Mission Statement

The mission of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is to provide our students with educational experiences which give them a sound basis for professional practice, advanced education, active citizenship, and lifelong learning. At its core is the goal that students learn the fundamental principles of electrical and computer engineering and master engineering methods to solve challenging and diverse problems. Further, the department strives to have each student develop the leadership and communications skills necessary to relate these solutions to both technical and non-technical communities. The faculty is dedicated to accomplishing this mission through the integration of teaching and research.

News


April 24, 2014
Jeffrey Hopwood, professor of electrical and computer engineering, has been awarded a Multi-University Research Initiative grant. The research program will leverage Professor Hopwood's microplasma technology to investigate Plasma-Based Reconfigurable Photonic Crystals and Metamaterials. This proposal focuses on the fundamental science necessary for the development of high bandwidth reconfigurable . . . more

April 15, 2014
Congratulations to ECE Professor of the Practice Ron Lasser who has been chosen as a Tufts CELT Faculty Fellow for the Fall 2014 semester. Professor Lasser has been with the ECE department since 2006 where he has revolutionized the design component of the undergraduate curriculum as well as the . . . more

April 14, 2014
Congratulations to ECE Lecturer Dr. Brian Aull who has been chosen as a Tufts CELT Faculty Fellow for the Fall 2014 semester. Dr. Aull, a member of the technical staff at MIT Lincoln Laboratory where he has developed photon counting imagers, regularly teaches the introductory circuits class in ECE at . . . more

April 9, 2014
Download the Spring 2014 ECE Newsletter Dear ECE Alumni and Friends, It has been another great year for the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. As in the past, I like to start by highlighting the accomplishments of our students. Last May, we granted 14 bachelor's degrees in electrical engineering and another . . . more