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Prof. Tom O’Sullivan and his team have developed game-changing new technology to safely monitor changes in tumors.

Professor Tom O'Sullivan working on NearWave technology with graduate students in his lab
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Six Notre Dame seniors complete Grand Challenges Scholars Program

Six seniors in the College of Engineering have completed the Notre Dame Grand Challenges Scholars …

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Notre Dame professor Monisha Ghosh testifies at Senate hearing on ‘Spectrum and National Security’

Monisha Ghosh, professor of electrical engineering and an affiliate member of the Wireless Institute at the University …

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Robert Stevenson named 2024 Outstanding Teacher in Notre Dame College of Engineering

Robert Stevenson, professor of electrical engineering, associate chair, and director of undergraduate studies, is the …

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8 Engineering faculty win NSF CAREER awards in 2023-24

Between 2023-24, eight Notre Dame faculty in the College of Engineering received National Science Foundation (NSF) …

Doctoral Student Meghana Remella demonstrates work on equipment in the Nanofabrication Facility in Stinson-Remick Hall of Engineering.

Engineers seek “switchable” materials to power next-generation microelectronics

Chris Hinkle is on the hunt for new materials. He needs them to power faster, smaller and more efficient chips for …

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Electrical engineers harness memory for device-level security

Everything from smart phones to supercomputers needs memory, and tomorrow’s devices will demand faster, more …

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Make great things at nanoscale

This teaching and research Clean Room in Stinson-Remick Hall of Engineering features powerful, industry-grade tools for design and fabrication of integrated circuits and medical devices with nanometer-sized features.

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Our Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering will prepare you for a successful career in industry, academia, or government.

Scott Howard, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering (standing) with a graduate student in his photonics lab in Stinson-Remick.


Faculty and students in Electrical Engineering are engaged in research in two primary areas — Electrical Circuits and Systems (ECS) and Electronics, Photonics, Materials and Devices (EPMD).

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Fighting for the Dignity of Independence

Inspired by his dad’s ALS diagnosis, electrical engineering major John Sexton is working to better equip people confined to a powerchair.

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