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  1. I’m an RF Engineer with 5 years experience with defense contractors, working mostly with antennas recently. I want to pursue a MSEE to stay competitive and I wanted to hear about experiences anyone has with online MSEE programs, and recommendations for programs that do RF and antennas well. Some I’ve come across are Johns Hopkins EP, NCSU, ASU, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, and Purdue, but some feel like reaches to me. Can anyone recommend reputable online MSEE programs for RF? I’m a bit concerned with my chances getting accepted to any program, since I have a bachelor’s degree
  2. Hi all, Recently, I got informed by the admissions office to interview with three professors. Among them, one professor's research field is quite different from mine. Does anyone faced the same situation? What's the purpose of this kind of interview? Really don't know how to prepare for it.
  3. Hello everyone. I have been accepted to two really great physics schools for my Ph.D. - MIT and Princeton. However, the admission to MIT is through the EECS department’s applied physics route while Princeton is just traditional physics (I also applied to MIT’s physics program but have not heard back from them. Considering all the acceptances that were sent out on Friday, I will assume that I have been rejected). My area of focus at the current moment is experimental condensed matter (CME) and quantum computing (QC). In this respect, MIT is stronger, but I am anxious about how the dec
  4. What will be the ranking for photonics- Caltech, Princeton, Cornell, UCB, UoMich, UIUC, Gatech, Purdue, UCLA, UCSB
  5. Hi! UCLA EE undergrad student here. I applying to MS EE/EECS degree for Fall 2020. I am applying to the schools listed below. I heard that UCLA is known for its signal and system (?), but not 100% sure. I am wondering what EE/EECS specializations are these schools known for: 1. Caltech 2. UC Berkeley 3. UCLA 4. UC San Diego 5. UM-Ann Arbor 6. UIUC I am currently interested in VLSI, circuits, robotics, medical devices (I know... I will narrow it down...), any other suggestions for grad school would be great! Thanks in advance!
  6. Hello, I received offers from CU Boulder and NCSU in MS Electrical Engineering and now deciding what to choose. My area of interest are analog circuits, devices, RF/Microwave. Especially, I like practical side of learning, to clarify I like to create meaningful devices rather than write paper. Moreover, I expect to improve my skills in using instruments and CAD programs. Both schools seems solid in these aspects, but I was unable to find more detailed information from real engineers. Location and city are also important. I heard that Boulder prohibits expansion, so is it hard to find
  7. Hello everyone! I got an admit for MS in EE into UCLA, UCSD and TAMU. I want to major in RFIC (if I do a PhD: would want something where I can find it's applications in the Medical domain) and am confused which school to choose. Right now I'm aiming for the terminal Masters program but didint want to shut the door on a PhD completely. I am hoping to petition and switch to a PhD program if I end up liking the lab, advisor, peer group and research work after I join the MS program. But for now these are some of the pros and cons I could find . UCLA Pros: Better ranked than all of the
  8. So I got offers from both UT Austin and ETHZ and now I am confused as hell. I haven't received funding from either, that could have made my decision a lot easier, since money is an issue for me. From what I have read all across the internet is that UT Austin is like a job haven while ETHZ has a huge problem on that end (especially for non-EU citizens like me, an Indian, who btw does NOT know German). On the other hand, ETHZ costs nearly half of UT Austin (based on rough estimates on their respective websites). Not to mention that this year's rankings put ETH in 3rd for EE and 7th overall
  9. Hi Y'all Looking at the lack of dedicated threads for EE/ECE and Computer Engineering students/prospective-grads to share their admits/applications/interviews information, I wanted to create a separate topic for it in which all of us prospective grad students can contribute, share our admit/interview experiences for the benefit of all. This would get a dialogue started where hopefully all of us can learn and contribute something.
  10. How is the application reviewed in the interview phase of EECS MS/PhD at UC Berkeley? If interviewed and accepted into the program, would the interviewer (by default) be the PhD supervisor? Or, is the student first accepted into the program and needs to find a research supervisor later? If the students are first accepted into the program and not by a specific advisor, how would funding be handled?
  11. Hi, I wonder how the profile of a strong candidate for Stanford EE MS looks like. I would like to apply but I am not sure if I met their expectations.
