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What is Electrical and Computer Engineering?

The nature of electrical and computer engineering has changed significantly over the course of the careers of most electrical and computer engineers in the profession. Today, electrical and computer engineering as a discipline encompasses a remarkably diverse and fertile set of technological areas. A few examples includes the following:

  • Analog and digital electronics
  • Computer architecture
  • Computer-aided design and manufacturing of VLSI/ULSI
  • Intelligent robotic systems
  • Computer-based control systems
  • Telecommunications and computer networking
  • Wireless communication systems
  • Signal and information processing and multimedia systems
  • Solid state physics and devices
  • Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS)
  • Electromagnetic and electromechanical systems
  • Data storage systems
  • Embedded systems
  • Distributed computing
  • Mobile computing
  • Real-time software
  • Digital signal processing
  • Optical data processing

      - See ECE Academic Programs, more about ECE.



Faculty of Engineering & Computer Science (ENCS)

Foremost among the opportunities and challenges at the present time is the effort to take another significant step in situating Concordia's Faculty of Engineering & Computer Science among the leaders of excellence in research, innovation and education. This year, the Faculty will examine all its undergraduate curricula aiming at restructuring the academic offerings into uniquely excellent academic education. This will be a bold and comprehensive step, for which we will mobilize all the academic intellectual and organizational resources of the Faculty. We are setting our eyes on a leading position and role in engineering education in Canada and beyond.



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