Electrical & Computer Engineering

In the graduate programs in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), you’ll work with award-winning faculty on ongoing research that impacts the grand challenges of engineering. Your courses will be taught by fully credentialed faculty who conduct research across a wide spectrum of topics sponsored by the federal government and industry.

You’ll have the opportunity to work in a number of recognized research groups, such as our nationally recognized remote sensing laboratory specializing in the conception, design, and implementation of advanced microwave and millimeter-wave systems for remote sensing of the geophysical environment; our hardware security group that engineers trust and control into the foundations of embedded systems; our nanoelectronics group which affects a wide-range of applications from bioelectronics to next-gen computing platforms; and our cyber-physical systems group that leverages computation, networking, and sensing to help automate our world and improve society’s sustainability.