Semiconductor industry giant Applied Materials is supporting five years of new research with faculty from ECEE, materials science and chemical...
A high-tech sensor and a high-altitude balloon may create an efficient new way to forecast weather.
The ECEE assistant professor is developing a new, high-precision, low-latency and cost-effective time transfer scheme for wireless communications in a project funded by a DARPA Young Faculty Award.
Researchers from the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering at ASU are joining forces with their colleagues at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign to develop advanced, more efficient solar panels.
In memoriam: Junseok Chae
Junseok Chae left an indelible mark on humankind in the fields of wearable sensors and actuators, miniaturized biomedical wireless sensors and systems. His work lives on through his students, his published research and in the memories of his friends and colleagues.
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The School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering at ASU is pleased to offer 4+1 information webinars for all online and Tempe campus students.
All are welcome to attend Demo Day. Check out the ECEE teams, see their well-crafted intros, learn about their projects and help them end their last semester on a high note.
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 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).