About

Welcome! We focus on fostering leadership and creating engineering solutions for energy, health, information technology, nanotechnology, and security.

The department’s research and instructional expertise is particularly strong in six strategic impact areas: energy, health and bio-engineering, computing and information, nanotechnology, security, and fostering tomorrow’s leaders. Our research activities within these impact areas concentrate in four subdisciplines: computer engineering, applied physics, systems, and power engineering.

Thank you for your interest in our department. Please feel free to visit us on the web, by phone (608-890-0804) or in person!

Quick Facts

In partnership with our students, it is the mission of this department to:

  • critically examine, refine, and transfer to practice society’s body of knowledge in electrical and computer engineering;
  • expand this knowledge through research into new technologies, design methods, and analysis techniques that advance the state of the art;
  • make available special expertise in electrical and computer engineering in service to the state of Wisconsin, our nation, and the world.

Enrollment, Fall 2017

Electrical Engineering: 435

Computer Engineering: 408

ECE Graduate Program: 252

 

Degrees conferred, 2017-2018

BS Electrical Engineering: 105

BS Computer Engineering: 76

Master’s: 53

PhD: 35

 

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