AI, Relying on Hardware Support, Could Improve by Thinking for Itself

Generative AI applications such as large language models became mainstream when ChatGPT went viral in 2022, but they require copious, complicated hardware underneath their user-friendly skins, especially when asked to act on more than just interactive text.

“Specialized [hardware] accelerators are crucial for maximizing the potential of AI tools, but current design tools’ complexity and required hardware expertise hinder innovation,” explained Arnob Ghosh, assistant professor in New Jersey Institute of Technology’s Electrical and Computer Engineering department Read More

NJIT revamps master’s program in power and energy systems

New Jersey Institute of Technology recently announced that it has revamped its Master’s in Power and Energy Systems program, adapting it to changing needs in the industry. (Click here to read more)

 

The Spark Continues: 'She in ECE' Year 3

On July 2, 2024 we had the SHE-in-ECE event sponsored by IEEE EDS and IEEE CASS and NJIT's Helen and John C. Hartmann Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE). 

2024 ECE PhD Student of the Month:

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Our undergraduate electrical engineering program ranks in the top 45 percent in the U.S.

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Electrical engineers utilize their knowledge of devices and systems design in a multitude of areas.

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Abbas  Kiani

“As a doctoral candidate, NJIT gave me the best opportunity to perform interesting and instructive projects.”

Abbas Kiani
Class of 2018

Jinisha   Patel

“I became an advocate for women in computer science while studying at NJIT.”

Jinisha Patel
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“Computer Engineering offers an interesting combination of computer architecture and software development.”

Ruta Kokil
Class of 2018

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