It’s an exciting time to be an electrical and computer engineer! ECE graduates are leading the development of world-changing technologies such as renewable energy systems, wireless networking, smart cities, embedded computing systems, medical devices, robotics, and so much more. Our programs combine analytical rigor with experiential exploration and our students develop an appetite for solving complex problems in service to society. They work shoulder to shoulder with world-class faculty, tackle local and global challenges and put ideas into action. Join us in building a better world!
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BS, Electrical and Computer Engineering
The Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering is located in the ETEC facility, a new academic and research building that brings academia and innovation together under one roof. Equipped with modern interactive classrooms and state-of-the-art teaching laboratories and equipment, ETEC is a shining example of how the University is incorporating innovative, sustainable technologies into its construction projects while strengthening its academic offerings for students.
UAlbany Electrical and Computer Engineering BS Program
UAlbany welcomed K-12 students from throughout the Capital Region on Saturday, Feb. 10 to STEM and Nanotechnology Family Day, where they learned about how nanotechnology is making a difference in our lives through demonstrations, tours and a host of educational activities.
THeCollege of Nanotechnology, Science, and Engineering is welcoming students from throughout the Capital Region on Saturday, Feb. 10, to STEM and Nanotechnology Family Day, a place to learn about how nanotechnology is making a difference in our lives now and in the future.
UAlbany's College of Nanotechnology, Science, and Engineering has earned ABET accreditation for its bachelor of science in environmental and sustainable engineering. In addition, following the reunification with the Department of Nanoscale Engineering in 2023, the college has confirmed ABET accreditation for its bachelor’s degree in nanoscale engineering.
College of Nanotechnology, Science, and Engineering Dean Michele J. Grimm speaks on a wide range of issues, including recently launched public/private partnerships, the CHIPS and Science Act and women in STEM fields in the most recent episode of the Engagement Ring podcast.
From filing a first disclosure to an issued patent, the process to take an invention from an idea to the marketplace can be long and arduous. For the first time, UAlbany recognized the faculty, staff and students who submitted a patent application as part of Research and Entrepreneurship Week.