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Department of Electrical, Computer, and Software Engineering

In the Department of Electrical, Computer, and Software Engineering, we are proud to provide market-oriented engineering programs and strive to cultivate a learning environment that equips our engineering graduates with the necessary skills to excel in the evolving 21st-century market place. Our programs are designed to provide students with the opportunities they need to develop lifelong learning skills and to gain hands-on engineering design experience. Our students are equipped to solve some of the world's biggest problems, in areas such as; cloud computing, electric and autonomous vehicles, clean energy, and artificial intelligence. 

Our faculty members are internationally renowned, driving relevant and leading-edge research in a wide range of areas focused on providing innovative solutions to issues at the local, national and international level, in areas such as; Automatic/intelligent sensing and control, Biomedical engineering, health informatics, and telehealth, Haptics and virtual reality, Knowledge Discovery, and Medical and mobile robotics.

2024/2025 Course Registration

Find Course Registration Guidelines and Program Electives for planning your 2024/2025 course schedule.
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The Research Rundown

Season 1 Episode 04 - Transportation Electrification

What is the future of electric transportation? How can we improve the environmental impact of vehicles on the road? How will we charge autonomous vehicles? In this episode, host Pranav is joined by Dr. Sheldon Williamson, where he discusses the exciting world of Transportation Electrification. Learn more about the electrification of mass transit systems, discover how you can wirelessly charge autonomous vehicles, and find out how we can make battery storage systems last longer.



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Dr. Sheldon Williamson, Professor, Department of Electrical, Computer and Software Engineering


Pranav Gogia, 4th year Mechatronics Engineering Student

Episode 05 - Real-Time Embedded Systems

In this episode, special guest host Software Engineering Alumnus Chirag Karia is here with Dr. Akramul Azim, discussing the growing field of Real-Time Embedded Systems, and to talk about Dr. Azim's current research surrounding Autonomous Driving, Autonomous Disinfecting Embedded Systems for COVID-19, and Real-time Data Analytics for Mushroom Farms. They also chat about the supervisor/student relationship surrounding Capstone projects and give tips to future students, as Dr. Akramul and Chirag worked together on the winning Active Vents Capstone Project in 2019.


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Dr. Akramul Azim  Professor, Department of Electrical, Computer, and Software Engineering

Special Guest Interviewer:

Chirag Karia, Software Engineering Alumnus

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