Go to Main NavigationGo to Secondary NavigationGo to SearchGo to Left NavigationSkip to Main ContentGo to Footer Navigation
Facebook Twitter YouTube RSS
Dr. Lijian Xu, Assistant Professor of EET/CET

Lijian Xu, PhD

Assistant Professor
EET/CET Department
 246 I Lupton


  • Ph.D., Wayne State University
  • M.S., University of Central Florida


  • Dr. Xu has 12 years of engineering and engineering management experience from AT&T and Telus Communication.  Dr. Xu taught electrical and computer engineering courses at Wayne State University from 2009 to 2014. He joined Farmingdale State College from 2014.  His research interests are in the areas of cyber-physical systems, FGPA design, digital wireless communication, stochastic analysis. His research to date has involved the impact of wireless communication in the feedback systems. Additionally, his research in tracking has involved cyber-physical uncertainties in wireless networked sensing and control, network resource allocation, platoon control and smart grid.


  • W.E.B. Wu Bois Research Grant
  • Best Paper Award of 2012 IEEE International Conference on Electrical/Information technology
  • Thomas C. Rumble University Graduate Fellowship Award
  • Olbrot Awards for Excellence in Graduate Student Research
  • National Innovation Award Third Place


  • ECE 3300 Electronic Circuits I
  • ECE3330 Electronic Circuits II
  • ECE4330 Linear Networks & Systems Analysis
  • ECE 4770 Automatic Control System I
  • ECE5700 Digital Communication and Design
  • EET 105 Electronic Circuits Analysis
  • EET 111 Introductory of Electric Circuit
  • EET 317 Industry Electronics
  • EET 223 Digital Electronics
  • TEL 420 Emerging Communication Technologies