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About The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering

The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at the Georgia Institute of Technology is one of the largest producers of electrical engineers and computer engineers in the world. From every day to the hard to imagine, ECE is at the core of almost all technology. Our diverse graduates are among the most highly sought after by industry and by top graduate schools, medical schools, and law schools. From computer chips and satellites to medical devices and renewable energy technologies, electrical and computer engineering makes our modern life possible.

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ECE by the Numbers

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ECE Fall enrollment was 2969
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ECE leads 20 plus research centers
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ECE has 165 Academic and Research Faculty
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ECE recieved 81 million in research funding in fiscal year 2023

FIND YOUR PLACE AT ECE

Our top electrical and computer engineering program has something for everyone and anyone looking to innovate, create, and explore. The next generation of ECE engineers are recruited to work in diverse industries like energy, robotics, manufacturing, defense, and computing. From current students to our industry partners, we are working to transform what if, into what's next!

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Faculty Openings

Join the Renowned Faculty of Georgia Tech ECE

Explore openings that foster collaboration, interdisciplinary research, and faculty development in the heart of vibrant Atlanta. Join a diverse and inclusive community shaping the future of technology.

Future Students

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Learn more about Georgia Tech ECE, admissions, campus life, costs, and how it can position you for your future career.  

Information for Future Students

Industry Partners

ECE has established strong partnerships with industry leaders to foster collaboration and innovation in the field.

Learn About Our Partners

Current Students

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Current students can stay connected and engaged with ECE for resources, updates, and opportunities within the school.

Information for Current Students

Alumni

ECE boasts an impressive network of accomplished alumni making significant contributions to the technology industry. 

Learn About Our Alumni

People

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Pamela Bhatti ECE Professor

Georgia Tech ECE faculty and staff are committed to serving the Tech community. Learn more about how they are serving. 

Learn About ECE People

Advisory Board

ECE Advisory Board is comprised of industry leaders providing external expertise and guidance to the School.

Meet the Advisory Board

Graduate Admissions

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Leading Research and Innovation 

Every day at Georgia Tech ECE, we turn "what if" into "what's next"…

Research

From semiconductors and nanotechnology to artificial intelligence and machine learning, Georgia Tech ECE is at the forefront of cutting-edge research and innovation. Explore the impressive range of ground-breaking research conducted at the School.

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Technical Interest Groups

Distinguished by collaborative research excellence, Georgia Tech ECE is a leader in the field. Explore the School's 11 highly interdisciplinary technical interest groups, which collectively represent ECE's major research and academic thrusts.

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All Industries Want an ECE Major

Hear directly from students about what it's like to attend the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE). Discover what led students to pursue an electrical or computer engineering degree (hint: ECE majors are in high demand across industries), as well as the extraordinary opportunities offered by the School, including the chance to collaborate with world-renowned professors on pioneering research ventures.

Featured News

From One Engineer to Another

At this year’s Spring Commencement — almost 60 years after Ronald Yancey, EE 1965, became the first Black student to graduate from Georgia Tech — Deanna Yancey, his granddaughter, will earned a master’s in electrical and computer engineering.

Wolfe Wins Helen Grenga Award for Fostering Inclusivity in Engineering

Jennifer Wolfe was recognized for her involvement in continuing to make ECE a welcoming community and for service to her fellow students.

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The ECE Ph.D. alumni won the award for his research on fused-silica stitch-chip technology for RF/mm-wave multichiplet modules.

MS-ECE alumnus fulfills his Olympic dreams as a torchbearer and volunteer for the Paris Summer Olympics.

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