Prof. Ross Baldick has been named the 2015 recipient of the IEEE Power and Energy Society Outstanding Power Engineering Educator Award.
Prof Neal Hall is one of eight Austin finalists in the SXSW Interactive Innovation Awards for an unprecedented hearing device that mimics a fly's super hearing power.
Prof. Yale Patt and his students co-authored four of the ten papers selected as winners of the Micro Test of Time Award for the most influential papers published in past Micro conferences that have had significant impact in the field.
The Electrical & Computer Engineering Graduate Programs were both ranked in the Top 10 programs in the nation in the U.S. News & World Report 2016 graduate program rankings.
UT ECE graduate student Xingyu Zhang recently received the Best Student Paper Award at the annual Conference of the International Society for Optics and Photonics (SPIE) Photonics West Conference, which was held in San Francisco from February 7-12, 2015.
Ray T. Chen, professor in the school’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and his team, developed a new method and demonstrated a flexible photonic crystal cavity which can be bent to a curvature of 5 mm radius without sacrificing the performance.
State legislators and University of Texas leadership joined Cockrell School Dean Sharon L. Wood and hundreds of alumni, friends, corporate supporters and members of the Texas Engineering community to celebrate the groundbreaking of the Engineering Education and Research Center (EERC), future home to UT ECE.