From attending alumni events to mentoring student capstone projects, it’s easy to get involved in UW ECE. It is thanks to increased alumni involvement, collaboration and support that UW ECE is a place of excellence.
Attend UW ECE Alumni Events
Throughout the year, we host various events for our alums to come together, speak to new and established faculty and discuss groundbreaking research in the field. There are multiple opportunities to connect, including alumni mixers in the Seattle area to an annual event in the Bay Area. If you aren’t on the events email list, we’d be happy to add you. Please fill out the alumni contact form.
Join Us for a Lecture Series
- Dean Lytle Lecture Series
Gain exclusive access to our premiere lecture series. The Dean W. Lytle Lecture allows alumni to return to campus, connect with faculty and listen to groundbreaking research from a leader in the field of electrical engineering.
- Colloquium Lecture Series
Did you know that you can access our Colloquiums from wherever you are? Researchers and experts travel to the UW to join our faculty in discussing current issues in electrical engineering. Alumni are encouraged to engage with researchers. However, even if you cannot make it, live streaming is available.
Join Us for a Lab Tour
Visit UW ECE to learn about the new and exciting research work that is being conducted in the department laboratories by the faculty and their students. The department hosts quarterly lab visits. For details and to register, please contact Jessie Navarre at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.685.3810. View photos from a past alumni lab tour.
Next Lab Tour
AI Conversational Showcase
Sounding Board is the winning socialbot in the Alexa Prize, an Amazon competition to further conversational artificial intelligence. Join the team, comprised of students and faculty from Electrical & Computer Engineering and the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering, as well as UW ECE Professor and Interim Chair Bruce Darling and Allen School Professor Ed Lazowska, to hear about their work and participate in demonstrations of the winning socialbot. Space is limited! To RSVP, please contact Rebecca Kuenzel at email@example.com.
Mentor Student Capstone Projects
Work with a dedicated group of students on entrepreneurial engineering projects through the ENGINE program, our new senior capstone design course. By working in teams on industry sponsored projects, students develop skills in innovation, systems engineering and project management. Interested alums should contact Professor Payman Arabshahi at firstname.lastname@example.org.