Prospective Students Attend Open House 2005


March 21, 2005

Prospective students came to the Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Department's Open House to meet with faculty and current students, visit ECE, and tour ECE and Pittsburgh. ECE faculty delivered research overviews in two tracks. A computer systems track presented architecture, networking, data management systems, and security research areas. An electrical and computer engineering track covered three topics:

  1. Signal processing, communications, controls, robotics and AI;
  2. Circuits, CAD and VLSI, and;
  3. Materials, devices and applied physics.

The ECE tour highlighted some of the research facilities that Carnegie Mellon students use, including the Wearable Computing Laboratory, Nanofabrication Facility, Data Storage Systems Center (DSSC) Magnetometry Lab, Advanced Multimedia Processing (AMP) Laboratory, Center for Silicon System Implementation (CSSI), and Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) Laboratory.

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Prospective students watch an ECE demonstration.