ECCE Research

Electrical Engineering and Communications Engineering are dynamic and broad fields encompassing areas with applications in biomedical devices and subsystems, personal wireless communications and services, supply chain logistics, and new semiconductor and optoelectronic devices. The research encompasses the basic physics of semiconductors and nano-materials, through electronic and optical devices, the design of computers, to algorithms and structures for information technologies, and 3D imaging systems.

ECCE Department Research has major research thrusts in Biomedical Devices and Subsystems, Telecommunications and Networked Informations Systems, Microelectronics and Energy-Environment. The multiyear projects use combined skills in computer engineering, programming and communications and advanced circuit design as well as the soft-people skills required to work in large multi-disciplinary teams.

Given the highly inter-disciplinary nature of many of the emerging applications of electronics, computing and communications, the Research projects often require teaming with other Ateneo departments, industry and government researchers. In this way the students are exposed to the practical nature of modern engineering. In large part the reserach is Faculty driven and the projects are multi-year in scope.

Students are encouraged to explore the formation of new companies through coupling their thesis research with classes on innovation and technology development. This is done during their undergraduate thesis work. Thus we encourage innovation by providing the undergraduates with research opportunities in exciting and emerging fields that are fertile ground for incubating new high technology enterprises.

Topic revision: r2 - 17 May 2008 - 12:12:04 - NathanielLibatique
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