COVID-19 update: the latest from U of T 

ECE administrative offices are now open but with a reduced in-person staff presence. As some staff may be working remotely, before visiting us in person we encourage you to contact us to inquire about what services are still being offered primarily by email and/or telephone. For graduate studies related questions please contact the Graduate Office and for undergraduate studies related questions, please contact the Undergraduate Office.


The Edward S. Rogers Sr. Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) consistently ranks among the top in North America. It attracts outstanding students, has excellent research and teaching facilities, and is ideally located in the middle of Toronto, a vibrant cosmopolitan city. We have an outstanding faculty of more than 75 professors in biomedical, computer, communications, electromagnetics, electronics, energy systems, photonics and systems control; many of our members are international leaders in their fields. We have a new flexible undergraduate degree curriculum and an outstanding funding program for graduate students and research. We invite you to explore ECE online and in person.

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ECE welcomes new faculty member Professor Xilin Liu

With his background in integrated circuits, Liu explores the interface of brains and machines to improve human health

IBET Momentum Fellow Mai Ali designs autonomously powered sensors for health care

The Indigenous and Black Engineering and Technology (IBET) Momentum Fellowships aim to address the urgent need to provide pathways that encourage and support the pursuit of graduate studies by under-represented groups

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