GW Electrical and Computer Engineering

Electrical & Computer Engineering at GWU developing technological solutions to real-world problems.

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With our spring semester coming to an end, we have Eric Lin giving a distinguished lecture on May 1st to close us out! See you there!


As we're entering the last month of the semester, come enjoy a seminar with Eric Seabron to kickoff the month of April!


ECE has some exciting plans this week with Jenae Shoup this Wednesday, come stop by for our latest seminar!


If you’re too busy with midterms for this week’s seminar, come catch next week’s seminar on March 12th with Dr. Shahar Kvatinsky!


ECE we know everyone’s excited for spring break but we have a great event lined up to end your week! Come listen to Dr. Bhattacharya speak at our first seminar of the semester!


Hey ECE! As we enter midterm season, come watch our joint seminar with the Decision Sciences Department this Friday where Dr. Steven Gabriel will be speaking about Infrastructure Management!


Welcome back ECE! Are you ready for our first ECE Seminar this semester? Next Thursday Dr. Mohamad Omar Al Kalaa will be joining us to speak and get this year started, see you there!


Come see out last distinguished lecture for the semester this Thursday!


If you’re considering doing ECE’s Combined 5-year Program, come hang out with us this Friday to learn more about it!


Have you been waiting for another distinguished lecture? Good news! Dr. Dilma Da Silva will continue the series in April with a lecture on scaling system software!


Got plans tomorrow? If not, you can sit with us and listen to Martin Schulz at our next ECE seminar!


Mr. Zhicheng Guo already has your Monday morning plans lined up at another ECE Seminar!


If you missed last week's seminars, don't worry, we have another seminar tomorrow with Dr. Xiaofan Cui at 2:00. Come join us!


Get geared up for our next ECE Seminar coming up this Tuesday with Weidong Cao!


No better way to end the week than an ECE Seminar and Yang "Katie" Zhao has us covered for tomorrow, see you there!


See you tomorrow for the upcoming ECE Seminar with Dr. Lingjie Duan!


The wait is almost over for our next ECE Seminar coming up next week with Dr. Avik Ghosh!


We're looking for a qualified candidate with expertise in hardware design for machine learning to join ECE this upcoming fall!


ECE's distinguished faculty uses their accomplishments to offer students endless connections in their respective fields and ensure student's success!


Coming up this Wednesday, Dr. Ali Maatouk is giving a seminar about semantic-empowered communications!


Hope you're prepared for Dr. Ahmet M. Elbir's seminar tomorrow here in SEAS!


We love our women in STEM and can't wait to see all they accomplish here at SEAS!


Get ready for Dr. Kumar Vijay Mishra to give a seminar on the Fundamentals of Machine Learning on October 27th, hosted by Dr. Zaghloul!


We're excited to announce our first speaker in this year's Distinguished Lecture Series! Come listen to Dr. Jason Cong lecture on Democratizing IC Designs and Customized Computing this coming November!


Bundle up in your lab coats this week as fall settles in! 🍁


Need a break? Come meet us at Lake Fairfax Park next Sunday for a picnic with plenty of food and activities!


To learn more about GW's Electrical and Computer Engineering Department visit the link in our intro! The ECE Department is full of amazing opportunities for our SEAS students!


Come meet other students in the program, ask questions, and enjoy some food with us. We're excited to see the faces of tomorrow's leaders and innovators!

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