• Toronto ranked #1 safest city in North America and #4 in the world • Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering ranked Nº7 in Canada for Overall Research, NTU International Rankings • Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering ranked Nº4 for faculty h-index in Canada for Overall Research, NTU International Rankings • Engineering not for women? WRONG!: ECB Department is proud to announce that 1st year students are 25% female with Biomedical Engineering at 53%! Graduate Student female population at 25% and a strong female faculty contingent also at 25% • Strong Enrolment: ECB Department currently has 1179 undergraduate students, 167 graduate students • Toronto tied with Boston as one of the best "Student Cities" in the QS Worldwide Rankings • Ryerson Engineering ranked among the Top 10 Engineering Schools in Canada, Maclean's & US News
The Department of Electrical, Computer and Biomedical Engineering is the largest department in the Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science (FEAS) at Ryerson University. The Department has 40 full-time faculty members, 14 support staff, and over 1,000 undergraduate students pursuing Bachelor of Engineering degrees in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, and Biomedical Engineering. Over 150 students are currently enrolled in M.A.Sc., M.Eng., and Ph.D. programs in Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Computer Networks.
FACULTY & RESEARCH
The Department is the home to one Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, three IEEE Fellows, one 3M National Teaching Fellow, one NSERC Industrial Research Chair in energy systems, one tier-2 Canada Research Chair in Software and Semantic Computing and two Tier-2 Canada Research Chairs in Biomedical Engineering, and many other faculty members who have distinguished themselves with numerous awards including Premier Research Excellence, and Ryerson Research Chair awards.
- In-person option available BME328, BME772 and ELE746 students can choose in-person lecture and labs.
- Julian True's (Naimul Khan's masters student) paper, "Motion vector Extrapolation for Video Object Detection" won the best paper runner-up award at the CVPR 2021 robust video understanding workshop. The paper shows that utilizing motion vectors can decrease object detection latency 25x while maintaining accuracy.
- Xiao-Ping Zhang has been named Editor-in-Chief for the IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing. He is a Fellow of the IEEE, succeeding Lina J. Karam, Lebanese American University, who has held the post as Editor-in-Chief since 2019.