Engineering Panel by G2ED1p

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									   Automatic Controls
   Biomedical Imaging & Sensing
   Communications, Networking, Signal & Image
    Processing
   Computer engineering
   Energy Sources and Systems
   Fields and optics
   Microelectronics and Nanotechnology
   VLSI and Circuit Design
   Electrical and computer engineers hold a variety of
    positions including aerospace, chemical, nuclear,
    automotive, medical, metallurgical, textile, railway,
    petroleum, not to mention, semiconductors,
    computers, personal electronics, communications
    and power

   Translation: Electrical and computer engineers are
    needed within every modern industry
               Some History
1888 School of Electrical Engineering established

Early 1900s Prof. Reginald Fesseden first broadcast of voice and music

1923 EE building

1930-1931 Professor Roscoe George first all-electronic TV

1988 MSEE building

1995 name changed to Electrical & Computer Engineering

2005 Birck Nanotechnology Center

2011-2012 Wang Hall of ECE
      The BNC Building
A unique instrument for nanoscale research
           •187,000 ft2, $58M + ~$25M in equipment
           •First integration of bio-pharma and
            semiconductor cleanroom
           •Exceptional quality cleanroom - 25,000
            ft2; 45 % Class 1 (ISO Class 3)


                         •Low Vibration (NIST A in
                          cleanroom and A-1 in Hall lab)
                         •“Nanotechnology Grade” DI
                          water plant (<15 ppt boron)
                         •1, 0.1, and 0.01°C control
                         •Nanotech incubator
• 81 Faculty
   339 total Engineering Faculty

• 850 Undergraduate Students
  18% of Engineering Undergraduates

• 634 Graduate Students
  25% of Engineering Graduates
• National Winner of outstanding chapter award 19
   out of 23 years
• In 2004-2005 HKN stopped naming a national
  winner and named outstanding chapters
• Named outstanding chapter for 2004-2005,
   2006-2007, 2007-2008, and 2008-2009.


        Prof. Peroulis, 2007 Turkey
        Contest Winner
   Founded Fall 2008
   Assist faculty, staff, and administration with
    event involving visitors
   12 active members first year
   34 active members second year
   Third year
Senior Design
   Eugene Cernan, astronaut and last man on
    the moon
   David Wolf, astronaut 168 days in space
   Michael Birck, Purdue Trustee, founder of
    TellLabs
   Tom Engibous, former CEO and COB TI
   Edward Mills Purcell, 1952 Nobel Prize for
    discovery of NMR
   Marwan Muasher, former Jordan ambassador
    to Israel
Chemical                        $64,902
Computer                        $61,738
Electrical                      $60,125
Mechanical                      $58,766
Industrial                      $58,358
Aeronautical                    $56,311
Agricultural                    $54,352
Biomedical                      $54,158
From the National Association of Colleges and Employers
Spring 2010 Course Offering

           ECE 190
Introduction to Electrical and
    Computer Engineering
           Steve Pekarek
     Professor of Electrical and
       Computer Engineering
                 
 ECE Undegraduate Office
    Main Office in EE, Room 136
    Phone: (765) 494-3390
    http://posserver.ecn.purdue.edu/eceugo/



Michael R. Melloch
Associate Head
School of Electrical & Computer Engineering
melloch@ecn.purdue.edu
(765) 494-3543
   EE Core Curriculum (24 credit hours)
   ECE seminars (1 credit hour)
   Advanced EE selectives (9-11 credit hours)
   Senior Design (3-4 credit hours)
   ECE Electives (7-10 credit hours)
   Mathematics (18-19 credit hours)
   Science Requirement (18-19 credit hours)
   General Education (18 credit hours)
   Complimentary Electives (8-11 credit hours)
BS Computer Engineering (125 credit hours)


   CmpE Core Curriculum (32 credit hours)
   ECE seminars (1 credit hour)
   Advanced CmpE requirement (8 credit hours)
   Senior Design (3-4 credit hours)
   CmpE Electives (3-6 credit hours)
   Mathematics (18-19 credit hours)
   Science Requirement (18-19 credit hours)
   General Education (18 credit hours)
   Complimentary Electives (4-6 credit hours)

								
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