Engineering and Technology A342
Phone: (323) 343-4470
Electrical Engineering is one of the largest major fields within engineering. Electrical engineers are involved in all aspects of development and implementation of electrical devices and systems, from conceptual design to manufacturing. They are generally involved in one or more major areas such as electronics, computers, communications, controls, biomedical, systems Engineering or power. Each of these major areas includes a number of subdivisions such as cognitive radios, high performance computing, renewable energy systems, and integrated circuits. Besides employment in research, development, and design, many electrical engineering graduates are involved in manufacturing, management, sales, testing and teaching. Careers are readily available in industry, government, research, and education.
Professors: Fred Daneshgaran (Chair), Jianyu Dong, Charles Liu, Lili Tabrizi, Nancy Warter-Perez.
Associate Professors: Marina Mondin, Deborah Won.
Assistant Professor: Shaurya Agarwal, Arash Jamehbozorg, Masood Shahverdi.
Emeriti: George B. Bouse, Helen A. Ryaciotaki-Boussalis, Roger Brandt, Robert Howard, Kamran Karimlou, Jack G. Levine, M. Morris Mano, Victor Payse, Jr., Raj S. Ramchandani, Martin S. Roden, Sidney Soclof.
Programs for this Department:
• Electrical Engineering, B.S.
• Electrical Engineering, Integrated B.S. / M.S.
Minor in Biomedical Engineering (BME)
• Electrical Engineering, M.S.
• Post-baccalaureate Certificate in Fundamentals of Radar Systems