Go further with a graduate degree in ECE

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Our graduate programs are designed with a focus on research. The department covers a wide spectrum of activities in the following areas:

  • Communications, Networking, and Information Theory
  • Signal Processing and Machine Learning 
  • Control, Robotics, and Dynamical Systems
  • Computer Engineering
  • Quantum Technology
  • Devices, Circuits, and Electronic Materials
  • Bioelectronics and Systems
  • Electrophysics

Our research programs are supported by extensive funding (the Department's annual research expenditures are over $36 million) as well as numerous state-of-the-art research laboratories supporting activities in speech and image processing, communication networks, robotics, control systems, system and computer architecture, VLSI design and testing, semiconductor materials and devices, MEMS, photonics, fiber optics, microwave sources, ion beam lithography, and plasma science, among others.

The ECE graduate program emphasizes interdisciplinary research, maintaining associations with other departments within the Clark School of Engineering, as well as:

Opportunities also exist for programs of study in conjunction with many national and international laboratories and technical facilities.

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