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The First Women of EECS
Joseph Thomas Gier
Hear From Women in EECS
Broadening Participation in EECS
By the Numbers
The Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences (EECS) at UC Berkeley offers one of the strongest research and instructional programs in this field anywhere in the world.
Undergraduate Admissions & Programs
EECS/CS Program Comparison Chart
Second Bachelor's Degree
Graduate Admissions & Programs
Grad Admissions FAQ
Adding the EECS/CS M.S. From Another Department
For Current Students
ed | EECS 101
Unlike many institutions of similar stature, regular EE and CS faculty teach the vast majority of our courses, and the most exceptional teachers are often also the most exceptional researchers.
Centers & Labs
Research is the foundation of Berkeley EECS. Faculty, students, and staff work together on cutting-edge projects that cross disciplinary boundaries to improve everyday life and make a difference.
Facilities and Engineering Services
Industrial & Public Relations
EE Distinguished Alumni
CS Distinguished Alumni
EECS faculty, students, staff, and alumni are central to our success as one of the most thriving and distinguished departments on the Berkeley campus.
EECS Excellence Fund
In an Emergency
Consider reaching out for a conversation, attending a department seminar or conference, viewing a lecture on any one of our public channels, or supporting us via a gift to the university. You can help strengthen our dedication to education and outreach, solidify close ties to industry, and nourish a supportive and inclusive culture.
Arthur R. Bergen
Arthur R. Bergen
Power Systems; Stability; System Control Theory
Prof. Bergen was first appointed as an EECS faculty member in 1958, and retired in 1991. His research interests were Power Systems; Stability; and System Control Theory. He passed away in July 2014.
Awards, Memberships and Fellowships
Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Fellow