2020 ECEDHA Annual Conference and ECExpo

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Join us March 18-21, 2020 at the Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld for the 36th Annual ECEDHA Annual Conference and ECExpo.

The ECEDHA Annual Conference and ECExpo is the only meeting of its kind bringing together the largest concentration of ECE academia and industry throughout the United States and Canada. The 2020 ECEDHA Annual Conference will be our strongest to date, offering innovative programming designed for the full ECE department, including a new, dedicated ECELab Technology Track geared specifically for ECE Lab Professionals.

This premier annual gathering features:

  • Keynote Addresses, Plenary Panels, and breakout sessions
  • Dedicated programming for Lab Professionals, Communicators, and Students
  • ECExpo technology exhibition 
  • ECELab Technology Track and ECELab Demos
  • Makers Demo
  • Robotics Demo
  • Full-day Workshops
  • Networking and interactions with colleagues and peers


  • ECE Chairs and Faculty
  • ECE Lab Professionals
  • ECE Communicators
  • ECE Students
  • Corporations

Join your fellow Chairs and Faculty members to discuss the most pressing issues facing ECE today. Enjoy the highly regarded conference program, networking receptions and activities with your peers, and an opportunity to see the leading ECE academic products on the ECExpo floor.

Our dedicated ECELab Technology Track offers a specialized program designed exclusively for Lab Professionals. Two full days of dedicated programming includes exclusive Roundtable sessions, private access to the ECELab Demo Suites, and the opportunity to meet with the industry's leading suppliers on the ECExpo floor.

Join ECEDHA's network of ECE communicators to share best practices in educating the public and prospective students about the exciting field of ECE. A full program of dedicated sessions, along with ample networking, allow communicators to develop relationships with peers across the industry as participants share experiences and obtain key insights.

Student programs at ECEDHA offer targeted programming for ECE graduate students. The iREDEFINE Workshop caters to graduate women and UMI students pursuing faculty positions. The IEEE-HKN Workshop brings together students transitioning into industry and professionals to discuss personal career paths, share hard-earned insights, and offer practical advice for your professionals.

Industry partners from EDA companies, test & measurement, software, semiconductor, distributors, manufacturers, and more provide high-level interaction to ECEDHA academic members through on-line education, content rich communications, and interactive technology demonstrations. ECEDHA industry partners support ECE disciplines, sell products and services into academia, and employ their graduates.


Mohamed Abdel-Mottaleb

Professor and Chair, Electrical and Computer Engineeringi

University of Miami

John Harris

Professor and Chair, Electrical and Computer Engineering

University of Florida

Zhihua Qu

Professor and Chair, Electrical and Computer Engineering

University of Central Florida

Timothy Wilson

Professor and Chair, Electrical, Computer, Software & Systems Engineering

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University