The College of Engineering and Computer Science is pleased to announce the selection of Dr. Brian Rigling to the position of Electrical Engineering Department Chair. Dr. Rigling will assist in reaching our College's goals for preeminence and student success as he takes on this administrative role.
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We offer completion certificates and short courses, in partnership with ESI, to sharpen your skills and work towards professional credentials.
Learn how you can build up your skill set and value within your company. Go to cecs.wright.edu/profdev to see a full course listing.
Dean Nathan Klingbeil introduces himself to his future students. The College of Engineering and Computer Science strives to maintain a community aspect where every student feels welcome.
Thanks to a team of engineers, including Wright State’s own Benjamin Ausdenmoore, 14-year Indy League racer and paraplegic Sam Schmidt can now rocket around the track as a driver with the help of a camera racecar simulator that is controlled solely with head and mouth movements.
Cyber Security Analytics Certificate
In Fall 2014, Wright State University’s College of Engineering and Computer Science will begin offering an online technical educational certificate in Cyber Security Analytics. This cutting-edge certificate will be presented in an entirely online environment that is accessible across the country. Click here for more information.
Did you know that Dean Klingbeil has a Twitter account?
To hear about the happenings in our college, plus today's newest technology and gadgets, follow the dean @WrightStateCECS.
Business leaders, educators, government officials and others discussed developing initiatives in workforce development and globalization during Wright State’s annual Regional Summit. Continue reading →
Optimizing healthcare logistics and distance Master’s programs
Dr. Pratik Parikh's student research team optimizes healthcare supply chains and hospital logistics; they analyze data to determine how information, equipment, people, and materials can be better organized, moved, or used. Just as Dr. Parikh makes healthcare more efficient, effective, and economical, the distance classes for the all-online master's degree in Human Factors Engineering also take that approach. Choose any one of the five IHE Master's tracks to work at your own pace, meet caring faculty, make a difference, and find a balance between career and life. Scholarships are available for WPAFB military and civilian personnel. Dr. Parikh is Associate Professor of Biomedical, Industrial, & Human Factors Engineering at Wright State.