ECE graduate student and Bradley Fellow Christina Dimarino (BSE ’12) and faculty member Dushan Boroyevich work together in the Electrical and Computer Engineering lab in Whittemore Hall.
Graduate studies in electrical and computer engineering help students delve deeply into the technology and hone their research and design skills.
Graduate students work with faculty advisors to extend knowledge and technology in the field. Projects range from developing brain implants for treating neurological disorders to building the world’s smallest adapter.
ECE’s research portfolio typically realizes about $35 million annually, with funding from the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and from companies like Boeing, Intel, Motorola, Northrup Grumman, and 3M Company among others.
ECE consistently places among the best engineering graduate schools in the country, with top ranked research programs like Power Electronics Systems, Space and Atmospheric Sciences, and Wireless and Secure Systems, which are among the largest and most renowned programs in their fields.
Virginia Tech’s Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers master’s and doctoral degrees in
Meet Our Graduate Students
ECE graduate students come from around the world, from many different economic backgrounds, ethnicities, and traditions. Meet some of the grad students who enrich our programs.