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ECE Opening Social at Kiwanis Park

By Cade Johns September 13, 2022 04:01 PM
This past week the IEEE student branch helped host the opening social event for the students, faculty, and families of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department. Taking place at Kiwanis Park, over 350 people came together to socialize and become familiar with others in the program. Delicious barbecue and treats were provided, and everyone left will full stomachs. The heat was intense, but pavilions and trees provided relief for all who came.

IEEE TCAS-I Highlights "The Digital-Assisted Charge Amplifier: A Digital-Based Approach to Charge Amplification"

By Allyson Gibson September 09, 2022 09:45 AM
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I recently highlighted the work of Yixin Song, Benjamin Karlinsey, Shea Smith, Dr. Aaron R. Hawkins,and Dr. Shiuh-Hua Wood Chiang. Their paper, "The Digital-Assisted Charge Amplifier: A Digital-Based Approach to Charge Amplification," was selected by the journal for its high quality and promoted through its multiple media channels.

Chip Camp 2022

By Lauren Baxter July 22, 2022 01:07 PM
At BYU, it’s never too early to start learning about electrical and computer engineering – even if you’re in middle school! The ECEn department held its annual Chip Camp this summer, with kids from all over the country coming together to create LED frisbees, self-driving cars, and more.

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Electrical & Computer Engineering Faculty Job Openings


The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering has multiple openings for tenure track faculty positions. We seek outstanding faculty candidates who will challenge our students through teaching, mentoring, and research, while fully embracing the ideals and mission of BYU.

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