Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science



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    Prospective Students

    Thinking about a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering, computer engineering, or computer science?

    Learn more about the undergraduate programs the department has to offer. Including a five-year combined bachelor's and master's program.

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    History & Heritage

    The Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science was formed in 2007 out of a merger between the Computer Science and Electrical and Computer Engineering departments. 

    Though EECS is a relatively new, the long-established departments from which it was created have given it a rich heritage that can be traced back more than 120 years.

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    Featured Research: CISML

    The Center for Intelligent Systems and Machine Learning (CISML) focuses on designing computer-based systems that exhibit intelligent behavior, operate autonomously, and adapt to environmental changes.

    Learn more about the center
  • Min H. Kao Building

    The Min H. Kao Building

    The Min H. Kao Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Building was the first new academic building for the College of Engineering in almost 50 years when it opened in 2012.

    With 150,000-square-feet of lab, classroom, and office space, this impressive facility houses EECS and the Center for Ultra-wide-area Resilient Electric Energy Transmission Networks (CURENT).

    Explore the building
  • UTK EECS IEEE Robotics Team

    Congratulations!

    The EECS IEEE Robotics Team placed 1st in the IEEE SouthEastCon 2013 Open Robotics Competition held April 4-8 in Jacksonville, Fla.! 

    Read a message from the team
  • Dr. Jack Dongarra, ICL Director

    Professor Helps Design Software for the Next Generation of Supercomputer

    Jack Dongarra, distinguished professor of computer science at UT is designing software that will be critical in making the next generation of supercomputers operational. Dongarra recently received a $1 million grant, over three years, from the US Department of Energy.

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    Personal Computer Inventor to Join College of Engineering Faculty

    Mark Dean, co-inventor of the personal computer, will join UT’s College of Engineering faculty this fall.  He begins on September 1 as the John Fisher Distinguished Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.

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Upcoming Events

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10/16/2014

Oct
23
10/23/2014
All Engineering undergraduate classes are cancelled so the students can participate fully in this event.


 

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