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Jianjian Song

Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Dr. Jianjian Song is an expert in high-speed digital design, microcontroller-based systems, electromagnetic compatibility and electronic design automation. He has consulted on several projects for a variety of industrial clients and is leading student independent project/research opportunities in wireless sensor networks. Dr. Song coordinates a faculty exchange program with Chinese universities and advises the Chinese Culture Club. He also helped develop a robotic arm exhibit for the Terre Haute Children’s Museum.

Teaching Interests

  • High-speed digital and computer system design on printed circuit boards
  • Signal and power integrity of electronic systems
  • Microcontroller-based embedded and real-time systems
  • Electromagnetic compatibility
  • Electronic design automation
  • Algorithms and architecture for parallel and cluster computing

Research Experiences

  • High-speed digital and computer system design on printed circuit boards
  • Signal and power integrity of electronic systems
  • Microcontroller-based embedded and real-time systems
  • Electromagnetic compatibility

Publications & Presentations

  • Song, J., Hoover, K. E. and Wheeler, E., “Effectiveness of PCB Simulation in Teaching High-Speed Digital Design,” Newsletter of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers’ EMC Society, Winter 2008
  • Hoffman, A. M., Song, J. and Tuttle, E. M., “ELOPTA: A Novel Microcontroller Based Operant Device,” Behavior Research Methods, Psychonomic Society Publications, Vol. 39(4), 2007
  • Song, J., Wheeler, E. and Walter, D., “Rationale for a Required Course on Signal and Power Integrity in Computer Engineering Curriculum,” American Society of Engineering Education Conference, Atlanta, 2013
  • Song, J., Mu, X., Xu, H. and Yoder, M., “Learning and Practicing Fundamentals of Electrical and Computer Engineering through Building and Programming a Microcontroller Board,” Frontiers in Education Conference, Arlington, Va., 2010
  • Hoover, K., Song, J., Wheeler, E. and Drewniak, J., “Three Practical and Effective RF and EMC Experiments for a Computer Engineering Course on Electromagnetics and EMC,” American Society of Engineering Education Conference, Austin, Texas, 2009

Academic Degrees

  • PhD, University of Minnesota, 1991
  • MS, University of Minnesota, 1985
  • BS, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, 1982