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Welcome to the UH Cullen College of Engineering!

Welcome to the UH Cullen College of Engineering!

Application Deadline Extended to July 17, 2020

UH Admissions Extended Deadline — July 17

UH Engineering is Still Accepting Applications for Fall 2020!

UH Engineering is Still Accepting Applications for Fall 2020!

Undergrad application deadline (Fall 2020): June 1
Grad application deadline (Fall 2020): May 15 **GRE waived **

Automatic M.S. admission for recent UH grads and seniors

Please visit www.egr.uh.edu/students to learn more about engineering your future at the UH Cullen College, your academic and research life, career and internship opportunities, and how to request more information and schedule a time to talk one-on-one with our recruiter!

Electrical & Computer Engineering | UH Engineering Graduate Program Spotlight

Electrical & Computer Engineering | UH Engineering Graduate Program Spotlight

Welcome to the Electrical & Computer Engineering graduate program at the University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering! We are ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY for the future.

Electrical and computer engineering graduate students at the University of Houston have the opportunity to work with and learn from faculty recognized as world leaders in their fields. These include Fellows of the IEEE and the National Academy of Inventors, multiple NSF CAREER Award winners, and investigators in major research projects supported by NASA, DARPA, NIH, ARPA-E and the NSF.

We are ENGINEERING EXCELLENCE.

UH Engineers develop magnetically navigated robots to attack and remove blood clots

UH Engineers develop magnetically navigated robots to attack and remove blood clots

In a collaboration with Houston Methodist Hospital, researchers from the UH Engineering Robotic Swarm Control Laboratory led by Aaron Becker, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, are developing a novel treatment for pulmonary embolism (PE) using millimeter-scale corkscrew shaped robots controlled by a magnetic field. PE is the third most common cardiovascular disease, resulting in up to 300,000 deaths annually.

“Using non-invasive miniature magnetic agents could improve patient comfort, reduce the risk of infection and ultimately decrease the cost of medical treatments,” according to Julien Leclerc, a Cullen College research associate specializing in applied electromagnetics. “My goal is to quickly bring this technology into the clinical realm and allow patients to benefit from this treatment method as soon as possible."

Your Brain on Art: Children's Museum of Houston

Your Brain on Art: Children's Museum of Houston

The University of Houston Non-Invasive Brain Machine Interface Laboratory within the Cullen College of Engineering conducts a live research project with kids at the Children's Museum of Houston. Electroencephalography sensors collect data to record brain activity as children collaborate on a group art project based off of the Exquisite Corpse concept.

Welcome to UH Engineering!

Welcome to UH Engineering!

Research Experience for Undergraduates

Research Experience for Undergraduates

BRAIN Center - Dr. Mayerich's New Approach to 3D Microscopy

BRAIN Center - Dr. Mayerich's New Approach to 3D Microscopy

BRAIN Center - Dr. Contreras-Vidal's Pediatric Exoskeleton

BRAIN Center - Dr. Contreras-Vidal's Pediatric Exoskeleton

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