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2020 Department Magazine

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ECEN 2020 Magazine

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The department offers degrees from two disciplines: Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering.

Our distance learning programs offer the same level of education as our highly reputed on-campus programs.

The department of electrical and computer engineering offers research opportunities in a variety of areas.

Recent News

Dr. Michel Kinsy joins the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering as associate professor. He will also serve as associate director of the Texas A&M Cybersecurity Center, bringing his expertise in cybersecurity and attacking important engineering and computational problems.

Tracking the spread of COVID-19 is vital for public health decision making. To this end, Dr. Ulisses Braga-Neto is working with undergraduate and doctoral students in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering to model the spread of COVID-19 and estimate its true prevalence from incomplete and noisy testing data.

While digital technology is extremely good at solving certain problems, it often struggles with tasks that the human brain excels at. In a new study, scientists have leveraged brain-inspired connectivity between artificial neurons to solve a real-world problem of identifying mutations of a new viral species.


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1,291 enrolled undergraduate students
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