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Electrical and Electronic Engineering in University College Dublin has a proud record of excellence and achievement in undergraduate and graduate education, research and industrial engagement. 

In our taught programmes we offer a world-class education across a flexible set of three-, four- and five-year Bachelors and Masters degrees, allowing you to find the best choice for your needs. 

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Prof. Federico Milano elevated to IEEE Fellow


Prof. Federico Milano was elevated to IEEE Fellow, effective 1 January 2016, with the following citation: "for contributions to power system modeling and simulation".

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Dr. Anding Zhu & Prof. Bogdan Staszewski receive funding


A team led by Dr. Anding Zhu and Prof. Bogdan Staszewski received funding from MCCI (Microelectronic Circuit Centre Ireland) to develop digitally compensated high power and high efficiency RF-DACs for next generation wireless communications.

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Winners of the ESB Engineering Challenge 2015


The ESB Engineering Challenge is a team event which pits leading Engineering Schools against each other in a fast paced and challenging event.

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Professor Robert Staszewski coauthor's book


Professor Robert Staszewski coauthor's book on Millimeter-Wave Digitally Intensive Frequency Generation in CMOS.

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Celebrating Light in Ireland


Bringing the excitement of optics and photonics to large audiences in public spaces requires enthusiasm, creativity and energy

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Professor Orla Feely, elected to the Royal Irish Academy (RIA).


Professor Orla Feely, is elected to the ranks of the Royal Irish Academy (RIA) in recognition of her outstanding academic achievements.