What Does an Electronic Engineering Technologist Do?

TROY's Electronics Engineering Technology degree positions you to innovate within the field and grow continuously in your career.

TROY's Electronics Engineering Technology degree positions you to innovate within the field and grow continuously in your career.

Have you ever wondered how your favorite devices work or wanted to get a deeper understanding of the technology that helps shape our lives? Electronics engineering technologists and technicians have an up-close view of everything from smartphones to security systems. They combine a passion for technology with technical expertise to improve and innovate new devices,…

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Electronics Engineering Technology students, faculty host robotics workshop for local STEM academy

TROY students helped guide the students through programming and building a robot.

TROY students helped guide the students through programming and building a robot.

Students and faculty from Troy University’s Electronics Engineering Technology program recently hosted a robotics workshop for students at Pike County’s Center for Advanced Academics and Accelerated Learning.

As part of the workshop, TROY students worked with the seventh through ninth graders to program and then build a 3D-printed robot that can sense and avoid obstacles.

Kim Sellers,…

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TROY awarded $161K National Science Foundation grant

Dr. Raj Vinnakota's research could set the stage for new technological advancements

Dr. Raj Vinnakota's research could set the stage for new technological advancements

Troy University professors continually make advancements in their respective fields, most recently with Dr. Raj Vinnakota’s acceptance of a $161,597 grant from the National Science Foundation to further research building a device that would allow for faster data recording and processing at the photon level. Faster speeds would allow for improvements in optical computing and…

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