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With a degree in electrical engineering, computer engineering or engineering management, you will be poised to tackle some of the most important technical challenges facing society. In addition to the liberal education expected of all Miami undergraduates, our professors will guide and mentor you as you build a solid foundation in engineering, science, computing and mathematics.  This foundation will enable you design technologies as diverse as robots, cell phones, GPS devices and computers.  Hands-on experiences, teamwork and communication skills are integrated throughout the curriculum. Upon graduation, you will be prepared to enter industry or continue your education in graduate school.

Student Spotlight

  • Student Awards

    ECE Early Career Award
    Ricky Washington

    ECE Academic Achievement Award
    Isaac Steigher

    ECE Outstanding Service Award
    Tanner McWhorter, Oakley Katterheinrich

    ECE Outstanding Graduate Student
    Wilson Guo

    $3000 Ohio Space Grant Consortium Scholarship
    Ben Shaffer

  • Graduate Awards

    • Alexandre Tessier competed at Student Research Competition (SRC) sponsored by Microsoft Research at the 33rd ACM/SIGAPP Symposium on Applied Computing in April 2018 at Pau, France. He were awarded with student travel grants of $1500 from ACM SIGAPP and $500 from uSoft Research for his trip to France. Alex won the third place prize among graduate student competitors from all around the world. His advisor is Dr. AKM Jahangir Majumder.
    • Liqin Xu presented his research work at the 19th Workshop on Mobile Computing Systems and Applications (ACM HotMobile 2018) at Tempe, Arizona in February 2018. His advisor is Dr. AKM Jahangir Majumder.
    • Nahlah Condict won 2018 IEEE Radar Conference Student Travel Grant ($650). She will present her research works at 2018 IEEE Radar Conference on April 26 at Oklahoma City. Her advisor is Dr. Dmitriy Garmatyuk.
    • Yan-Ting Chen will present his research work at 17th annual IEEE International Conference on Electro Information Technology in May 2018 at Rochester, Michigan, USA. His advisor is Sudhir Shrestha.
  • Corporations utilize student talent

    This year, several corporations have teamed up with the College of Engineering and Computing to sponsor senior design projects.

    For CEC, this means that students are able to get real-world experience working for a client, and for the corporations, it means they can tap into the talent of the Miami University Class of 2018.

    Lockheed Martin, in fact, is sponsoring a multi-disciplinary project across three of the four departments...

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  • Jack Knoll wins Power and Energy Scholarship

    Power has always been an interest of Jack Knoll’s. Growing up, his mother worked for Ameren Electric in St. Louis, and by the time he reached college he knew he wanted to develop renewable sources of power.

    Knoll, a second-year electrical engineering student, was recently awarded the IEEE Power & Energy Scholarship (PES). He credits Mark Scott, assistant professor...

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  • Ben Shaffer wins at Applied Power Electronics Conference

    Ben Shaffer, senior computer engineering major, won a best presentation award in his session at the Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC) in San Antonio, Texas.

    Shaffer, a senior graduating in May, has been working with Mark Scott, assistant professor in the department of electrical and computer engineering. Shaffer started working with Scott as part of the Undergraduate Summer Scholars program at Miami.

     

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