Technologies developed by electrical engineers have enriched our lives in countless ways and revolutionized our daily environment. Electrical engineers gave the world the internet, telephone, satellite and TV networks along with power distribution networks. Electrical engineers develop new pacemakers for ailing hearts, ultrasonic diagnostic devices for detection of tumours, and NMR machines. They provide secure and reliable communication to expeditions in remote and dangerous locations and to astronauts in space. They are responsible for numerous household and personal items, from your smartphone, electronic wristwatch to your iPod. Electrical engineers work in multimedia, telecommunications, electric power, signal processing and control. They work with physicians on new diagnostic devices and with urban planners on new efficient vehicles. Their work makes our lives more interesting, effective and safe and increases our productivity and standard of living. Electrical engineering is grounded in mathematics and sciences. More than 23 full-time PhD research-active faculty members in all areas of EE with research labs in 9 clusters.

Research Stories

Four faculty members, who also serve as Principal Investigators (PIs) from the Department of…

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First author of a groundbreaking paper in the Proceedings of the…

Science Stories

Dr. Zubair Khalid, Assistant Professor in the SBASSE Department of Electrical Engineering, has been recently elected to the editorial board of…

Seminars and Conferences

Wajeeha Nafees defends her doctoral work on acquiring signals from spherical sources and novel techniques of representing them.

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