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Overview

Computer Engineers design, manufacture and program computers to solve problems for society and industry.  Computers and microprocessors are found in most modern consumer applicances and in hugh multinational telecommunications networks.  Computer engineers build the hardware and software systems that run the internet and the global marketplace.  Computer engineers must be on the cutting edge of trends because hardware and software systems change all the time.  Computer software engineering is one of the occupations projected to grow the fastest in the next decade, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.

Electrical Engineers are involved in the conception, design and development of every device or systems that uses electricity.  They develop new sensors, controls system, and power supplies for electric cars and space vehicles.  Electrical engineers design communication networks and sensory and delivery techniques for diabetics to regulate their blood sugar levels.  They develop imaging techniques for detecting explosive devices.  They design smart robots that can detect and locate survivors in natural disasters.  There is a very high demand for electrical engineers in industry. 

 

 

 

 

 

EVENTS

Undergraduates 6th Annual Poster Session and Demonstrations

Fall 2018 Collquium Schedule

NEWS

EECE at Marquette receives $597,000 GAANN award from the federal government to support doctoral fellowships in electrical engineering

“EECE invites all OCOE graduate students to enroll in the inaugural “Energy Law Workshop,” the first cross-listed energy course between OCOE and Marquette’s law school”

ECCE invites you to visit the Marquette Electrical Power Group (EMPower) new website

EECE welcomes its new chair, Dr. Majeed Hayat and its new faculty Dr. Dong Hye Ye

Eta Kappa Nu - IEEE-HKN 2018-2019 inductees honored at banquet

New this Spring 2019, Introduction to Communication Systems, ELEN 4650, EECE 5650

Dr. Henry Medeiros recieves NIST grant to study mobile robotic manipulators

 


Electrical and Computer Engineering

Electrical engineers work on the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity and how we use it. Computer engineers design and build the hardware and software that run our global marketplace. Think about the gadgets you plug into on a daily basis. How many of them are powered by electricity or computer technology?

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Dr. Majeed M. Hayat
Department Chair
Professor

(414) 288-6820
majeed.hayat@marquette.edu

Ms. Katie Tarara
Office Associate
(414) 288-3518
katie.tarara@marquette.edu


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