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Electrical and computer engineers developed many of the innovations that have influenced modern life. Advanced technology solutions include a broad range of areas within communications, electronics, computer architecture, and intelligent systems. Our faculty and graduate students are involved in impressive projects, and the department has been the recipient of several grant awards from national research programs. Our research activities are conducted in fully equipped laboratories, many of which are housed in the state-of-the-art Fluor Daniel Engineering Innovation Building.

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The Future of Smart Energy

Dr. Christopher Edrington leads research in propulsion systems and smart energy for the Virtual Prototyping of Ground Systems (VIPR-GS) Center. Discover Research.

Open Faculty Positions:

Open Faculty Positions:

Applications are still being accepted for the following:

Milton W. Holcombe Endowed Chair in Electrical & Computer Engineering

The Holcombe Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Clemson University is seeking applicants for the Milton W. Holcombe Endowed Chair in Electrical & Computer Engineering.  This position will be at the rank of full Professor. The Department has a particular interest in highly qualified applicants in the following areas of specialization: (1) wireless, optical and/or hybrid communications, (2) quantum communication, (3) AI enabled communication systems, and (4) computational and compressive imaging and sensing. It is also desired that the candidate can collaboratively interact with faculty members throughout the College and the designated cross-disciplinary faculty clusters.