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Temiloluwa Prioleau

Alumni Profile: Temiloluwa Prioleau

We sat down with alumna Dr. Temiloluwa O. Prioleau (BSEE, 2010) to discuss her career in electrical and computer engineering.
Al Bovik

Prof. Al Bovik Recognized for Algorithms that Optimize Video Streaming

The National Academy of Television and Arts & Sciences has awarded Alan Bovik, professor in the Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin, and his team of student collaborators with a 2020 Technology & Engineering Emmy® Award. The team will be recognized for algorithms that optimize streaming media to millions of homes around the globe.
NXP Foundation Fellowship

Students Rasha El-Jaroudi and Matthew Faw Awarded UT NXP Foundation Fellowships

Texas ECE PhD students Rasha El-Jaroudi and Matthew Faw have been selected as 2020-2021 recipients of UT NXP Foundation Fellowship awards. The NXP Foundation Fellowship program provides one-year fellowships to support third or fourth year PhD students pursuing research in machine learning, artificial intelligence, millimeter wave radar and advanced

Peter Stone and Lizy John

Lizy John and Peter Stone Named ACM Fellows by the Association for Computing Machinery

John, a professor in Texas ECE and director of the Laboratory for Computer Architecture, is being honored for "contributions to the design, modeling and benchmarking of computer architectures."
Shanshan Xie

Shanshan Xie Receives Cadence Women in Technology Scholarship

PhD student Shanshan Xie has been selected to receive the Cadence Women in Technology Scholarship.
Ballistic Optical Materials

Researchers Create Ballistic Optical Materials

Texas ECE professors Seth Bank and Dan Wasserman, along with Kun Li and Andrew Briggs from their research team, and collaborators from Purdue University and University of Massachusetts Lowell have found a way to create more efficient metamaterials using semiconductors and a novel aspect of physics that amplifies the activity of electrons. 
José del R. Millán

José del R. Millán: Building the Brain-Computer Interface

How can a computer help someone regain motor function? José del R. Millán, Ph.D., a professor in Texas ECE and the Dell Medical School Department of Neurology, tackles this question as he designs brain-computer interfaces that empower people to surpass their limits.

Students Compete in Handheld Game Design Competition

In order to teach students to take what they have learned and turn it into a fully-realized project, students from the EE 319K Intro to Embedded Systems course formed teams of two and competed in a competition to see who could create the best 80s-style handheld game.
Lizy John

Lizy John Named Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors

Lizy K. John is the latest member of The University of Texas at Austin community to be selected as fellows of the National Academy of Inventors, a prestigious distinction that has been awarded to a select group of 175 academic innovators around the world for 2020.
Rachel Selina Rajarathnam

Rachel Selina Rajarathnam Receives Cadence Women in Technology Scholarship

PhD student Rachel Selina Rajarathnam has been selected to receive the Cadence Women in Technology Scholarship.