The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department was founded in 1967 (initially Electrical Engineering (EE) Department) as the first engineering department of the University of Patras. The broadening of  scientific subjects led to the extension of the title to Electrical and Computer Engineering Department (ECE) in 1995  More..

The department consists of four divisions, including seventeen laboratories and groups, offering undergraduate and graduate studies. Furthermore the department participates in Erasmus Project for more than 30 years (since 1987) both in Mobility for studies and Mobility for internships  More..

The backbone of graduate studies is the Research and Development that is being carried out in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering. As a rule, the research is conducted in the existing Laboratories of the Department, within the framework of the research programs of each Laboratory More..


"Taggling: The Greco Echoes" mobile game
The Interactive Technologies Lab developed and released the mobile game entitled "Taggling: Greco Echoes" for an exhibition of works by Dominic Theotokopoulos. The official opening of the exhibition "Thoughts of Antiquity in the work of Dominic Theotokopoulos" took place at the Vasiliki of Saint Mark in Heraklion of Crete
on September 9,2019. Read more

International recognition of students of the Imaging and Virtual Reality team 

At the 26th IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces (IEEE VR 2019) held in Osaka, Japan last March, the VitaZ team from the Information and Virtual Reality team achieved to qualify for the nine best teams in the world competition " 3D User Interfaces "and to presented it work in the final.  Read more

 Students' distinction in a Bosch team competition
Jason Athanasoglou and Alexis Solanos are the winners of the Bosch Group's Internet of Things (Ι.ο.Τ)-"XDK Ideation Jam" competition. As part of their work, they have developed a factory automation system that allows for changes in the production process without interfering on the object. Read more

UPSat - The first Greek open source Nano-Satellite

Student distinction in Radiolocationand Channel Sounding competition

Second largest prize at the IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo