communications, control, and signal processing. Major research thrusts exist in the theory and application of robotics, discrete event systems, biosystems, computational imaging, statistical machine learning, compressive sampling and wireless networks. Much of the research in the laboratory is cross-cutting and interdisciplinary, involving collaborations across the College of Engineering (biomedical, chemical, mechanical, nuclear, civil, and aerospace), the School of Medicine (pathology, radiology, radiation oncology, cardiology, otolaryngology, ophtalmology, bioinformatics), the College of Literature, Sciences and the Arts (mathematics, statistics, biology, physics) and the School of Music.

Michigan native Claude Shannon is the father of information theory. Born in 1916 in Petoskey, Michigan, and raised in Gaylord, he obtained two bachelor degrees from the University of Michigan in 1936, on one in electrical engineering and a second in mathematics. His pioneering work on the theory of information laid the foundations for the modern era of digital communications.

Information for Graduate Students

This website is the best place to start if you are interested in pursuing graduate studies in the general areas of Communications, Control, and Signal Processing. Our faculty and students are active in a broad spectrum of cutting-edge theoretical and applied research, and our alumni are pursuing successful careers in industry and academia. Please don't hesitate to contact us the grad staff or visit the prospective students page if you need more information about our program.