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UH Researchers Work To Upgrade Computer Memory
A new high-speed, high-capacity computer memory technology could make rebooting your computer a thing of the past, and may allow PC users to transfer...

A new high-speed, high-capacity computer memory technology could make rebooting your computer a thing of the past, and may allow PC users to transfer and download large files - such as digital movies - in a few seconds, rather than hours. UH researchers developed and patented the memory technology, and announced that Sharp Corp. has exclusively licensed the technology.

Texas Industry Needs Electrical Engineers: UH Helps Meet Demand
Scholarships, smaller classes and summer camps for high-school girls are some of the ways the University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering...

Scholarships, smaller classes and summer camps for high-school girls are some of the ways the University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering will help meet industry's demand for more electrical engineers and bring more women into the profession.

Robot Race To Determine IEEE Region 5 Representatives
Five robotics teams will race their robots through a maze in the Commons area in Engineering Building 1 at 10 a.m. Friday, April 5 to determine which...

Five robotics teams will race their robots through a maze in the Commons area in Engineering Building 1 at 10 a.m. Friday, April 5 to determine which two teams will compete in the 2002 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Region 5 Robotics Competition on April 20 at the NASA Hilton.

NIH Grant Will Fund UH Engineer's Study of Epileptic Seizures in Newborns
Electrical Engineering Professor John R. Glover has won a $600,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health to study epileptic seizures in...
John R. Glover, Professor of Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering Professor John R. Glover has won a $600,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health to study epileptic seizures in newborn babies over the next four years. The research will take place in collaboration with researchers at the Baylor College of Medicine and The Methodist Hospital.

Engineering Professor Elected Officer of Faculty Senate
Electrical engineering associate professor David Shattuck was elected as an At-Large Member of UH Faculty Senate. Shattuck joined UH in 1982 and has...

Electrical engineering associate professor David Shattuck was elected as an At-Large Member of UH Faculty Senate. Shattuck joined UH in 1982 and has received numerous teaching excellence awards. His research work involves medical ultrasonic and oil field applications, and he teaches courses in electronics, circuit analysis, microprocessors and communication theory.

Electrical & Computer Engineering Alumni Reunion set for November 1
WHO: Join Department Chair Fritz Claydon and the University of Houston Electrical and Computer Engineering Alumni Advisory Board for an alumni...

WHO: Join Department Chair Fritz Claydon and the University of Houston Electrical and Computer Engineering Alumni Advisory Board for an alumni reunion on Thursday, Nov. 1.

WHAT: Catch up with old friends and classmates at a special alumni reunion in celebration of the UH Cullen College of Engineering's 60th Anniversary!

IEEE/AES Honors UH Engineering Professor and Alumnus
University of Houston engineering professor Guanrong "Ron" Chen and alumnus James N. Ortiz have been selected to receive the M. Barry Carlton Award...
Dr. Guanrong "Ron" Chen, Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering

University of Houston engineering professor Guanrong "Ron" Chen and alumnus James N. Ortiz have been selected to receive the M. Barry Carlton Award from the IEEE Aerospace and Electronics Systems Society for their article, "Intelligent Control for a Planning System for Astronaut Training."

UH Hosts Second Annual REU Conference
This summer 13 students from across the country gathered at the University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering to participate in the Research...

This summer 13 students from across the country gathered at the University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering to participate in the Research Experiences for Undergraduates Conference.

Engineering Professor Liang Shen Receives Gold Medal for Technical Acheivement Award from the Society of Professional Well Log Analysts
Liang C. Shen, professor of electrical engineering and director of the UH Well Logging Laboratory, received the Gold Medal for Technical Achievement...
Liang C. Shen receives the Gold Medal for Technical Achievement Award from the Society of Professional Well Log Analysts on June 19.

Liang C. Shen, professor of electrical engineering and director of the UH Well Logging Laboratory, received the Gold Medal for Technical Achievement Award from the Society of Professional Well Log Analysts (SPWLA) on June 19, 2001 at the 42nd Annual SPWLA Symposium in Houston.

Engineering Professor Liang Shen Receives Gold Medal for Technical Acheivement Award from the Society of Professional Well Log Analysts
Liang C. Shen, professor of electrical engineering and director of the UH Well Logging Laboratory, will receive the Gold Medal for Technical...
Liang C. Shen, Professor of Electrical Engineering Director of the Well Logging Laboratory

Liang C. Shen, professor of electrical engineering and director of the UH Well Logging Laboratory, will receive the Gold Medal for Technical Achievement Award from the Society of Professional Well Log Analysts (SPWLA).

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