Educational Mission Statement
The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Oregon State University provides a comprehensive, state-of-the-art education that prepares our students to be successful in engineering practice, advanced studies and research.
Our undergraduates experience authentic engineering experiences and a culture of innovation. EECS is one of the largest graduate programs within the university, with internationally recognized research programs in the areas of Mixed Signal Integration, Computer Graphics and Visualization, Energy Systems, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Materials and Devices, and Human-Computer Interaction.
- Accredited programs leading to B.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering or B.S. in Computer Science (the computer systems option).
- Revolutionary, award-winning educational programs that use personal learning platforms.
- Year-long senior design/capstone course with industry sponsorship and participation.
- MECOP internship program (places selected students in industry for two different six-month internships).
- Unique program in computer science that is the only one in the nation that offers a bachelor’s degree online for post-baccalaureate students and can be completed in one year.
- More than 3,000 enrolled students.
- Strong graduate programs leading to M.S. and Ph.D. degrees.
- 450 enrolled students.
- More than $12M in research expenditures (last fiscal year)
- Our faculty are bringing their collective talents together to conduct translational research — concepts that go from ideas to impact. Examples of this research include:
Developing technology, processes, and software to enable effective access to and utilization of overwhelming amounts of information.
Studying theory, algorithms, and systems for making intelligent decisions in complex and uncertain environments.
Applications include transparent electronics, low-cost electronics, energy harvesting, displays, sensors, communications devices, energy-efficient optical communication, real time dosimeters, and LIDAR systems.
Focusing on various aspects of integrated circuits and systems, microelectronic components and sensors, and advanced communication systems.
Conducting research related to renewable energy, motors, generators, adjustable speed drives, power electronics, power supplies, power quality, electrical systems resiliency, and industrial process equipment and controllers.
Developing tools and techniques to protect sensitive data & infrastructure against malicious attacks.
Researching various aspects of information representation, transmission, processing, and understanding.
Helping people develop software that is effective and accurate.
Studying the design, implementation, and formalization of programming languages.
Exploring the limits of computation in developing algorithms and protocols that provide provable performance guarantees.
Conducting research on systems, devices, and data analysis for a variety of health related applications.
Conducting analysis, synthesis, understanding, and manipulation of visual data such as images, video sequences, and 3D geometric content.
National Academy of Engineering
- 10 IEEE Fellows
- 1 AAAS Fellow
- 3 ACM Fellows
- 1 American Assoc. for Intelligence Fellow
- 1 Society for Information Display Fellow
- 1 National Academy of Inventors Fellow
- IEEE Centennial Medal
- IEEE CAS Society Golden Jubilee Medal
- IEEE Third Millennium Medal
- IEEE CAS Education Award
- IEEE Educational Activities Board Major Educational Innovation Award
- IEEE Gustav Robert Kirchoff Award
- IEEE Mac Van Valkenburg Award
- IEEE CAS Society Technical Achievement Award
- IEEE I&M Society Andrew Chi Prize
- IEEE CAS Society Darlington Award
- National Eta Kappa Nu C. Holmes MacDonald Teaching Award
- 22 NSF Presidential Young Investigator/CAREER or Department of Energy Early Career Awards
- Mike Bailey: ACM SIGGRAPH Outstanding Service Award (2015)
- Bella Bose: Southern Methodist University Computer Science and Engineering 40th Anniversary Award for Academic Accomplishment (2008)
- Ted Brekken: IEEE Power & Energy Society Outstanding Young Engineer Award (2011)
- Margaret Burnett: Computing Research Association Undergraduate Research Faculty Mentoring Award (2017); ACM CHI Academy (2016); NCWIT Undergraduate Research Mentoring Award (2015); IBM International Faculty Award (2007 & 2008)
- Paul Cull: Paul Cull: Life Membership, Association for Computing Machinery (2013); 50 Year Award, Mathematical Association of America (2013); E. R. Caianiello Award for Biocybernetics, European Mtg on Cybernetics & Systems Research (2004 & 2010); Forty Year Award, Mathematical Assn of America (2003)
- Tom Dietterich: AMiner Most Influential Scholar Award (2016)
- Danny Dig: Google Faculty Research Award (2015 & 2016)
- Bechir Hamdaoui: IEEE Communications Society Distinguished lecturer (2015-2017)
- Liang Huang: Yahoo Faculty Research and Engagement Program Award (2015); Google Faulty Research Award (2010 & 2013)
- Carlos Jensen: Red Hat open source champion (2017)
- Cherri Pancake: Woman of Achievement, Oregon Commission for Women (2006); HPCwire’s “People to Watch” list (2005)
- Gabor Temes: National Academy of Engineering (2015); Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) University Researcher Award(2017); IEEE CAS Mac Van Valkenburg Award (2009); IEEE Gustav Robert Kirchhoff Award (2006); IEEE Third Millennium Medal (2000); IEEE CAS Education Award; IEEE CAS Golden Jubilee Medal (1999); IEEE Graduate Teaching Award (1998); IEEE Centennial Medal (1994); IEEE CAS Society Technical Achievement Award (1989); IEEE I&M Society Andrew Chi Prize (1985); IEEE CAS Distinguished Lecturer (1991-1992, 2001-2002); Darlington Award of IEEE CAS Society (1969, 1981); honorary doctorate, Technical Univ of Budapest
- Annette von Jouanne: National Sea Grant Research to Application Award (2012), OMSI Genius Award (2009), International Energy Ocean Conference Energy Pioneer Award (2008), National Eta Kappa Nu C. Homes MacDonald Outstanding Teaching Award (2005)
- John Wager: National Academy of Inventors fellow (2017); Society for Information Display (SID) Special Recognition Award “for his pioneering contributions to the development of oxide TFTs” (2012)
- Andreas Weisshaar: NSF Program Director (2008-2011)