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  1. ECE Illinois Overview Brad Petersen Assistant Director of Communications July 23, 2009

  2. The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  3. “Here, my friends, on the prairies of Illinois and of the Middle West, We can see a long way in all directions. We look to east, to west, to north and south. Our commerce, our ideas, come and go in all directions. Here there are no barriers, No defenses, to ideas or the spirit, No rigid patterns of thought, and no iron conformity.” -Adlai E. Stevenson II, Illinois Governor 1949-1953

  4. Land-grant university created by Morrill Act Founded in 1867 Flagship institution 41,496 students 3,081 faculty 8,595 staff The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Alma Mater Numbers updated 7-09

  5. Administration • Joseph B. White, President, University of Illinois • Richard Herman, Chancellor, Urbana Campus • Linda Katehi, Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, Urbana Campus (an ECE professor) • Ilesanmi Adesida, College of Engineering Dean (an ECE professor) • Andreas Cangellaris, ECE Illinois Interim Department Head

  6. “This university has many faces: a superb undergraduate institution for exceptionally talented students; a research powerhouse that produces breathtaking discoveries and advances in knowledge; one of the world's leading training grounds for the next generation of scientists, professors, and policy makers; and, a force shaping the possibilities of the future across the domains of human endeavor.” -Chancellor Richard Herman

  7. University of Illinois: Research Powerhouse • 22 Nobel Prizes and 20 Pulitzer Prizes (faculty/alumni) • 359 active US patents • Spends nearly $500 million for science and engineering R&D (2007) • Received more NSF funding than any other academic institution each year from 1998 to 2003, second most in 2004 • Nationally, ranked 8th in PhDs awarded (2006) by Inside Higher Ed Numbers updated 7-09

  8. University of Illinois: How We Size Up • 286 main campus buildings on 2.3 square miles • 559 total campus buildings on 7.7 square miles • Over 1,000 registered student organizations, coalitions, honorary societies, and teams • 401,492 living alumni, one of the largest alumni organizations in the nation Numbers updated 7-09

  9. World Connections • The Institute of Higher Education at Shanghai Jiao Tong University ranks us 26th in their “2008 Top 500 World Universities” • Ranked 5th nationally in number of students enrolled in study abroad programs (2008) • Ranked 4th nationally for total number of international students enrolled (2008) • Home to PLATO and the first computer network; ranked first among “top wired colleges” by PC Magazine (2008)

  10. Engineering at Illinois

  11. Twelve Distinguished Departments • Aerospace • Agricultural and Biological • Bioengineering • Chemical and Biomolecular • Civil and Environmental • Computer Science • Electrical and Computer • Industrial and Enterprise Systems Materials Science and Engineering Mechanical Science and Engineering Nuclear, Plasma, and Radiological Physics

  12. College of Engineering Numbers • Undergraduate students: 5,355 • Graduate students: 2,426 • Professors: 212 • Associate professors: 72 • Assistant professors: 86 • BS degrees conferred: 1,042 • MS degrees conferred: 413 • PhD degrees conferred: 271 Numbers updated 7-09

  13. Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology Coordinated Science Laboratory Micro and Nanotechnology Laboratory Frederick Seitz Materials Research Laboratory National Center for Supercomputing Applications Major Research Facilities Beckman Institute

  14. Over 40 InterdisciplinaryCenters and Labs • Advanced Transportation Research and Engineering Laboratory • Center for Nanoscale Chemical-Electrical-Mechanical Manufacturing Systems • Center of Advanced Materials for Purification of Water with Systems • Grainger Center for Electric Machinery and Electromechanics • Information Trust Institute • Mid-America Earthquake Center • Power Systems Engineering Research Center • Center for Reliable and High-Performance Computing • Technology Entrepreneur Center • Center for the Simulation of Advanced Rockets

  15. Technologically advanced; inspiring learning and discovery environment Annually serves more than 1.5 million students, faculty, and visitors Capacity for 350,000 volumes 1,100 journal subscriptions Conference and series subscriptions High-end engineering workstations Grainger Engineering Library Information Center Grainger Engineering Library

  16. The undergraduate engineering program ranks 4th (2009) The graduate engineering program ranks 5th (2010) Most of the college’s 12 departments are consistently top-ranked US News Rankings Numbers updated 7-09

