The Research Associate is responsible for managing a joint curriculum redesign project between the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
Some ELEC 490 students produced pitch videos this year as part of their course grade and in competition with each other. The results are in...
The group of fourth-year ECE students who developed a software and hardware suite to help reduce hospital wait times earned a second-place finish in the eastern regional IEEE Student Paper Competition.
The annual ECE End of Year Banquet was held at the Grizzly Grill this past Monday night. As it is a long-standing tradition, the ECE teaching awards were presented to thank professors and teaching assistants for their commitment and excellence in teaching. Each year ECE Club selects the winners based on students' votes in their respective year and discipline.
John Cartledge (Electrical and Computer Engineering) has earned a $433,560 NSERC grant for his research in improving optical networks.
We are passionate about working, teaching, and researching in one of the most dynamic and relevant fields of study today. From your cell phone to your power supply to the device you are reading this on - you are witnessing the work of electrical and computer engineers.
Recognized nationally and internationally, in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at Queen's, we pride ourselves on the excellence of both our teaching and our research, as well as the strong connection that we have with our students. Our faculty, staff, and students are a diverse collection of individuals who come from all parts of the globe. The common thread that binds us is that we learn, teach, and research ECE.