Have you heard us talking about the RED (Revolutionizing Engineering Departments) grant from the National Science Foundation and wonder what it means? We created a new web site to share details of our new approach to teaching and learning.
Former ECE student and robotics entrepreneur, Ian Bernstein, pivots to create a non-invasive, temperature-taking robot for COVID workplace screenings.
The ECE department has been named Innovative Program of the Year by the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Heads Association for our work to reinvent teaching and learning.
Drawing on data from existing cellular wireless networks, Prof. Edwin Chong and his team developed a new, non-invasive strategy to identify areas at greatest risk for spreading the disease.
University Distinguished Professor Jorge Rocca is one of only eight scientists in the nation awarded a $3 million Vannevar Bush Faculty Fellowship from the U.S. Department of Defense – its most prestigious award for single investigators – to conduct cutting-edge basic research that holds promise for transformative impact.
The American Society for Engineering Education has honored our college with the Bronze Award for diversity and inclusion efforts – one of 25 schools to receive the award.
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Join us via Microsoft Teams for our first-ever online research series featuring the work of our graduate students and faculty. The series is hosted by the ECE Graduate Student Association.
ECE lecture series showcases a wide range of technical topics and contemporary issues. Attend our seminars to learn about research and industry trends in electrical and computer engineering.
Graduate exams highlight the work of students pursuing advanced degrees ECE.