- About EECS
- The EECS Experience
- Research Overview
- Research Areas
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- Research Opportunities for Undergraduates
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Welcome to Corporate Relations at the OSU School of EECS
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The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Oregon State, focuses on research that has real-world impact and education experiences that are authentic and hands-on to educate the next generation of engineering leaders. We live for new discoveries, thrive on innovation and synergistic collaboration, and seek out organizations who share these interests.
Whether it’s helping you find the best talent for your company or partnering on research, we look forward to building connections that support your company's success.
The Office of Corporate Relations is here to help guide you in making connections, building relationships, and engaging with the School of EECS. Tina Batten, director of corporate relations, will help plan your next visit to EECS including scheduling your visit, arranging convenient parking, and making sure your time at EECS is productive. Please feel free to contact email@example.com with any questions.
Connecting on Campus
- Have a meeting with someone in the School of EECS and need parking permits?
- Have questions about EECS events?
- Need a university staff member to help you connect on campus?
- Interested in collaboration or partnering with our school?
- Want to post a job or internship?
- Need to recruit EECS students?
- Interested in growing your organization's visibility on campus?
- Want to mentor students?
- Want to connect with a researcher or research group?
- Need help finding the right contact?
Core Research Areas
For an overview of our research areas, click here.
- Graphics and Visualization
- AI, Machine Learning, Algorithms
- Software Engineering, HCI, Programming Languages
- Analog/Mixed-Signal, RF, Microwaves
- Networking, Communication, Computer Systems
- Energy Systems
- Materials and Devices
The School of EECS is actively involved in commercialization and tech transfer — seven companies have been spun off of faculty research, and five new technologies have been licensed to external companies in just the last 10 years.
Known internationally, Oregon State University’s College of Engineering is the 20th largest College of Engineering in the United States. We have an innovative undergraduate program with a long history of very successful graduates and one of the largest graduate programs within the university with 1500 undergraduates and 300 graduate students currently enrolled in the School of EECS. (For more information on the School, visit Learn About EECS.)
You can be part of this! We are always looking for new partners and welcome your inquiries. Contact Tina Batten in EECS Corporate Relations and let us know your feedback and any areas of common interest.