You might think that the electronic communications you send and receive are pristine — not tampered with. But with hackers and others who might access your computer or send you messages, that may not be the case. Scott Craver and his colleagues work in security technology, living in a world where detecting such invaders — and evading detection — is just the tip of the iceberg.Read more
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, http://www.abet.org/
On Monday, December 9th, 2013 there will be an information session on each of the professors' research in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department. It will be held in ES 2008E from 12-1:30 pm. There will be pizza!
This course has recently had an EngiNet section added for Spring 2014. If you are working in industry and are applying as a nonmatriculated student to take this course, please note that your TOEFL/IELTS and GRE scores will be waived.
Please go to http://eee.ucc.ie for information on funded Electrical Engineering scholarships in Ireland type "scholarships" in their search for details
Online courses available this summer include:
EECE 251 Digital Logic Design
EECE 260 Electric Circuits
Current students will be able to register when the courses are posted.
Please visit Binghamton BU Brain Dynamic Schedule for more information on course registration.
Registration is open for Fundamentals of Engineering and Principles of Engineering review classes.
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Last Updated: 12/4/13