Alumni

Over the past century, nearly 10,000 students have graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a degree electrical and computer engineering. The department's goal is to bring alumni closer together and encourage ties with current students. Together we are establishing a continuum of education and service to provide long term benefits for everyone.

Stay connected

  • Attend an ECE alumni event in your area
  • Sponsor an ECE event, like Build 18 or ECE Day
  • Keep up with CMU Events
  • Volunteer to be a career contact for your company or a mentor for your ECE-related profession
  • Travel to campus to provide a Tech Talk, especially if your company is hiring ECE students

Stay in touch

In order to stay in touch and receive invitations, newsletters, and other communications, please register with the Carnegie Mellon University online community. This online community will allow you to update your profile as well. If you don't want to register for the the online community, but would like to make an update to your personal or contact information, you can do so here.


Alumni spotlight

Nikhil Balram

Nikhil Balram

Nikhil Balram
Beauty is not in the eye of the beholder when it comes to image displays. Instead, sophisticated technologies come into play to present images with the best possible quality. It takes a certain eye and mind to work on display technology, and ECE alumnus Dr. Nikhil Balram is one of the best. Read more.

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