EECS faculty at Berkeley have in common several goals: Research and discovery at the highest level, informed teaching, and the creative desire to excel. EECS faculty represent a broad range of people from all over the world and the United States, and from many different backgrounds. This makes study at Berkeley that much more exciting.
Berkeley attracts top faculty and they have won every prestigious award from the National Medal of Science to the ACM Turing Award. The UC Berkeley Distinguished Teaching Award has been given to ten of the EECS faculty. The College of Engineering has 87 faculty members to date elected to the National Academy of Engineering, 35 in EECS, one of the highest numbers of elected NAE members in an electrical engineering and computer science department in the country.
This section of the website introduces you to the areas of research in EECS at Berkeley. The possibilities in EECS are far-reaching and world-class.
List of EECS research areas with links to web pages that include faculty, topics and associated courses and projects.
List of EECS research centers and laboratories with brief descriptions and links to home pages.
Lists of EECS research projects with links to web pages that include investigators, research abstracts, and additional information.
Contact information and links to the EECS/ERL research summaries and newsletters, EE and CS technical reports, and graduate student résumés.
Awards, honors and fellowships from national and international institutions and academies.
Research Opportunities for Undergraduates
Resources for current EECS undergraduate students interested in participating in research projects or field-study.