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Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
 

The mission of the EECS Department is to educate students that have the requisite technical breadth and communication skills to solve significant problems in industry and society through leadership and innovation in their fields, advance knowledge in EECS and multi-disciplinary areas through high-impact scholarship and research, and provide service to the profession, the university, the community, and society.

EECS News

Sensing technology developed by Dr. Mohseni's research team pending FDA approval

ClotChip, a portable blood-testing device initially developed at Case Western Reserve, is a step closer to U.S. Food and Drug Administration review after drawing more than $9 million in investments.

A university research team led by Pedram Mohseni, PhD, professor of electrical engineering and computer science, developed the device's sensing technology.

EE PhD Student Jarred Glickstein receives first place at 2019 CWRU Research ShowCASE

The first place graduate research poster award is granted for an
outstanding research poster at Research ShowCASE. This year 200 graduate students coming from departments all across the university presented their research at ShowCASE. Jarred received the UL award for a first place graduate research poster at the Graduate Awards Ceremony on May 1, 2019.

You can see the full post and other winners here

Girls Who Code 2019

Girls Who Code is a national organization that aims to close the gender gap in technology.

EE PhD Student Mohammad Islam granted Elise Lindsay International Graduate Student award

Mohammad Islam with his awardThe Elise Lindsay International Graduate Student award honors a student who has exemplified talent, perseverance, courage, and a desire to make the world a better place th

CS Professor Dr. Harold Connamacher wins The Carl F. Wittke Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching!

hsc21's pictureThe Carl F. Wittke Award was established in 1971 in honor of Carl Wittke, a former faculty member, dean and vice president of Western Reserve University. The Wittke Award is presented each year to two Case Western Reserve University faculty members who have demonstrated excellence in undergraduate teaching.