Electrical and systems engineers make remarkable contributions to our society. Examples include computers, microchips, modems, cellular phones, DVD players, video game consoles, iPods, robots, MRI and optical fiber communications.
These instruments have helped to create the information age. We provide an interdisciplinary curriculum with a unique combination of analytical, computational and experimental activities. Our broad education is the key to the success of our graduates who choose positions in academia, high-tech companies, biotechnology, investment banking and government research laboratories.
Projects current undergraduates are working on with our faculty include:
antitheft measures for credit card systems
micro/nano-photonic devices for computers, communications and medical instruments
novel statistical data processing methods that localize electrical activities in the central nervous system for treating epilepsy patients
Our students participate in laboratories developing state-of-the-art technologies with multidisciplinary applications.
To learn more, visit the Department of Electrical & Systems Engineering website: ese.wustl.edu
Student Profile: Grace Kuo
- Hometown: Ellicott City, Maryland
- Major: Electrical Engineering
- Minor: Physics, Art
- Extracurricular: President, Rube Goldberg Club and Juggling Club
- Research: Summer research in electrical engineering
- Awards: Russell R. Pfeiffer Outstanding Junior Award, Antoinette Frances Dames Award
- “Being a part of the Rube Goldberg Club has greatly enriched my academic experience by allowing me to experiment with engineering concepts in a fun, hands-on way.”