  17. Undergraduate Engineering Specialties in 2009 Top Five • Agricultural (1) • Civil (1) • Computer engineering (5) • Electrical/electronic/communications (3) • Engineering physics (4) • Environmental/environmental health (2) • Materials (1) • Nuclear (4)*

  18. Graduate Engineering Specialties in 2010 Top Five • Civil (2) • Computer engineering (5) • Computer science (5) • Electrical/electronic (4) • Environmental (3) • Materials (2) • Physics—condensed matter/low temperature (1)

  19. The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

  20. ECE Illinois • Electrical engineering program established in 1891 • Computer engineering added in 1972 • Annually ranked a top program: - Undergraduate electrical engineering is ranked 3rd and graduate electrical engineering is ranked 4th by US News - Both undergraduate and graduate computer engineering are ranked 5th by US News • 20,000 alumni worldwide Numbers updated 7-09

  21. ECE Faculty • 100+ faculty members • Over 50% Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) fellows • Seven American Physical Society (APS) fellows • Seven Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) fellows • 10 American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) fellows • 10 members of the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) • Highly decorated—National Medal of Science, National Medal of Technology, Japan Prize, Russian Energy Prize, IEEE Medal of Honor Bruce Hajek Numbers updated 7-09

  22. Well-Placed Alumni • Prith Banerjee, senior VP, HP • Todd Beanblossom, chief engineer, Boeing • Mark Bohr, senior fellow, Intel • Ralph Cicerone, president, National Academy of Science • Admiral Archie Clemins, commander in chief, US Pacific Fleet (retired) • Martin Eberhard, founder, Tesla Motors • Rob Kennedy, co-CEO, C-SPAN • Brian Leung, founder, Bay Apparel • Dirk Meyer, president and CEO, Advanced Micro Devices • Steve Sample, president, USC • Jerry Sanders, founder, Advanced Micro Devices • Steve Sullivan, senior technology officer, Lucasfilm • Jack Sun, director of logic technology division, TSMC

  23. Numbers updated 10-08

  24. ECE Staff • ECE staff includes 70 academic professionals and hourly employees • The average length of tenure is nine years

  25. ECE Undergraduate Students • Total students: 1,150 • Computer engineering (CompE) majors: 393 • Electrical engineering (EE) majors: 757 • CompE and EE incoming freshmen average ACT score: 31.01 • CompE incoming freshmen average high school rank: 90 • For 2007-08 academic year: - 89 CompE degrees conferred - 163 EE degrees conferred Numbers updated 7-09

  26. Total students: 509 For 2007-2008: 113 master’s degrees conferred 61 PhD degrees conferred ECE Graduate Student Numbers updated 3-09

  27. Educating Tomorrow’s Engineers • Students learn from faculty experts in their fields. • 30 department undergraduate labs ensure hands-on component. • Senior Design or Advanced Digital Projects Laboratory classes allow undergrads to initiate unique projects. • Students prepared for leadership roles in increasingly global environment.

  28. ECE 110 • As freshmen, all ECE students take ECE 110: Exploring Digital Information Technology, an introductory course that provides an overview of the discipline.

  29. ECE 444 • Students in ECE 444: Theory and Fabrication -of Integrated Circuit Devices spend time working in the yellow glow of the “Fab Lab.”

  30. ECE 498: Programming Massively Parallel Processors • As parallel processors become more prevalent, need for experts will grow. • Development of ECE 498 was unique collaboration between: • David Kirk, NVIDIA chief scientist • Wen-mei Hwu, AMD Jerry Sanders Chair of Electrical and Computer Engineering • ECE Illinois and NVIDIA will share blueprint of ECE 498 with numerous peer institutions.

  31. Why Hire ECE Students? • Students study and collaborate with faculty who are experts in their areas. They also interact with fellow students who are outstanding and diverse. • Students receive a hands-on education, spending a great deal of time in the department’s many laboratories. • Most students leave Illinois prepared for life in the real world, having survived at least four years on a large campus offering many distractions, challenges, and opportunities. Students are mature, well-rounded, and ambitious.

