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ECE Graduate Assistant Summer Enrollment Requirements

In accordance with  University Rule 33.99.08.P1 Student Employment,  Graduate Assistants may work during the summer without being enrolled in classes provided the Graduate Assistant was enrolled for the preceding Spring semester/term and has registered proceeding Fall semester/term.  A Fall 2016 scheduling show proof of enrollment in 9 SCH of graduate courses must be provided when

Workshop of Mission-Critical Big Data Analytics on May 16-17 at PVAMU

Workshop of Mission-Critical Big Data Analytics on May 16-17 at PVAMU Register

Electrical and Computer Engineering Summer Camps

This summer the Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Department  will be offering the following two summer camps: PVAMU CREDIT Center of Summer Engineering Camp for HS students Summer Engineering Education  for Middle and High School Students For questions contact Dr. Ali at whali@pvamu.edu  or call 936 261-9910.

New Center of Excellence in Research and Education for Big Military Data Intelligence “CREDIT” Center

Center of Excellence in Research and Education for Big Military Data Intelligence "CREDIT" Center    

New Computer Lab Hours

Monday 5PM - 12AM Tuesday 5PM - 12AM Wednesday 5PM - 12AM Thursday 5PM - 12AM Sunday 5PM - 12AM Location:  New Electrical Engineering Building Room 125

Dr. Qian awarded $5M to develop the “Center of Excellence in Research and Education for Big Military Data Intelligence (CREDIT)”

Dr. Qian awarded $5M to develop  the    “Center of Excellence in Research and Education for Big Military Data Intelligence (CREDIT)” Today's military analysts are faced with the monumental and escalating task of handling massive volumes of complex data from multiple sources. To enhance their ability to more effectively and efficiently process data, a multidisciplinary

Seminar: Dr. John Attia – “Low-Cost Portable Instrumentation System for Engaging Students through Hands-on Learning”

Dr. John Attia TITLE: Low-Cost Portable Instrumentation System for Engaging Students through Hands-on Learning DATE OF SEMINAR: March 12 (Thursday), 2015   LOCATION: 3rd floor conference room in the Electrical Engineering Building TIME:            1:00PM – 2:00PM ABSTRACT: Due to advancement in technology made possible through increasing miniaturization of integrated circuits, several portable instrumentation systems

ECE Faculty, Dr. Matthew Sadiku, author of over 200 technical papers and over 40 books

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering recognizes Dr. Matthew Sadiku for his contributions to computational electromagnetics and engineering education. Dr. Matthew Sadiku is a 2014 Texas A&M University System Regents Professor. He was honored as a 2013 IEEE Fellow: A prestigious honor given to only 297 senior IEEE members throughout the world. Dr. Matthew