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Hardcover, 112 pages. Published December 1st 2008 by Iowa State University Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. 0981807305 (ISBN13: 9780981807300).

Hardcover, 112 pages.

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The story of Iowa State University’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering began in 1907, when Iowa State College (now Iowa State University) President Albert B. Storms recommended to the State of Iowa Board of Trustees that a separate Department o. . Storms recommended to the State of Iowa Board of Trustees that a separate Department of Electrical Engineering (EE) be organized with Professor Fred A. Fish as its head.

Years : A Photographic History of Iowa State University's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. ISBN13:9780981807300. Release Date:January 2008. Publisher:Iowa State University, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering.

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The University of Missouri subsequently established the first department of electrical . Konrad Zuse invented the first electrical computer, the Z22. It still is funcional and stands in Berlin.

The University of Missouri subsequently established the first department of electrical engineering in the United States in 1886. During this period work in the area increased dramatically. In the following years a bitter rivalry between Tesla and Edison, known as the War of Currents, took place over the preferred method of distribution. AC eventually replaced DC for generation and power distribution, enormously extending the range and improving the safety and efficiency of power distribution.

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