  32. Student Recruitment: Interviews • Interviews scheduled: 583 • Companies recruiting ECE students: 851 • Average interviews for BS students: 7.2 • Average interviews for MS students: 4.9 • Average offers for BS students: 2.0 • Average offers for MS students: 2.7 From ECS, 2008-2009

  33. Student Recruitment: Salary Average starting salary for: • Bachelor’s CompE: $66,464 • Bachelor’s EE: $66,855 • Master’s: $77,171 Signing bonus: • Bachelor’s: 40% receive; average is $7,000 • Master’s: 52% receive; average is $8,500 From ECS, 2008-2009

  34. Research Areas • Biomedical Imaging, Bioengineering, and Acoustics • Communications • Computer Engineering • Electromagnetic Fields • Integrated Circuits and Systems Physical Electronics Power and Energy Systems Quantum Electronics Remote Sensing and Wave Propagation Signal Processing Systems and Control

  35. Transistor laser invented by Nick Holonyak and Milton Feng Uses a quantum well and a resonator in base to control electron-hole recombination and electrical gain Can switch between a normal transistor and a transistor laser Combines functionality of a laser and a transistor Progressing towards developing transistor lasers that operate at different speeds for a variety of commercial applications Transistor Laser Milton Feng and Nick Holonyak

  36. Software developed by Thomas Huang and students Consists of three modules: face detection, discriminative manifold learning, and multiple linear regression Software can be used for security control, surveillance, and electronic customer relationship management Age Estimation Software Thomas Huang

  37. Developed by Brian Cunningham and Paul Hergenrother (associate professor of chemistry) Sensors detect protein-DNA interactions, which are essential for fundamental cellular processes Enable screening for compounds that inhibit some protein-DNA binding, which is an important step in drug development Photonic Crystal Biosensors Brian Cunningham (right) and Paul Hergenrother

  38. Low-temperature, catalyst-free process developed by Kyekyoon “Kevin” Kim and Hyungsoo Choi The nanowires could serve as interconnects in electronic device fabrication Bundled nanowires could enable longer-lasting field-emission displays New Growth Process for Copper Nanowires Kyekyoon “Kevin” Kim and Hyungsoo Choi

  39. Faculty Lead: Education, Research, and Scholarship • With over 100 members, the ECE faculty has an unparalleled breadth and depth of expertise. • ECE faculty are hard-working, innovative, and collegial, yet competitive. • Interdisciplinary projects can utilize Illinois’ structure of collaboration and access to faculty from other top-ranked engineering disciplines. • ECE faculty are respected by peers, serving as editors for countless publications and receiving frequent awards and honors. • Industry leaders like Microsoft, Google, Micron, NVIDIA, IBM, Intel, Motorola, Samsung, Toyota, Texas Instruments, AMD, and Boeing among research partners.

  40. The ECE Illinois Legacy

  41. SOUND ON FILM On June 9, 1922, Professor Joseph T. Tykociner gave the first-ever demonstration of sound on film. Tykociner produced a variable-density sound track along one side of the film that records the picture images, thereby ensuring that pictures and sound would be synchronized.

  42. ULTRASOUND Professor William Fry founded the Bioacoustics Laboratory in 1946 and began conducting pioneering research in the use of ultrasound as a noninvasive surgical tool and a visualization tool for diagnostics, work which contributed to today’s ultrasound imaging tools.

  43. TRANSISTOR In December 1947, while working at Bell Labs, John Bardeen and colleagues William Shockley and Walter Brattain ushered in the era of solid state electronics with their invention of the transistor, earning them the 1956 Nobel Prize in physics. Bardeen served on the ECE faculty from 1951 to 1991.

  44. INTEGRATED CIRCUIT While working at Texas Instruments in 1958, alumnus Jack Kilby figured out how to interconnect huge numbers of discrete components economically and reliably by creating the integrated circuit. He received the Nobel Prize in physics in 2000 for his invention.

  45. LIGHT-EMITTING DIODE While working at General Electric in 1962, alumnus Nick Holonyak developed the first practical, visible spectrum light-emitting diode, changing information display and illumination forever. Holonyak has been an ECE faculty member since 1963.

  46. FLAT-PANEL PLASMA DISPLAY Professors Donald Bitzer and Gene Slottow (both of whom are also alumni) along with student Robert Willson invented the plasma display panel in 1964. They received an Emmy Award for their work in 2002.