Congratulations on your admission to our program. We are disappointed that we could not meet face-to-face, but hope you will use this opportunity to engage with our faculty and graduate students as you take this next step in your academic journey.
From the optical fibers that connect the world, to deep space exploration, many of humanity’s greatest achievements would have been unthinkable without electrical and computer engineers. Our department has played an important role in many of these advancements. You can add to our legacy in world-class photonics, high-frequency diodes, and materials science research; contribute to our long-standing tradition in computer engineering, medical imaging, and signals, systems, and communications; and leverage our investments in machine learning research to ride the AI wave.
Professor Emeritus and interim chair Jim Aylor, incoming chair Scott Acton, graduate programs chair Zongli Lin, and CpE program director Barry Johnson are eager to meet you and share their vision and priorities.
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Join Zongli Lin, UVE ECE associate chair for graduate studies, and Beth Eastwood-Beatty, EE student resources coordinator, will answer your questions about policies, procedures and degree requirements.
Our research group designs materials with altered thermal and elecrical properties. We also design new hybrid energy conversion devices for thermal management and solid-state energy conversion technologies.
The Charles L. Brown Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering provides thought leadership via award-winning research, out-of-the-box solutions and turning-point ideas.
We aspire to be an inclusive and welcoming place for all, and a hub of innovation where research and teaching go hand-in-hand. Our mission is to prepare the next generation of electrical and computer engineering leaders to solve society’s grand technological challenges and improve quality of life.