  12. Hello, Sorry for bothering you guys with questions but my question this time might be a little bit complicated. I was admitted to systems, networks and communication track at a top 10 EE program (graduate school ranking). Also, the program I am admitted to is MS/PhD bound program. My professor would like to be my research advisor if I choose to stay for Ph.D. The professor is one of the top professors in the wireless communication area. However, I am not sure what will be my specific interest for Ph.D. study yet. I am interested in system optimization, wireless communication and signal p
  13. Hey! So which is the better university for masters in communication theory and systems? UCLA or UCSD? TIA
  14. Hi everyone First post. I am senior EE undergrad student specialized in photonics, currently in the process of looking for graduate programs (mainly masters programs) to apply to next year. I recently came across the MONBUKAGAKUSHO:MEXT scholarship and am very interested in pursuing a masters degree from the University of Tokyo. My problem is that I can't find much information about the structure of the EE masters program at U.Tokyo online, or at least not in English. I have read somewhere (one of the few scraps of info I've come across) that it is very research based, with almost no ta
  15. Hello, I am electrical engineering major and My GPA is 2.65/4.0 My GRE score is V:145, Q:158 AW: 3.5. I applied about 17 schools, and I already got 4 rejects... The rank of schools varies from top 20 to top 100. Could you recommend any schools that I could get an acceptance letter possibly? Thank you.
  16. Hello everyone. Hope this get answered. I was accepted to both UC Davis and the university of Washington for an M.S. in electrical engineering. I am an international student, and till now I didn't receive any words regarding funding. I am interested in communication and signal processing fields, mainly wireless communications' structure. At first, I was leaning towards the university of Washington, but reading more about each university's research and labs made me hesitant. From what I read, UW communication research field is not as robust as UC Davis, and by that I mean UC Da
  17. Hello, I'm wondering if anyone has an idea of which schools have CSE and/or EE masters programs that have less of a focus on an applicant's research background and more of a focus on things like employability, salary, and GRE. Particularly masters programs that can be completed mostly or entirely online. My situation generally is this- I'm a patent lawyer looking to improve my technical background by getting a masters. I initially took the GRE on very short notice and got an annoying split (for someone looking to do engineering) of 162Q / 163V / 5.5. For the purposes of this question
  18. Hello everyone! I applied PhD programs for 3 Canadian universities, U of Toronto, UBC and U of Alberta. None of them gave me any information up to now. For universities in US, if one doesn't heard from the universities by now, the chances of getting in would seem very slim. Is that the same case for Canadian universities?
  19. Hi! USC M.S. in wireless healthcare technology, and BU just general EE. Couldn't find a lot of information for the wireless healthcare specialization, seems interesting. is it easy to switch track once at USC? Also interested in their Multimedia & creative technology track. I want to learn more signal processing & machine learning and combine with a little biomedical stuff. Also, I don't really know Boston or LA. Which would be better place for finding jobs after? two years is pretty short. Boston feels like has more tech jobs? Idk lol Thanks!
  20. Hey, I have struggled on this for around one month - which Ph.D. program I should attend. I am admitted to both EE at Columbia and BME at Yale. Both of the program focusing on the neural signal processing. The Columbia one is more "circuit heavy" which focusing on the circuit design for neural stimulation and acquisition. The Yale one is more traditional - brain mapping and neuroimaging, which would more focus on signal processing and actual understanding of the neural pathway. Both projects have parts that I love and parts I don't love - most likely half and half: I love the id
  21. Hey everyone So i've gotten admits from University of Southern California (USC) and University of Wisconsin Madison (UWM) for electrical engineering. My primary focus would be on power electronics as I want to pursue my career in the electric vehicle industry. Which is a better university and why? Thanks in advance!
  22. Background: - Older graduate student (30+) with family - Have plenty of savings from industry experience - Desired postgraduate employment - national lab/academia/industry lab Here are the different criteria I need to consider: Quality of Project: Michigan: A little outside my area of interest, but a hot topic at the moment. Wisconsin: Has two projects with two different PIs that are great matches for me. Mentorship: Michigan: Younger professor, but has put out some highly cited papers in last couple of years. Wisconsin: One is a younger professor and the other is a membe
  23. Hi, I have the following admits and I am highly confused as to what should I choose, 1. Gatech - MS ECE 2. UT Austin - MS ECE: ICS track 3. UCLA - MS EE: Circuits and Embedded Systems 4. Columbia - MS EE (nikola tesla scholar) My interests are in VLSI design(preferably digital) with a few courses in analog and Computer architecture. I have not received any funding with my invite. RAship and TAship may be a possibility, but nothing currently. Can some who has info about these universities list out the merits and demerits of each pr
  24. I applied for 6 programs, 3 in US and 3 in Canada. I received nothing but one rejection up to now, not even an interview. Is there still hope? Or I should assume a total fiasco and make the run to the contingency plan? So anxious!!! The rejection is from Stanford. NCSU, NEU, U of Toronto, UBC and U of Alberta still silence. Sometimes I even suspect I didn't submit them right. Are there anyone else in this kind of situation? It's driving me crazy.... Anyone?
  25. Hi everyone! I have a question about campus visit. Here the thing, I applied for NEU for a phd program in ee, couple of weeks ago I received email invitation for a campus visit. I was so busy with my thesis defense that time and I did't reply, after I'm done with my defense, I found out that the campus visit date has passed. I emailed the director and got nothing. So does it have bad influence on my application? Cause I haven't heard back from them since then...
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