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Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS)

Among the leading departments of its kind in the nation, EECS is creating the technology that puts the “smart” into electronics. Our excellence and impact comes through in the work of our two divisions.

EECS at Michigan

Established. Respected. Making a world of difference. EECS undergraduate and graduate degree programs are considered among the best in the country. Our research activities, which range from the nano- to the systems level, are supported by more than $81M in funding annually — a clear indication of the strength of our programs and our award-winning faculty. With this combination of great resources and talent, EECS at Michigan is transforming and improving a wide range of fields that touch all of our lives.

COVID-19 and Fall 2020

Computer Science & Engineering

Fall 2020 will consist of a mixture of in-person and remote classes. All courses will offer purely remote options.

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Electrical & Computer Engineering

Fall 2020 will consist of a mixture of in-person and remote classes. All courses will offer purely remote options.

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Undergraduate students help develop statewide COVID app

The students worked with faculty and state health officials to develop an app for tracking COVID-19 symptoms in Michigan that is now used by residents and workers in order to help the state reopen.

Making MRI Faster and More Accurate

Mai Le, an ECE graduate student, is working to make magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) faster and more accurate in order to save costs and create a better diagnostic tool.

EECS By the Numbers

178
Faculty
Members
$81M+
FY 2020
Research Expenditures
#1
Public Research
University
3936
Grad and Undergrad
Students, F 2020