computer engineer


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computer engineer

A professional who has software, systems or network engineering experience. The term may also refer to an individual with an electrical engineering background, who is also proficient in computer science. Such a person could be involved in the design of hardware as well as software. See engineer.
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Computer engineers design, develop, test, and evaluate computer hardware and related equipment, software programs, and systems.
Computer engineers often work as part of a team that designs new hardware, software, and systems.
The lab opening will be followed by demonstrations of technology used in the course and additional applications using TI Analog, Microcontrollers and Wireless Connectivity, including a wireless game controller and an Internet of Things example, which are systems that TI is using to make way for the new experiential approach to educating University of Maryland electrical and computer engineers.
As today's world becomes more advanced and fast-paced, knowledgeable computer engineers who are smart, creative, and adaptive thinkers are in high demand to invent the next generation of tablets, smart phones and more.
The new equipment will be used in engineering, mathematics and other technical courses, designed to train students as computer engineers and scientists.

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