Electrical Energy Resources Center (EERC)

The EERC holds the School of Technology and the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Information Technology. The Paul and Susan Williams Center for Computer Systems Research is on the fifth floor, the Electrical and Computer Engineering Women’s Center is on the seventh floor, and the Electrical and Computer Engineering Learning Center is on the first floor.

1400 Townsend Drive, Houghton, MI 49931

Place Type

Academic, Research, Information Technology

Upcoming Events

ECE Seminar by Mads Almassalkhi, PhD

Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Biomedical Engineering at the University of Vermont and co-founder of clean-tech startup Packetized Energy, presents: Coordinating flexible...

2/22 2 pm
Biological Sciences Seminar

Dr. Robert Winn, Interim Dean, College of Sciences and Arts, Northern Michigan University and Upper Michigan Brain Tumor Center, (http://www.nmu.edu/umbtc/staff) The roles of Basigin and MCT-1...

2/22 3 pm
When a Colloidal Sessile Droplet Dries on a Substrate

ME-EM Graduate Seminar Speaker Series proudly presents: Dr. Vahid Vandadi Polaris Industries Abstract: When a colloidal sessile droplet dries on a substrate, the particles suspended in it...

2/22 4 pm
Biological Sciences Seminar

Dr. Amy Marcarelli Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences Michigan Tech University What makes a CAREER? Integrating teaching and research to understand the yin and yang of aquatic...

3/1 3 pm
Biological Sciences Seminar

Dr. Jill Barnes Assistant Professor of Physiology; Kinesiology University of Wisconsin Madison Sex-Specific Factors Regulating Pressure and Flow Over the last decade, there have been many...

3/22 3 pm

Recent Events

Lab to Market

1/25/2018

Recent Activity

Latika Gupta

Latika Gupta left a positive review 4/6/2017

That was a very well organized panel discussion. The discussion was timely and it was a really good topic. I am so glad you took the initiative to educate the campus and the community and get a discussion started. I was glad to see such a good turnout. I think I counted close to 90+ people. Some people had to leave because there were no seats left!
I hope you are proud of yourselves and hope to see more events like these in the future organized by the Economics Club!