School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

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1H Meet the faculty showcase event

POSTGRADUATE RESEARCH EVENT

Meet the Faculty Showcase

Monday 26 February 2018

Hear from our current PhD students, early career researchers and supervisors who will showcase the cutting edge research that they are currently undertaking.

Talk to our Faculty experts on the range of exciting world class research opportunities available at Queen’s for 2018 entry.

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Dynamic undergraduate and postgraduate courses for a changing world

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Career Ready Graduates

YOUR DEGREE IS ONLY THE START

Our dedication to employability

Prof. William Scanlon

Professor William Scanlon

Welcome to EEECS

Computing and communications technology influences so much of how we live today - the way we communicate,travel, make financial transactions, or receive medical care. A degree from the School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EEECS) squarely positions our graduates within an industry that will impact the way we live today and in the future.

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About the School

School and Institutional Award

Queen’s University has become the first academic institution in Northern Ireland to be awarded a royally-sealed professorship.  The rare Regius Professorship is bestowed to recognise exceptional research work.  The Queen has awarded the title to the electronics and computer engineering department, which has undertaken pioneering work in the field of cyber-security.

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Research at the School

Our pioneering work and facilities for researchers

Research profiles and case studies

Bernard Crossland Building

Cutting-edge Facilities

Multi-million pound refurbishment

A recent multi-million pound refurbishment of the old Bernard Crossland building, where computing courses are based, now provides our students with state-of-the-art facilities in an engaging, modern environment.

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