ECE Open House
As a new Michigan engineer you have several areas to choose from and sometimes, those options can be confusing and overwhelming. ECE is hosting an open house to share more about electrical and computer engineering and what opportunities are available to our students.
So what exactly do electrical and computer engineers do? We do everything! We are there in all electronic devices (cell phones, computers, cars, appliances, etc). We are in electronic communication, networking, power, energy, sensors, and much more. We make things smart – we make them move. We send and decode information – we connect people and things. And we light up the world – efficiently of course!
Event Agenda (approximate)
3:30 PM — Welcome, Mingyan Liu, Peter and Evelyn Fuss Chair of Electrical and Computer Engineering
3:35 PM — What is ECE?, Pei-Cheng Ku, EECS Professor, Associate Chair of Undergraduate ECE Affairs
3:55 PM — My experience as an ECE student, TBA
4:05 PM — Open Q&A
In person only
4:15 PM — Split into tour groups
4: 25 PM — Tour of various labs in EECS building,
5:40 PM — swag giveaway (must be present to win)
Zoom information will be shared with those who register. Questions can be directed to Ann Stals (amriggs). We hope to see you there!