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Elvin Galarza

Alumni Profile: Elvin Galarza

We sat down with alumnus Elvin Galarza to discuss his time at Texas ECE and his career in electrical and computer engineering.


Elvin Galarza received his BS in Electrical Engineering from Texas ECE in 2019. While at Texas ECE Elvin served on the Undergraduate Advisory Board, served as Vice President - Valley Alliance of Mentorship for

Emily Porter

Emily Porter Receives Lot Shafai Mid‐Career Distinguished Achievement Award

Prof. Porter received the award for "contributions to microwave medical technologies, standardizing the methodology for measuring the dielectric properties of biological tissues, and advocating for women in engineering.”
Jean Anne Incorvia

Prof. Jean Anne Incorvia Named Intel® Rising Star

Prof. Jean Anne Incorvia of Texas ECE has been named a 2021 Intel® Rising Star. The Rising Star Faculty Award is an invitation-only program to foster innovation and help promote the careers of promising early-career faculty members.
ECB Program

New Dual Degree Honors Program Combines Business, Electrical and Computer Engineering

The University of Texas at Austin will offer a new integrated business and engineering honors degree program. The rigorous four-year undergraduate curriculum in the Cockrell School of Engineering and the McCombs School of Business will prepare students for competitive engineering leadership careers.

The Texas Honors Electrical and Computer

AI Institute

Texas Engineers Play Critical Role in New NSF AI Institutes

The National Science Foundation just announced 11 new artificial intelligence institutes across the nation, and researchers from the Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin will play prominent roles in two of them.
Brain Functions

UT Austin Study Aims to Shield Critical Brain Functions From Surgery, Find New Treatments for Neurological Conditions

The brain controls much of what it means to be human — speech, memory, reasoning and everything we feel, think and believe. When brain surgery is necessary, the areas that control these crucial functions are often perilously close to the surgical site.

But what if there was a way to shift critical brain functions farther away from the surgical

Materials Center

UT Austin, Texas State University Land NSF Grant for New Materials Center

The University of Texas at Austin’s Center for Dynamics and Control of Materials (CDCM), a National Science Foundation Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (MRSEC), is partnering with Texas State University to establish the Center for Intelligent Materials Assembly.
Hyrdogen Splitter

Making Clean Hydrogen Is Hard, But Researchers Just Solved a Major Hurdle

For decades, researchers around the world have searched for ways to use solar power to generate the key reaction for producing hydrogen as a clean energy source — splitting water molecules to form hydrogen and oxygen. However, such efforts have mostly failed because doing it well was too costly, and trying to do it at a low cost led to poor

6g

New 6G Research Center Unites Industry Leaders and UT Wireless Experts

Teaming up with industry titans including Samsung, NVIDIA, and more, researchers at The University of Texas at Austin are launching 6G@UT, a new research center to lay the groundwork for 6G, the next generation of wireless technology.

5G is just emerging as the dominant cellular technology after years of research and innovation that includes

Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship

Texas ECE Students Win Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship Competition 2021

The team of Akash Doshi and Manan Gupta won for their project "Federated Generative Learning for Channel Estimation in mmWave and THz." Doshi and Gupta were one of 16 winning teams selected from 43 finalists.