ECE: Electrical & Computer Engineering
About ECE

Where to Find Us

Photograph of Whittemore Hall
Photograph of Durham Hall
Photograph of Torgersen Hall
Photograph of the FEEC lab at Plantation Road

Whittemore Hall houses the department's main office, student services office, and a variety of offices and laboratories.

Durham Hall, adjacent to Whittemore, houses a variety of offices and research and teaching laboratories.

Torgersen Hall houses some of the computer engineering offices and laboratories.

An off-campus building at 106 Plantation Road is home to a laboratory used by the Future Energy Electronics Center.

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Photograph of the Advanced Research Center-Arlington
Photograph of the Advanced Research Center-Arlington
 

The Northern Virginia Center in Falls Church is the primary classroom facility and home of the part-time ECE graduate program in the National Capital Region.

The Virginia Tech Research Center-Arlington in the Ballston neighborhood of Arlington is the primary ECE research facility in the National Capital.

The National Institute for Aerospace in Hampton, Virginia, is a collaborative effort among Virginia Tech and five other universities.

 

Blacksburg Campus


Virginia Tech's main campus

Virginia Tech's main campus is in Blacksburg, Virginia , which is located on US 460, about 10 miles from Interstate 81 and about 45 miles from Interstate 77. Commercial air service is provided by the Roanoke Regional Airport.

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ECE Main Office

The Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering's main office is located in 302 Whittemore Hall. Whittemore is at 1185 Perry Street, between Stanger St. and West Campus Drive. Campus map showing Whittemore & Durham Halls (75Kb).

To find off-campus research facilities, please contact the appropriate research group.

Torgersen Hall

Torgersen spans the Alumni Mall and connects to Newman Library.

Blacksburg Area

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National Capital Region


Virginia Tech Research Center-Arlington

ECE faculty, graduate students, and staff at the VTRC-A conduct research in areas including computational biology, energy, cybersecurity, networking, and computer systems. The VTRC-A houses researchers from different colleges and institutes across the university and includes a state-of-the-art conference facility. For more information, visit the Virginia Tech Research Center – Arlington website.

Northern Virginia Center

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