Dr.Reza Sabzehgar:Assistant Professor
  • Ph. D, Simon Fraser University, Canada
  • Joined SDSU in 2014
  • Power Electronics,  Energy Harvesting,  Renewable Energies,  Control applications in Sustainable Energy Systems, and  Mechatronics, Electric/Hybrid Electric Vehicles
  • Many years of Industrial Experience
    Dr. Ke Huang:Assistant Professor
  • Ph.D, University of Grenoble, France
  • New Faculty member Joining in Fall 2014
  • VLSI, Machine learning, Data Mining, Computer Aided Design
  • Post Doc at UT Dallas
    Zahn Innovation Center
  • Apply to the $50K Zahn Challenge for SDSU students, faculty and staff with an idea for a commercial enterprise, social enterprise or project resulting in a social impact.
  • The Zahn Innovation Center is a commercial and social incubator that supports San Diego State University innovators and aspiring entrepreneurs—students, faculty and staff from any major or department on campus—as they transform their ideas into companies. 
  • Zahn Innovation center at San Diego State University College of Engineering is an incubator that support students, faculty and staff as they transform their ideas into products and companies. Read More...
    New degree programs in Republic of Georgia
  • SDSU Announces Partnership with Nation of Georgia.At three campuses in Tbilisi, Georgian students will earn SDSU degrees in STEM fields.
  • SDSU was one of 28 universities that competed for funding from the U.S. Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) to create a joint higher education program in Georgia.
  • An international committee of Georgian officials and U.S. diplomats and aid officers awarded the $30-million contract, which is financed by MCC with some financial input from the Georgian Government. Read More... 
    Design Day 2014
  • Thanks for joining us at our annual College of Engineering Design Day! View photos of the event.
  • The San Diego State University senior engineering Design Day presents a collection of projects from graduating seniors.
  • The San Diego State University College of Engineering hosted its annual Design Day on Friday, May 9. The event featured project demonstrations from graduating seniors in the engineering program, as part of a capstone design class.
  • Design Day exhibits a collection of projects from graduating seniors from Electrical and Computer engineering majors. This is well attended by representatives from local industry, parents and faculty from other departments. Read More...