Electrical Engineering & Computer Science


The EECS Department offers a broad range of world-class research programs.

Undergraduate students can get involved in research as early as freshman year. Contact Justin Legarsky, director of undergraduate studies, to get started.

Graduate students are integral to our research and teaching mission. Questions should be directed to Yi Shang, director of graduate studies.

EECS research areas:
  • AI, Machine Learning, Image & Video Processing, Computer Vision
  • Bioinformatics, Biomedical Imaging and Systems, Computational Biology
  • Cloud Computing, Networking, High Performance Computing
  • Communications, Signal Processing
  • Computer Architectures, Cyber-Physical Systems
  • Computing Theory and Algorithms, Scientific Computing
  • Cybersecurity
  • Database, Data Science, Information Retrieval
  • Nano/Micro Technology
  • Neuroscience, Neural Engineering
  • Physical Electronics and Applied Physics
  • Power Electronics and Power Systems
  • Social Computing, Human-Computer Interaction
  • Software Engineering, Programming Languages
  • System Modeling, Control and Robotics
Featured Research Centers
Centers and Signature Program
Departmental Research Laboratories