Where the physical meets the virtual, that's our giant leap.

Few colleges can match the depth and breadth of Purdue Engineering’s research capabilities and talent. We are focused on 21st century impact — leading the way in reshaping the research universe through discovery and innovation.

The Elmore Family School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) has a rich history of research and education that dates back to 1888. Many landmark innovations in radiotelephony, television, and electric power were developed by Purdue faculty - innovations that have helped shape the modern world. In that same tradition of research excellence, our ECE faculty continues to pioneer new technical frontiers. With more than 80 of the nation's finest researchers, ECE faculty and students have published hundreds of papers during the year in top quality journals and conference proceedings.

The Physical: Electrical Engineering

The Virtual: Computer & Information Systems Engineering

Elmore ECE Emerging Frontiers Centers

The Elmore Family School of Electrical and Computer Engineering created the Elmore ECE Emerging Frontiers Centers initiative to encourage, enable and sustain collaborations among ECE faculty, and others across campus, in emerging research areas that will significantly advance the frontiers of knowledge and have transformative impact on society.

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