Welcome to Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at the University of Waterloo
Electrical and computer engineers shape the future through innovation. They develop and improve systems that serve everyday needs of society spanning from high-voltage engineering and sustainable energy, to breakthroughs in wireless technology. Our faculty and students do everything from creating low-cost digital x-ray imagers to combat tuberculosis in developing countries, to building real-time embedded systems to advance the design and reliability of commercial products. ECE - the future is what we do.
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is a dynamic and innovative hub of cutting-edge advancements in technology and engineering. Faculty members lead pioneering research in areas such as robotics, artificial intelligence, communications, embedded systems, and renewable energy, addressing real-world challenges and driving technological breakthroughs.
Candidate: Abdulrahman Aloraynan
Date: December 6, 2023
Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Place: Remote Attendance
Supervisor(s): Ban, Dayan
Beginning September 23rd, and continuing every Thursday through this term, Dean Mary Wells will be available on the 1st floor of E7, outside the C&D, from 3-5 pm for a chat and to connect.
Beginning March 3rd, and continuing every Thursday through this term, Dean Mary Wells will be available on the 1st floor of E7, outside the C&D, from 3:30-4:30 pm to chat and connect.
Open to all current Faculty of Engineering students, faculty and staff, drop by for a casual conversation with Dean Wells, live and in-person.
When: Every Thursday from 3:30 to 4:30 PM
Where: Engineering 7, 1st floor, tables outside the C&D
No registration required, just drop by and pull up a chair. Masks and vaccines are required.
Electrical and computer engineering professor and Assistant Vice-President, Research and International, Alfred Yu, has been elevated to Fellow of the IEEE for his contributions to ultrasound imaging technology and therapy.
Each year, Clarivate™, a global leader in providing trusted insights and analytics to accelerate the pace of innovation, identifies a small fraction of global research scientists and social scientists who have demonstrated significant and broad influence in their field(s) of research. This select group contributes disproportionately to extending the frontiers of knowledge and gaining for society innovations that make the world healthier, more sustainable and more secure.
Electrical and computer engineering professor, Shesha Jayaram, received IEEE Industry Applications Society (IAS) Outstanding Achievement Award. This award honors an individual who has made an outstanding contribution in the application of electricity to industry in accordance with the scope of the IEEE Industry Applications Society. This award was first presented in 1969. She is the first female to win this award in 54 years!