Department seminar: Smart Grid Research and Development in the Canadian Province of Saskatchewan October 16th 10-11am
Department seminar: How Wearable is Your Wearable? Solution Metallization for Conformable Electronics September 25th 12-1pm
WELCOME TO ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE AT LASSONDE.
The Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Lassonde School of Engineering, is one of the leading academic research departments in Canada. We offer a range of undergraduate and graduate programs: the BA, BSc and iBSc in Computer Science, the BA and BSc in Computer Security, the BA in Digital Media, the BEng in Computer Engineering, the BEng in Electrical Engineering, and the BEng in Software Engineering, as well as MSc program in Computer Science, MASc program in Electrical and Computer Engineering, and PhD program in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
Honours BA and BSc programs are accredited by the Computer Science Accreditation Council. The BEng in Electrical Engineering, Software Engineering and Computer Engineering are all accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board.
Specialisation in a second area in either the BA or the BSc is highly encouraged. In addition we encourage an international experience through summer schools and semesters abroad. We aim to educate a well-rounded individual able to contribute much more than a narrow technical expertise.
Our graduate programs are research based, thriving on the broad range of active research conducted by faculty members in the Department. Key strengths include computer vision, robotics and artificial intelligence, computer networks, theoretical computer science, database systems, human computer interaction, and software engineering. With over 50 research faculty and over 100 graduate students and research staff the Department fosters a dynamic research environment.
The Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science at York University has engaged in a period of sustained growth over the past 30 years, evolving from a small teaching department in the early 1980s to over 35 faculty today.
Happenings at EECS
Grad students win best demo at MDA’s Space Vision and Advanced Robotics workshopGraduate students Bir Bikram Dey and Robert Codd-Downey supervised by Professor Michael Jenkin received...
Distinguished Speakers for 2018 (multiple dates)
EECS Student Manjeet Kaur Speaking at Lassonde 50:50
Professor Suprakash Datta Wins Award for Outstanding Service at the 2015 Lassonde Awards.
Professor Burton Ma Wins Educator of the Year Award at the 2015 Lassonde Awards.
Ulya Yigit Wins the Creativity and Innovation Award at the 2015 Lassonde Awards.