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In 2013, ECE's annual career fair drew more than 45 prospective employers looking to hire our electrical and computer engineers.

ECE students and staff participating in engineering projects around the world through Engineers Without Borders.

The ECE community values and celebrates its diversity at International Day each year--sharing traditional dishes, music, customs, and dress.

ECE professors, alumni and students often find their innovations lead to technical ventures. The University of Maryland is a launch pad for their future success.

Professor Myron Creese was the first electrical engineering faculty member hired by the Maryland Agricultural College, the academic institution from which UMD originated.

The Electrical and Computer Engineering department researches innovations in sustainability. In our labs you can find research on solar cells, wind energy or transportation electrification.

Students in Professor Reza Ghodssi's MEMS Laboratory demonstrate their research to visitors at Maryland Day 2014.

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Mayergoyz, Serpico, and Bertotti Publish in Physical Review B
A long-standing research collaboration in magnetics leads to frequent publication for this international trio. More»

Mayergoyz Invited to Speak at Symposium in France
He covered the analysis of plasmon resonances in nanoparticles. More»

Ulukus to exploit wireless network interference in new NSF grant
Research will help network designers pack more into limited spectrum space. More»

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Wednesday, September 17th, AVW 2460 at 11:45 AM
"Spontaneous magnetic fluctuations, the magnetic snowflake, and 100,000 R.P.M. fluid vortices"

The Mechanical Engineering Department is currently looking for student help to complete a coding project.


Ph.D. Research Proposal Exam: Faheng Zang
September 18, 2014 10:00 a.m. 1146 AVW More»

Fall Career Fair
September 18, 2014 11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Comcast Arena More»

Bechtel Information Session
September 18, 2014 5:30 p.m. 1202 Glenn L. Martin Hall More»

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