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Fall 2014 Booklist


Required and recommended books for fall 2014 courses (PDF).

ECE Tutorials Available


ECE Tutorials

The ECE Tutorials site has video demonstrations and links to help undergraduate students in ECE.

Notable ECE Alumni


Many alumni from the ECE department appear on the list of notable Virginia Tech alumni. ECE graduates have gone on to impact a variety of fields; they have served as magazine editors, CEOs of technology companies, leaders in higher education, and public servants at all levels of government.


ECE YouTube Channel


Check out a selection of videos highlighting student projects on ECE's YouTube channel.


Looking to hire an ECE graduate?


The Virginia Tech Chapter of the IEEE sponsors a job board for ECE students and alumni. Employers can post positions for students to review.

News

GM, VTTI sponsor new senior design projects

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The GM Foundation and Virginia Tech Transportation Institute (VTTI) are sponsoring new student projects starting this semester. Projects range from test track emergency shutdown to developing a power source for remote sensing. The projects are part of the two-semester senior design capstone ECE 4805-4806. For more information, contact class instructor, Gino Manzo.


NanoLumens Names ECE Alum to VP Operations

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ECE alumnus Gary Feather (MSEE 1990) has joined NanoLumens as executive vice president of operations. Previously, Feather worked as senior vice president of LED lighting at Sharp Electronics. He holds three US patents: Networked Video Devices, Method for Processing Saturated Intervals in Video Sequences, and Presence Based Technology.


Schaumont quoted in Circuit Cellar post

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Patrick Schaumont was quoted in Circuit Cellar's EE Tip #39 on Embedded Security. Schaumont notes that perfect embedded security cannot exist, but provides some tips on making embedded systems more secure.

Events


Monday, August 25, 2014


Classes Begin for Fall 2014

All day

Contact: www.registrar.vt.edu