EEGSA Halloween Party 2019!!!

Come join us on the 31st of October for a Halloween Party organised by the EEGSA. Free drinks and food will be served at the party. We have a pumpkin carving contest and a costume contest so come dressed! Hope to see ya’ll there.

Venue: Bansal Atrium

Time:   4pm-8pm


Constitution of EE-GSA, Updated on 10/23/2017

Electrical Engineering Graduate Student Association


ARTICLE I: Name of the Organization

Section 1: The name of this organization will be know as Electrical Engineering Graduate Student Association, hereinafter referred to as “EEGSA”.

ARTICLE: II: Mission and Purpose

Section 1: The purpose of EEGSA shall be to represent the graduate student body of the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University at Buffalo, the State University of New York.

Section 2: EEGSA shall abide by the State University of New York policies and procedures as well as the University at Buffalo policies and procedures.

ARTICLE III: Qualifications of Membership

Section 1: Membership in EEGSA shall be open to any graduate students and outstanding senior students of the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University at Buffalo, the State University of New York.

Section 2: Active membership shall be determined by being affiliated with the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University at Buffalo, the State University of New York.

Section 3: Membership in EEGSA shall be open to all students without regard of race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, age, disability, veteran status, or any other classification protected by law, so that all members at all times are treated with dignity and respect.

ARTICLE IV: Officers

Section 1: The officers shall consist a President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary. All officers must be a graduate student in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University at Buffalo, the State University of New York.

Section 2: The President shall be the chief executive of the club/organization, maintain operation procedures, serve as the liaison for the club/organization with University at Buffalo administration, call and preside over meetings, take care that this constitution and the policies and procedures at the University at Buffalo, the State University of New York are faithfully executed.

Section 3: The Vice President shall assist the President with all administrative duties and assume those duties in the President’s absence.

Section 4: The Treasurer shall receive and distribute EEGSA funds upon the authorization of the President, in accordance with the SUNY Mandatory Student Activity Fee and the financial rules and regulations of the University at Buffalo, prepare the annual budget, sign requisitions for club and organization funds.

Section 5: The Secretary shall keep accurate and detailed records of all meetings and affairs are responsible for all correspondence with EEGSA members, coordinate preparation and distribution of handouts, flyers and publications.

Section 6: The elected officers will form the Executive Board.

Section 7: All elected officers must be in good academic standing at the University at Buffalo. Overall GPA must be a 3.0 or higher.

Section 8: Any officer may be removed from the Executive Board for failure to perform his/her duties. This can include failure to carry out the responsibilities of that office or for any action that violates the mission of EEGSA.

ARTICLE V: Elections

Section 1: The President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary shall be elected by the members of the EEGSA to serve one year term. Annual elections shall be held in the beginning of the Fall semester. The officers shall be elected by means of a ballot. The term of office for all officers shall begin after the elections, and end on the next election date.

Section 2: Nominations of candidates for officer positions shall be self nomination through a survey online provides by the previous officers. Nominees for office positions must be EEGSA members.


Section 1: Regular meeting shall be held at least once a month. Meetings will be called by the President.

Section 2: Quorum shall consist of fifty percent plus one of club membership. Quorum is needed for official votes to take place.

ARTICLE VII: Amendments

Section 1: Amendments to this constitution shall be adopted by a two-thirds vote of the members present at two consecutive meetings at which the amendment is read.


Date of the Constitution created 9/10/2015

Last Revision Date: 10/23/2017

EE Poster Competition 2017

Hello all,

Here is a selection of few images from the amazing posters presented in University at Buffalo, March 2017


PhD Scholar Jim getting insights from Chinmayee’s research


Anudeep presenting his research to Shenchu while curious Joaquin checks in.


PhD Scholar Viktor and Vamsi on an engaging conversation on 3 D metal printing research.



Fei Wei is all smiles with his research work with Dr. Langberg



Thanks to the EEGSA, UB for sponsoring the event.

The winners of the EE poster competition are:

First place:
“Nanoscale Optical Communications for In Vivo Wireless Nanosensor Networks” presented by Pedram Johari (Advisor: Josep Jornet)

Second place:
“Fast Binary Counters Based on Symmetric Stacking” presented by Christopher Fritz (Advisor: Adly T. Fam)

Third place:
“β-Ga2O3 power MOSFET for High Efficiency Next Generation Power Electronic” presented by Ke Zeng (Advisor: Uttam Singisetti)

Honorable mention:
“Magnetohydrodynamic Drop-on-Demand Liquid Metal Printing: Device Design & Characterization” presented by Viktor Sukhotskiy (Advisor: Edward Furlani)

Congratulations to all winners!  Pedram Johari and JChristopher Fritz will represent EE for the SEAS poster competition on April 6th

Student Hackathon June 2016 at UB

PLEASE NOTE : This hackathon competition is open to all University at Buffalo students and is not limited to students in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences…please feel free to encourage your non-engineering student-friends to participate as well as your engineering student friends !!!


Save the date: 10/11 Jun 2016


Revolutionize the Stadium Experience 



Dear Students,


We are are seeking 100 creative students from across the disciplines for a Hackathon next month on how to “Revolutionize the Stadium Experience”.


  • What will the next generation of stadium hospitality look like, for sports and cultural events?
  • How can we remake the experience to be both revolutionary and convenient for all guests and fans?
  • What innovations would create a truly immersive experience?


The scope of this Hackathon includes everything you would find at a stadium event for sports or entertainment … retail, food and beverage, technology, restaurants, catering, fan and guest engagement, interactive experiences, and amenities.


Sponsor: Delaware North, a Buffalo company that operates more than 50 stadiums and event venues

Date: Check in 4pm on Friday 10 June – Prizes announced 5pm on Saturday 11 June

Location: Davis Hall, UB’s North Campus

BYO: devices and sleeping kit (in case you need a nap)

Provided: great fun, great food, fantastic PRIZES … and a great creative activity to add to your resume!


Please register at :




Winners of the EE poster competition

The winners of the EE poster competition are:


First place:

” High-Efficiency All-Dielectric Metasurfaces for Beam Manipulation in Transmission Mode” presented by Mikhail I. Shalaev (Advisor: Natalia Litchinitser)


Second place:

“UB-ANC Emulator: An Emulation Framework for Multi-Agent Drone Networks” presented by Jalil Modares (Advisor: Nicholas Mastronarde)


Third place:

“TeraSim: A Network simulator for TeraHertz band Communication Networks” presented by Zahed Hossain (Advisor: Josep Jornet)


Honorable mention:

“Evaluating Chromia as a Novel Gate Dielectric for Post-CMOS Spintronics” presented by Chun Pui Kwan (Advisor: Jonathan Bird)


Congratulations to all winners! Mikhail Shalaev and Jalil Modares will represent EE for the SEAS poster competition on April 7th.


EE Department poster competition

. The competition was held on March 30th, Wednesday, 1-4 PM, in the Atrium (south side) on the 2nd floor of Davis Hall.

The best two posters from the EE competition will represent the Department in the SEAS competition on April 7th, as part of the Career Perspectives and Networking Conference.


Here are some of the posters and presenters:-


Chang Liu with his work on SPR systems with Chenyu Li ( EEGSA president on the right)


Nimai Shanker , excited about his poster presentation in the competition


Han Zhao with his research work


Sameerah Desnavi, a PhD candidate with her research work in photonics


Xiang Zheng, PhD candidate in EE with his poster


Matin Meskin, a PhD candidate with his research work done in collaboration with Buffalo State College


Chicheng Ma with his presentation


Luke Zakrajsek with his work on Nanoantenna arrays.