• Electrical Engineering & Computer Science

    EECS is everywhere. We combine the rigor of science, the power of engineering, and the thrill of discovery. Our students change the world.
  • Did you find your first job through Anne Hunter's list? Based on the article in the Boston Globe (online today at betaboston) Anne Hunter has reached many EECS (and MIT) undergraduate and MEng students through her "jobs list" sent out on a frequent basis since the mid 1990s. Read more!
  • Five EECS faculty and associated researchers are among the 14 MIT research teams selected to receive Deshpande research grants for fall 2014. Initiated in 2002 through the MIT School of Engineering and made possible by a gift from Desh and Jaishree Deshpande, the Center’s mission is to move technologies from the laboratories at MIT to the marketplace. Read more.
  • Using Bayesian regression, Devavrat Shah, member of the Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems and the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (LIDS) and recent graduate student Kang Zhang have identified patterns from five months of price data from all major Bitcoin exhanges — enabling them to predict the price of Bitcoin — thereby allowing them to double their investment over a 50 day period. Read more.
  • Join the MIT Microsystems Technology Laboratories (MTL) team to celebrate 30 years of MTL contributions to advancing micro- and nano- technologies to date and in the years going forward. Open to entire MIT community. Register at mtl30.mit.edu. More info.
  • Karl K. Berggren, professor of electrical engineering and computer science in MIT's EECS department and member of the Microsystems Technology Laboratories (MTL) and the Research Lab of Electronics (RLE) and EECS graduate student Adam McCaughan have devised the Nanocryotron — the Ntron for shor — a new approach to a 1950s design, that now shows promise for use in superconducting computer chips at 50 - 100 times energy efficiency and greater processing power. Read more.
  • Three 2014-2015 Faculty Research Innovation Fellowships (FRIF) were announced on Oct. 7. 2014. The FRIF was established in 2011 to recognize mid-career EECS faculty members for outstanding research contributions and international leadership in their fields. Read more.
  • The Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) seeks candidates for faculty positions starting in September 2015. Appointment will be at the assistant or untenured associate professor level. In special cases, a senior faculty appointment may be possible. Faculty duties include teaching at the graduate and undergraduate levels, research, and supervision of student research. We will consider candidates with backgrounds and interests in any area of electrical engineering and computer science. Faculty appointments will commence after completion of a doctoral degree.
  • On Oct. 3 a panel discussion titled "Challenging Technical Privilege: How Race and Gender Matter" was held at MIT. Sponsored by Women's and Gender Studies, EECS, CSAIL, Office of Minority Education, and ICEO, the event provided a candid, open discussion on issues of Technical Privilege and Stereotype Threat
  • Yesterday, Oc.t 8, 2014, Advanced Micro Devices, one of the world's biggest chip-design companies appointed Lisa Su, '91 SB, SM and '94 PhD, as its president and chief executive officer. She is the first female to head the 45 year old company and the latest female top executive at a major Silicon Valley tech company. Read more.
  • Microsystems Technology Laboratories (MTL) research scientist Luis Fernando Velásquez-García and his group have devised a new way for manufacturing nanoscale devices cheaply using arrays of carbon nanotubes. Their work, published in the IEEE Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems, promises a wide range of applications. read more