Media Center

The University of Texas at Austin's Electrical and Computer Engineering Department (Texas ECE), a leading research and technology education hub, welcomes media inquiries and stands ready to connect the media with subject matter experts, student stories and a responsive liaison for media needs and inquiries.

Media Resources

For specific media inquiries, interviews or quotes, tours and visits, and personal assistance, please contact:

Patrick Wiseman
Cockrell School of Engineering
(512) 232-8060

Andrew Carr
(512) 475-8284

Breanne Ertmer
(512) 471-7504

Jennifer Campbell
(512) 471-6722








Key Information

Outreach Initiatives

Common Acronyms and Terms

  • CSE - Cockrell School of Engineering
  • Texas ECE - Electrical and Computer Engineering in the CSE
  • Acoustics - transducers, atmospheric and underwater acoustics, and noise and vibration control
  • Biomedical - engineering principles applied to biological or medical problems
  • Cloaking - (Prof.Andrea Alu)
  • Computer Architecture - interface between the hardware and software in computer systems, ranging from supercomputers, servers, desktop computers, notebooks and handheld computers
  • Computer Engineering - computer architecture, computer systems and networks, theory and design of digital systems, machine learning, and software engineering
  • DICE - Decision, Information, and Communications Engineering
  • Electromagnetics - electrical geophysics, antennas and scattering, radar target identification, wireless communications, microwave and millimeter-wave integrated circuits, and guided wave devices and systems
  • Energy Systems - production, distribution, and use of electric energy
  • Integrated Circuits & Systems - digital, analog, mixed-signal, and RF CMOS ICs for a variety of applications
  • Manufacturing Systems Engineering - application of computers, information sciences, and information systems to the development of equipment and software systems for manufacturing
  • Plasma/Quantum Electronics & Optics - plasma dynamics, optics, quantum-optic and photonic devices, and plasma processing of semiconductors
  • Software Engineering - architecting, designing, building, testing, analyzing, evaluating, deploying, maintaining and evolving software systems
  • Solid State Electronics - electronic, optoelectronic and micro- and nano-electromechanical devices
  • WCNG - Wireless Communications & Networking Group
  • Connect - talent acquisition
  • IEEE - the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
  • STEM - science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines
  • URP - under represented populations