The electrical and computer engineering programs sponsor a student section of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. This organization supports visiting lecturers, educational workshops, field trips to surrounding industrial sites, and social events. For additional information visit IEEE.
The national honor society for electrical and computer engineers, is represented by the Zeta Rho Chapter at the University of New Haven. This society exists to honor superior students and to encourage high scholastic achievement."Presentation on Wireless Computing and Convergence - 4G"; sponsored by ARE Technologies, IEEE CT and IEEE at the University of New Haven.
The University of New Haven Robotics Club is a group dedicated to the creation of working robots. We work to provide a forum for learning about everything from hardware to electronics to parts fabrication to programming. Members come from a variety of backgrounds and bring knowledge from their areas. If you are interested in getting started in robotics or are experienced in robotics and want to network with other enthusiasts, you should join us. Newcomers are always welcome.
The Programming Club at the University of New Haven meets regularly for practice and competes in regional and national events.
The national honor society for computer science is represented by the Zeta Chapter at the University of New Haven. This society exists to honor superior students and to encourage high scholastic achievement.
The University of New Haven wRG is a research group under the supervision of Dr. Amir Esmailpour, within the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Computer Science. The group is for students who have a passion for research in different areas of wired and wireless networking.