Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

 

Electrical and computer engineers combine science, mathematics, and engineering with their problem-solving skills to create the phones, cars, tablets, and thousands of other products we use every day.

At LTU, you’ll receive a strong background in developing, designing, and operating electrical hardware and software, control systems, and communication and power systems. Your industry-savvy professors will help you sharpen your skills in all aspects of computer and electrical engineering so that you can enter this vital field and create the next-generation products, services, and information systems that will continue to fuel our technology driven world.

Department Chair's Welcome

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Nabih Jaber,
ECE Chair

"We are dedicated to excellence in teaching, and research. Our sub-disciplines are designed to keep up with the ever changing market and technology."

News

LTU gets DENSO grant for machine vision safety system in vehicles 

Lawrence Technological University has received a $40,000 grant from DENSO, the world’s second largest mobility supplier, for programs focused on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).

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Lawrence Tech is global champ of self-driving cars--for the third year in a row 

For the third consecutive year, Lawrence Technological University has won first place in the Self-Drive Challenge event at the 27th annual Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition. LTU was crowned champ late Monday after four days of competition at Oakland University in Rochester.

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Detroit surgeon to receive LTU's Alumni Achievement Award at Commencement May 11 

Nicole Kennedy, M.D., section chief in the Department of Vascular Surgery and medical informatics officer at Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital, will receive Lawrence Technological University’s Alumni Achievement Award at LTU’s Commencement Saturday, May 11.

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LTU prof wins Heart Association grant for testing engineered blood vessels 

A Lawrence Technological University professor has won a two-year, $151,734 grant from the American Heart Association to develop a better way to test lab-grown blood vessels.

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