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ECE is an initialism with disparate meanings, including:
- Electrical and computer engineering, a discipline that combines electrical engineering and computer science and engineering
- Electronics and communication engineering, a discipline that combines electronics engineering and Computer, Information and communication technology
- United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, a United Nations agency promulgating automotive technical regulations based on international consensus
- Early childhood education, an approach to the education of small children
- External combustion engine, a form of heat engine
- Electron-Cloud Effect, a phenomenon associated with particle accelerators
- Early College Experience, a program allowing college credit for advanced high school classes
- École Centrale d'Électronique, a French Graduate School of Engineering located in Paris
- Encyclopedia of Chess Endings, One of Chess endgame literature books
- East Coast Expressway (ECE), a Malaysian expressway
- Explicit Congestion Notification Echo, an extension to TCP and IP computer networking
- Edinburgh Corn Exchange, a concert venue and conference centre located in the Chesser area of Edinburgh, Scotland
- Equipement et Construction Electrique, ECE - Zodiac Aerospace, a French company, within Zodiac Aerospace group
- Excelsior College Examinations, a set of exams provided by Excelsior College; passing one can earn credit at other colleges besides Excelsior
- Einstein-Cartan-Evans theory, a proposed unified theory of physics
- ece is a filetype associated with Oracle Application Express
- ece is a filetype associated with Escenic Dynamic Web Pages built using the Escenic Content Engine
- Ece is the ancient name of Troia in Italy
- Ece is also a Turkish feminine name meaning "Queen"
- Ece was a French chemical tanker involved in a collision with the Polish freighter Grot-Rowecki in January 2006
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