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Bertoni and Blain Christen named Fulton Entrepreneurial Professors

Moving innovation into the market.

Bertoni and Blain Christen named Fulton Entrepreneurial Professors

Moving innovation into the market.

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Kory Hedman named director of PSERC

Kory Hedman named director of PSERC

Kory Hedman, associate professor in the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering at Arizona State University, has been named the new...

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33

IEEE Fellows on the Faculty

12

Research Centers

$36, 316, 017Dollars in research expenditures FY ’19

In memoriam: Nongjian “NJ” Tao

Nongjian Tao was an internationally renowned scholar, researcher, inventor and entrepreneur. He will be remembered by his colleagues and many graduate students as much for his kind and gentle spirit as for his intellectual brilliance.

Upcoming events and deadlines

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Modeling and learning social influence from opinion dynamics under attack

Join Anna Scaglione’s IEEE Signal Processing Society webinar on June 19

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Classes move online

Effective Monday, March 16, all in-person classes wherever possible will transition to online instruction.

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Spring 2021 graduate admission deadline - July 31

For admission in the spring semester for any ECEE program, you must apply by July 31

The electrical engineering PhD program – Turning curiosity into expert engineers

Graduate courses and programs are offered in the following six areas of specialization:

  • Control systems
  • Electromagnetics, antennas and microwave circuits
  • Electronic and mixed-signal circuit design
  • Electric power and energy systems
  • Physical Electronics and Photonics
  • Signal processing and communications systems

Our research

Our research areas reflect the diversity of the electrical engineering profession and range from the very small (nano-scale electronic devices and their modeling), to the very large (the U.S. electric power grid and its control).

Our research

Our research areas reflect the diversity of the electrical engineering profession and range from the very small (nano-scale electronic devices and their modeling), to the very large (the U.S. electric power grid and its control).