Given by both Electrical Engineering and Information Technology Departments via a joint Computer Engineering Committee. Student records are stored within the Electrical Engineering Department.
1300 S. W. Mudd, MC 4712
450 Information Technology
Charles A. Zukowski, 1026 CEPSR
COMPUTER ENGINEERING COMMITTEE
Luca Carloni, Connect Professor laptop or computer Science
Stephen A. Edwards, Connect Professor laptop or computer Science
Martha A. Kim, Assistant Professor laptop or computer Science
Vishal Misra, Connect Professor laptop or computer Science
Steven M. Nowick, Professor laptop or computer Science
Daniel Rubenstein, Connect Professor laptop or computer Science
Mingoo Seok, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering
Simha Sethumadhavan, Connect Professor laptop or computer Science
Kenneth L. Shepard, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering
Stephen H. Unger, Professor Emeritus laptop or computer Science and Electrical Engineering
Charles A. Zukowski, Professor of Electrical Engineering
Gil Zussman, Connect Professor of Electrical Engineering
The pc engineering program operates collectively through the Information Technology and Electrical Engineering departments. It provides both B.S. and M.S. levels.
This program covers a number of engineering’s most active, exciting, and demanding areas, which lie in the interface between CS and EE. The main focus from the major is on personal computers including both digital software and hardware.
A few of the key subjects covered are computer design (i.e., computer architecture) embedded systems (i.e., the style of devoted hardware/software for mobile phones, automobiles, robots, games, and aerospace) digital and VLSI circuit design computer systems design automation (i.e., CAD) and parallel and distributed systems (including architectures, programming, and compilers).
The undergraduate major includes one substantial senior design course, either creating a whole microprocessor (EECS E4340), or perhaps an embedded system (CSEE W4840) (including both hardware and software components), or supplying hands-on experience of creating and taking advantage of a pc network (CSEE W4140).