The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Stony Brook is a top-ranking department with a strong commitment to teaching and research. Currently, for the on-campus degree programs, we offer two undergraduate degrees, the Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) in Electrical Engineering and the Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Engineering, a Master of Science (M. Sc) and a PhD degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering. Both EE and CE undergraduate programs are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org. Please read about our Mission and visit our undergraduate and graduate programs homepages for more details
In addition to our on-campus offering, we also have a New York State approved online degree, the Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering (BSEE). However, the BSEE degree is not yet accredited by ABET, Inc. ABET accreditation is only granted after the first class of students graduates from the program. The BSEE degree program graduated its first cohort in Spring 2014. We have requested an ABET accreditation visit in the 2014-2015 cycle, with an on-site visit in Fall 2014. For more information of the BSEE online degree, please visit the program’s homepage:www.stonybrook.edu/eeonline.
The department has over 20 full-time faculty. Meet our faculty and staff here. Our teaching and research areas include circuit design, computer architecture, microprocessor designs, computer networks, communications, signal and image processing, solid-state electronics, lasers and fiber-optics, microwave electronics, electromagnetics, systems and control, VLSI, computer-aided design, parallel and distributed processing, computer vision, and neural networks. Please visit our faculty research interests and research laboratories home pages for more details.
6. Prof. Peter Milder was awarded ACM TODAES Best Paper Award 2014 from from the journal ACM Transactions on Design Automation of Electronic Systems!!