The College of Engineering and Computing offers you the chance to change the world

As an engineer or computer scientist you provide solutions to today's most pressing problems. You work on problems from health care to environmentally friendly designs on systems that affect all of us both locally and globally.  Your education takes place at a residential school with nearly all our students living on campus or in town. This means lots of involvement for you in  campus life. Extracurricular involvement is an important part of Miami’s concept of a well-rounded education, as is the liberal arts education core. These aspects complement the more specialized courses in our majors and give students the skills to do well in a rapidly-changing world.


Chi-Hao Cheng receives CEC Outstanding Researcher Award

photo of Chi-Hao Cheng receiving the award. Others in photo are Qihou Zhou, chair of the electrical and computer engineering department and CEC Dean, Marek Dollar

This College of Engineering and Computing prestigious award was presented to Dr. Chi-Hao Cheng, Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the CEC divisional meeting, August 22, 2014.

Dr. Cheng is a nationally recognized expert in the areas of signal processing and optical communications. Since 2008, in addition to conference proceedings, he has published ten referred journal papers; seven of which were in journals ranked in the top 15% of their fields. He has received 3 patents and has 4 pending. His research at Miami University has been supported by grants from National Science Foundation, Air Force Research Lab, Navy Air Warfare Center, Dayton Area Graduate Studies Institute, and others. He is also a PI or Co-PI for grants that have been funded for the total of $1.6 million!

Congratulations, Dr. Cheng!


2014 CEC Recognition Ceremony

photo of three students in academic attire

The CEC Recognition Ceremony was Saturday, May 17, 2014 at 7:00 pm in the Goggin Ice Arena. See the Recognition Ceremony webpage for information.

Recognition Keynote Speaker

photo of Linda Gooden

Linda Gooden is the retired Executive Vice President of Lockheed Martin’s Information Systems & Global Solutions (IS&GS) business area and an officer of the Lockheed Martin Corporation after nearly 40 years working in the Aerospace and Defense industry.  Under her leadership, IS&GS includes 40,000 experienced professionals who provide integrated information technology solutions, systems and services to support worldwide missions for civil, defense, intelligence and other government customers.

Why Engineering or Computing at Miami?

When the world has a problem, engineers and computer scientists are the ones who step up to provide an answer. Their work is creating solutions. Become an engineer or computer scientist and your work will change the world!

The CEC Experience

  • Photo of four MME students at the conference

    MME students present research at prestigious conference

    Every four years since 1950 the leading mechanics researchers in the United States have convened the U.S. National Congress on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics. This year several CEC students participated in this event held in June 2014 at the campus of Michigan State University.  Read more.

  • CEC student training for Olympics in 2016

    photo of karan sachdeva with trainer

    Karan Sachdeva is not your typical engineering student. He grew up in India, lives in Oxford, Ohio, and hopes to run in the 2016 Olympic games in Rio.

    That's right. When Karan doesn't have his head in an engineering textbook he's headed to the track to train for the Olympics.

    Check out the story on our Tumblr page!

  • Team RedBlade sweeps top prizes!

    team redblade sweeps competitionMiami’s RedBlade team swept the top prizes with first place at the fourth annual Autonomous Snowplow Competition in St. Paul, Minnesota, as well as winning best paper and best presentation. The team won $7000 for first place in the plowing competition, $500 for best paper, $500 for best presentation. Check out the story on our Tumblr page!

  • Photo of Winter Term students in Canada

    Winter Term in Canada

    Miami students went to Canada for the Winter Term to participate in an exciting international workshop. They traveled from Oxford, Ohio to the Toronto - Quebec City corridor with stops in a number of Eastern Canadian cities including Kingston, Ottawa, Montreal, and two ski resorts (Tremblant and Mont Ste. Anne).  While traveling, the workshop focused on design experiences where students will completed EAS 102 and ECE 287 in which both courses focused on engineering design experiences.

    Check out the story on our Tumblr page!

  • photos of Nicole Fisher

    Nicole Fisher wins SMART Scholarship

    Ms. Fisher is a recent recipient of the prestigious and highly competitive SMART Scholarship. She is a senior, double major in engineering management (manufacturing engineering concentration) and business economics. Check out the story on our Tumblr page!

  • Bo Brinkman Ohio Magazine

    Dr. Bo Brinkman featured in Ohio Magazine

    Dr. Bo Brinkman, professor of computer science and software engineering, will be featured in Ohio Magazine’s Excellence in Education spread, for the December 2013 issue. Check out the story on our Tumblr page!