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Welcome to the new departments of Computer and Data Sciences, and Electrical, Computer, and Systems Engineering

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

Jing Li, Leonard Case Jr. Professor of Computer and Data Sciences Department, works together with infectious disease experts from Clinic to track COVID-19

A team of Cleveland Clinic and Case Western Reserve University researchers is analyzing COVID-19 patient data to better understand how the virus spreads and where various strains originate.

Supported by a special COVID-19 fund from the National Science Foundation (NSF), the team is conducting an epidemiologic analysis using data from patient samples collected at Cleveland Clinic.

Computer Science Major Named to the CoSIDA Academic All-America® Division III Women’s Soccer Team and the D3Soccer.com All America Soccer Team

Anika Washburn, computer science major, was named a second team Academic All-American for women's soccer by the College Sports Information Directors of America based on her outstanding achievements both on the pitch and in the classroom. Anika was also named to the D3Soccer.com All-America second team.

CDS Department works with UG Admissions to host Women in STEM Webinar

On April 23, faculty, students, and staff hosted a webinar geared towards prospective woman-identifying students interested in technology fields.

CDS Prof. Ye and ECSE Prof. Loparo received NSF RAPID Award to develop AI technologies for real-time COVID-19 risk assessment

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ECSE faculty Dr. Michael Fu awarded NSF Career Award

Although functional electrical stimulation (FES) devices have become commonplace in the last few decades, helping people recover muscle movement after a stroke, researchers still don’t know for certain when patients are actually trying to move the muscle, holding back—or even quitting entirely.