Superior education. Boundless career opportunities.
The Watson School educates over 1,000 graduate students per year, 21 percent of whom are women and 67 percent of whom are international students.
Our graduates are eagerly sought by high-technology businesses, financial firms, research and development institutions, and management firms such as Ford, Google, IBM, Lockheed Martin, Microsoft and Goldman Sachs.
Masters and Ph.D. Programs
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- DSP & Communication
- Control Systems
- Computer Engineering
- Information Assurance
- Power & Energy
- Physical Electronics & Electro-Optics
Systems Science and Industrial Engineering
Research programs play an integral role in graduate studies at the Watson School. In addition to those receiving University-sponsored teaching/research assistantships, over 100 graduate students are supported by research grants from government agencies and contracts from industrial partners.
- Faculty research in...
- Applied nanomaterials
- Computer security
- Control systems
- Electronics manufacturing
- Electronics packaging (thermal, fluids, structural, electrical, materials, reliability)
- Electronics, photonics
- Human factors
- Information hiding and digital imagery
- Information systems
- Materials synthesis and characterization
- Microfluidic devices
- Multi-core computer algorithms
- Networking, virtual machines
- Signal processing and communications
- Solar power, photovoltaic devices
- Supply chain management
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- BAE Systems
- Department of Defense
- General Electric
- Lockheed Martin
- National Institutes of Health
- National Institute of Standards and Technology
- National Science Foundation
- New York State Foundation for Science, Technology and Innovation (NYSTAR)
- Systems Research Center
- Texas Instruments
- Universal Instruments
A Message from The Chair of the ECE Department
e have a strong department, brilliant faculty, dedicated students, and the support of the Watson School and Binghamton University overall.
Researchers have a better way to predict flight delays
New computer model could lead to more accurate and quicker predictions
Proving there is a spider sense
With help from Binghamton University’s Ron Miles, researchers found that despite not having ears - or even ear drums - jumping spiders can perceive airborne sound.
$1.3 million grant will help research in image manipulation
Researchers at Binghamton University have been awarded a four-year, $1,251,376 grant from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to study how images are digitally altered.