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Department of Electrical Engineering and Computing Systems

The department of Electrical Engineering and Computing Systems at University of Cincinnati offers BS, MS, and PhD degrees in electrical engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering technology, and computer science.
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microphoneIconic Microphone Is Named an IEEE Milestone

Benjamin Bauer was a recent graduate of the University of Cincinnati when he developed the Uniphase acoustical system, the technology that made possible the first Unidyne microphone. Read more: 

NSA logoEECS  is a Cyber Operations Center of Academic Excellence

The United States National Securtity Agency, NSA, announced that UC is among five universities named as a Cyber Operations Center of Academic Excellence. Read more: 

40 under 40EECS Professor Named a NerdScholar’s 40 Under 40: Professors Who Inspire

Jason Heikenfeld’s passion for technology is contagious. From exciting students in the classroom to starting three companies, Heikenfeld continues to embody innovation. Read more:

china-ucUC-CEAS and CQU Alliance Brings First Cooperative College to China

UC and Chongqing University, have joined forces to establish the Joint Engineering Co-op Institute—the first US institution to form a joint venture with a Chinese university that exports cooperative education. Read more: 

freshmanRecord Breaking Incoming Class Joins UC’s Finest Programs

The incoming class of engineers gives promise to a bright future before stepping on campus with higher test scores and GPAs than ever. Read more: 

hackathonUC’s First Hackathon, Revolution UC, Hacked a Big Weekend

The University of Cincinnati Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) student chapter and the College of Engineering and Applied Science host UC’s first hackathon. Read more: 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

EECS is proud to welcome new Assistant Professors, Drs. Nan Niu, Eric Rozier, Rui Dai, and Kristin Rozier

Congrats to Daniel Griffin, winner of a Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship, the most prestigious undergraduate award given in the sciences!

$3 Million Donation Establishes Scholarship Program. Thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor in the form of a $3 million gift, UC has established the Mantei/Mae Award scholarship program for undergraduate students in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computing Systems.

Roger Kirschner, EECS Senior Instrumentation Specialist, received the 2014 McCormick Distinguished Staff Award for his dedication and consistently going above and beyond ordinary job duties.

EECS Professors Heikenfeld and Steckl Rank in Ohio's Top 25 STEM Professors. Drs. Jason Heikenfeld and Andrew Steckl are now ranked in Ohio's Top 25 STEM Professors.

Yuguang Liu, from the BioMicroSystems Lab, was awarded the 2014 Sigma Xi Grants-in-Aid of Research (GIAR) grant. The Sigma Xi GIAR program has a highly competitive application process and only approximately 20% of applicants receive any level of funding.

Dr. Jason Heikenfeld named to National Academy of Inventors NAI Fellow status is a high professional distinction accorded to those who have demonstrated a prolific spirit of innovation.

Congratulations to Dr. Marc Cahay for being recognized as a Fellow of the American Physical Society.

Ian Papautsky leads a team of University of Cincinnati researchers who have developed a point-of-care sensor to measure metal levels in humans. His efforts as principal investigator of the project earned him a nomination in this year's Cincinnati Business Courier Innovation Awards

Jacob Wells won the 'Mr. Engineer' award at SWE's fundraising event, and donated his cash prize back to SWE!

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