Emily Mower Provost

Ultimately, I have chosen to create mathematical and algorithmic tools to quantify human behavior. Now, whenever I have a solution that works, I have also learned something new about human behavior. [Read more]

Ming Li

Ming LiAssociate Professor at Sun Yat-sen UniveristyGuangzhou City, Guangdong, China”I think EE is a very broad and interdisciplinary field. It covers the full chain of the production of smart devices, from semiconductor, circuits, sensors, and chips to signal processing, communication, control and AI algorithms.”  ming liWhy Electrical and Computer Engineering?I like Chinese traditional music when I was young. I learned … Read More

Jorge F. Silva

Jorge F. SilvaProfessor of Electrical Engineering, University of Chile, Santiago”I firmly believe that the future generation of electrical and computer engineers will play a major role in the creation of this new information-age. In particular, they will create and develop the solution to tackled relevant problems, not only within the EE and CE areas, but in the entire context where … Read More


電機』領域的廣度非常令人驚豔。其中關於什麼是訊號處理,我在IEEE工程師學會的Signal Processing Society中看到的一句話,『我們日常生活背後的科學』,這真的總結了這一切。在這個領域中,我們不僅僅是發明技術,也直接為影響我們日常生活的科學貢獻一份心力。 [Read more]

Jeremy (Chi-Chun) Lee

“The breadth of EE is really amazing. A saying about signal processing that I found from the IEEE signal processing society, ‘the science behind our daily life,’ really summarizes it all. Being in this field, not only are we just inventing tools, but also in a way contributing back to the scientific aspect that directly impact our daily life.” [Read more]

Theodora Chaspari

“Multidisciplinary partnerships between electrical engineers and scientists from various fields have resulted in products and capabilities beyond the wildest dreams: self-driving cars, voice-enabled technologies, 3D printers, big data tools are commonplace realities that can help address challenges in healthcare, education, economy, and commerce.” [Read more]