Passionate about conducting research
in electrical or computer engineering?
Considering a Master's or Doctoral degree
in ECE? You won't want to miss Graduate
Research Day (GRD) 2024.
GRD 2024 will showcase the exceptional graduate education and research opportunities you will find at the Department and the Faculty. It is a unique opportunity to engage with our world-renowned research community and understand what U of T's Edward S. Rogers Sr. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering can offer you as an MASc or PhD student.
On Thursday, January 25, 10 a.m.–11 a.m., we will host a Live Virtual Info Session for select applicants.
Some applicants may also have the opportunity, in early 2024, to visit U of T's beautiful downtown St. George Campus as a guest of one of our professors.
"At ECE, I’ve learned from internationally renowned researchers. I’ve had the opportunity to work next to top students from all different backgrounds and from all over the world. My grad years here have been an inspirational journey and pushed me to new heights. ECE at U of T was the right choice for me and I’m ready and excited to take my next step."
Read our feature on Elayan’s graduate research in molecular communications.
Learn more about our research-stream graduate programs and community
Diversity and inclusion
The University of Toronto, the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, and the Edward S. Rogers Sr. Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering are committed to increasing diversity within our community. Excellence flourishes in an environment that embraces the broadest range of people.
To be considered for GRD 2024 you must fully complete an application to ECE’s MASc or PhD program by the January 4 deadline.
This event is open to domestic and international students.
Applicants selected to attend GRD 2024 will be notified by email by January 22, 2024.