In collaboration with Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley and Carnegie Mellon CyLab, ECE is pleased to offer a Ph.D. in the area of mobility, security, wireless sensors and networking. Students participating in the program can pursue an ECE Ph.D. while living primarily in Silicon Valley.
Increasingly powerful mobile systems, such as mobile phones, in-vehicle and hand-held travel guidance systems, and other network enabled devices are becoming the dominant mechanisms for Internet access and personalized computing. Fast and ubiquitous networking technologies will enable anywhere-anytime computing and novel applications. Embedded wireless sensors in appliances, vehicles, objects and the environment are dramatically enriching the available information and expanding the interaction context. Context-aware services such as mobile shopping, advertising, gaming and social networking are on the increase. To fully realize a vision of the connected mobile future, we need to better understand how people can work, play and collaborate in the mobile ecosystem and how to meet those needs through new designs, implementations and deployment mechanisms.
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Graduate program applications are now being accepted for Fall 2013 admissions.
If you have an old application you would like to use for Fall 2013 admissions or if you have questions about application for Fall 2013 admission, please send email to the ECE Graduate Office.