George Hamer, Interim Department Head
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Daktronics Engineering Hall 214
Steven Hietpas, Qiquan Qiao, Sung Shin
Robert Fourney, George Hamer, Yi Liu, Songxin Tan, Rienaldo Tonkoski
Timothy Hansen, Zhen Ni, Kwanghee Won, Yue Zhou
Kenneth Gamradt, Paula Kurtenbach, Cory Mettler
Jerry Cooley, Paul Weist
Madeleine Andrawis, Gerald Bergum, Virgil Ellerbruch, David Galipeau, Dennis Helder, Marvin Petersen, Duane Sander
The Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department combines all aspects of electricity, electronics, hardware, and software into one multi-disciplinary unit. The department has well-established, nationally and internationally-known research programs in materials, image processing and power and energy systems.
The EE and CS program educational objectives are to equip individuals who, after graduation and initial work experience,
- provide innovative and state-of-the-art approaches to solving complex technical problems through application of sound electrical engineering and computer science principles and make high quality technical decisions based on accumulated knowledge, experience, wisdom and common sense.
- create positive organizational impact through individual contribution and teamwork with a commitment to working with others of diverse culture and interdisciplinary backgrounds.
- demonstrate professional stewardship and ethical responsibility and exemplify a productive member of society by serving their communities and society.
- illustrate initiative and successful career growth through measureable and impactful contributions that strongly support the organization’s core high-level goals, accompanied by lifelong learning through graduate work, professional development, and self-study, leading to increases in organizational responsibility.
- Computer Science (M.S.)
- Electrical Engineering (M.S.)
- Electrical Engineering (Ph.D.)
* Graduate degrees are offered in collaboration with the Graduate School. For details, see the Graduate Catalog.
Facilities & Services
The department is housed in a 45,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art engineering facility, with over 15,000 sq. ft. in laboratory space. Students will enjoy 24-hour security-card access to undergraduate and research labs, student organization rooms, computer resource labs, robotics club room, and specialized student study areas.
Student Support & Engagement Opportunities
The department offers opportunities for student engagement through research and student organizations. Many outstanding professional activities are available through the student chapters of The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Association for Computing Machinery, the Society of Women Engineers, and an active Robotics Club. Student honors groups include the Upsilon Pi Epsilon for computer science majors and Eta Kappa Nu for electrical engineering majors.