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Welcome to the Department of
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.



Dr. Feng receives 2019 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers

Electrical Engineering Associate Professor Dr. Philip Feng was nominated by the National Science Foundation to receive the 2019 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers.

CS Faculty Dr. Ray and Staff Heather Smith attend NCWIT Summit for Women in Technology

Computer Science Professor Soumya Ray and EECS Student Affairs Coordinator Heather Smith attended the National Center for Women in Technology Summit May 14-16, 2019. After traveling to Nashville, Tennessee, Dr. Ray and Ms.

Congratulations to our graduates!

On the morning of May 19, 2019, students and families were bustling around campus preparing for the awarding of CWRU's diverse offering of degrees. The EECS department graduated 138 undergraduate, 22 master, and 4 PhD students, celebrating them with hors d'oeuvres, cake, and comradery. You can watch our students' special day here. 

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