Electrical Engineers design systems that sense, process, and transmit energy and information. We leverage computational, theoretical, and experimental tools to develop groundbreaking sensors and energy transducers, new physical substrates for computation, and the systems that address the shared challenges facing humanity.
Computer science deals with the theory and practice of algorithms, from idealized mathematical procedures to the computer systems deployed by major tech companies to answer billions of user requests per day.
Artificial Intelligence and Decision-making combines intellectual traditions from across computer science and electrical engineering to develop techniques for the analysis and synthesis of systems that interact with an external world via perception, communication, and action; while also learning, making decisions and adapting to a changing environment.
Careers in Hardware and Systems
Rising Stars is an intensive workshop for graduate students and postdocs with historically marginalized or underrepresented genders who are interested in pursuing academic careers in electrical engineering, computer…
Faculty Head, EE;, Clarence J. Lebel Professor of EE, [EE]
Cecil H. Green Professor of EE , [EE and AI+D]
Professor of EE, [EE and AI+D]
MIT Provost; Ray and Maria Stata Professor of EECS, [EE]
Julius A. Stratton Professor of EE (Post-Tenure), [EE and AI+D]
Associate Professor of EE, [EE]
Professor of EE (Post-Tenure), [EE]