Active Alert: Classes canceled this evening

B-ALERT:All Binghamton University classes beginning at 5 p.m. or later today, Tuesday, March 3, are canceled. Employees report as normal.

Alert updated: Tuesday, March 3, 2015 4:28 PM

Pano

Take the Virtual Tour

Spin around the new Microelectronics Core in this panorama. See panoramas of all our labs on our facilities page.

Also, check out the Grad School's virtual tour.

News and Notes

New ECE Graduate Directors

New Professors in Power & Energy- Professor Tara Dhakal and Professor Ziang Zhang

New Professors in Information Security- Professor Linke Guo & Professor Matthias Kirchner

Ohad BarSimanTov won second place in a regional competition

Our online MS program ranked a top-twenty "Best Buy" by GetEducated.

More news and highlights here.

Electrical and Computer Engineering At Binghamton

We work with electrons, photons, circuits, and components,
but people are at the core of all we do. As electrical and computer engineers, our research and teaching revolve around electrical components, circuits and systems, as well as microprocessors, software and hardware. But what we really do is improve electronic and computer systems to make your life easier - and teach students to do the same.

Plus, we're good at teamwork. Check us out. Our Electrical and Computer Engineering programs are both accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET

ECE Chair/Professor Position


 

Interested in Power and Energy?

 
The ECE Department has a new focus on power and energy, including a sequence of courses on power grids of all scales. Solar and other renewable technologies are also taught. This is one of our very active departmental research areas!

Assistant Professor Position Available - Tenure Track

Affiliated with the Smart Energy Transdisciplinary Area of Excellence 

More information


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Last Updated: 2/26/15