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.
Our research groups rank among the leaders in their areas internationally and have spawned a number of successful companies. We have an extensive network of research collaborations with leading universities and companies in Ireland and internationally, and present a range of exciting PhD opportunities for highly-qualified candidates.
NEWS & EVENTS
Three high-achieving students in Electronic and Computer Engineering were presented with awards of €2,000 each at a presentation ceremony in the School on Wednesday 27th April.
Medical device company FIRE1 raises €6.6m investment. Firm is developing remote monitoring device.
The Alumni newsletter for January 2016 is available now.
Prof. Federico Milano was elevated to IEEE Fellow, effective 1 January 2016, with the following citation: "for contributions to power system modeling and simulation".
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.
The ESB Engineering Challenge is a team event which pits leading Engineering Schools against each other in a fast paced and challenging event.