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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

As one of the first in the nation, the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Stevens has a long legacy of innovation and discovery.

The community of internationally recognized researchers and faculty who make up our department are dedicated to conducting cutting-edge research and educating the next generation of electrical and computer engineering leaders. 

We work diligently to provide a student-centric learning environment with a variety of opportunities, including research experience, accelerated graduate degrees, co-op, internship, and study abroad programs. Our students are immersed in a learning environment that focuses on problem-solving skills development for real-world applications like sensing, communications, robotics, machine intelligence, mobile computing, information security, renewable energy, and heterogeneous computer architectures. 

Academic Programs

Our dynamic degree programs power successful careers in industry, business, government, and academia.

Catalyze Your Career

Hands-on learning is built into the Stevens educational experience. Here, you'll harness your curiosity to catalyze your career.
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Learn About Our Research

The department researches AI and machine learning, joint textual and visual analysis, autonomous vehicle networks, power and energy systems, and robotics and smart systems.

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STEM Outreach at the Schaefer School

The Charles V. Schaefer, Jr. School of Engineering and Science is dedicated to science, technology, engineering, and math education and enrichment at all levels. Our numerous STEM outreach and education programs are designed to instill a love of science and technology in both teachers and students from K - 12 throughout the New York and New Jersey area, and beyond.

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Location on campus

Burchard Building


p. 201.216.5623

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