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Graduate Studies
Electrical Engineering

The University of Notre Dame’s College of Engineering is holding an online event to highlight research opportunities in the College on November 18, 2021. This Zoom event features faculty from Notre Dame’s College of Engineering, presenting 10-minute TED-style talks summarizing the unique way ND engineering is working to improve the world we live in through 
research in advanced wireless, robotics, nano-electronics, and optical engineering.  
Use the buttons below to preview the talks and pre-register for the noon (EST) or 3 pm (EST) sessions.

Notre Dame Engineering Research Opportunities

NDEE will prepare you, like so many of our graduate alumni, for top-tier careers in industry, academia, and government.​

And being a part of Notre Dame’s passionate alumni family will provide you with unmatched professional networking and career development opportunities for the rest of your life.

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World Class Facilities

In addition to world-class faculty, who spend one-on-one time with students to ensure their research is productive and impactful, and state-of-the-art facilities and work areas, you will find a warm and inclusive environment of supportive professionals. NDEE interacts closely throughout the University to serve the whole student, in every student. For example, the Graduate School provides specialized training on both professional development and grant writing, and the IDEA Center promotes entrepreneurship, protection of intellectual property, and incubation of Notre Dame startups. 

Rich Quality of Life​

Personally, you will enjoy a rich quality of life through a combination of NDEE’s generous stipends, Notre Dame’s emphasis on personal and professional growth, and the many benefits of the “Michiana” region. Students appreciate the region’s low cost of living; four-season arts, athletics, and recreational opportunities; proximity to larger Midwestern cities such as Chicago and Indianapolis; and convenient access to nearby train stations and international airports.  

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