The Electrical Engineering Department (AEED) is one of the newest departments of DCSM, but still, it pushes the envelope in innovation for fields such as academia, biomedical technology, finance, consulting, law, nanotechnology, and more. DCSM AEED consistently tops the rankings and is widely recognized for its world-class facility, which provides outstanding education and conducts innovative and award-winning research.
Nearly 160 AEED researchers work in our major laboratory: the Stuttimire Electronic Research Laboratory (SERL). Researchers' interdisciplinary approach and collaborative thinking cut across these labs, throughout DCSM, and into industry and academia worldwide.
From robots that perform with professional dance troupes to medical electronic devices that harvest energy from differences in body temperature, AEED's work improves the quality of life for people throughout the world. Think of some things you use every day; chances are that AEED has had a hand in them. For example: the World Wide Web (Stanley Riddicks, MS), the conversion of analog to digital TV (Suh Chong, MS), building more reliable grids through development of systems behavior algorithms (Sergei Reznov, MS), new MRI scanning technologies (Sarah McIntyre, MS), and many more.