Graduate students may choose from a variety of technical areas in which to pursue their master’s and doctoral studies. ECE is home to 10 technical interest groups and is a lead or primary player in many different interdisciplinary research centers that attract a broad array of corporate, governmental, and research foundation support. The links listed below go to both of those areas.
- Technical interest groups (TIGs) provide an overview of each TIG, involved faculty, and specific areas of work.
- Research centers give a summary of ECE-affiliated research centers with links to the Centers’ web sites and contact information on ECE faculty directors.
- The GE Smart Grid Challenge is an opportunity for graduate and post graduate level students to help solve real world, applicable problems while developing their own innovative and collaborative skills.
Last revised on November 19, 2010.