UH Electrical and Computer Engineering

We go beyond electrical devices and electronics and are advancing our society in imaging, communication technologies, computer and information systems, power and energy systems, control systems and electromagnetics. Our academic programs aim to excite about the endless possibilities for electrical engineers. Be part of UH ECE.

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Prospective Undergraduate Students
Prospective Undergraduate Students

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Current Undergraduate Students
Current Undergraduate Students

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Prospective Graduate Students
Prospective Graduate Students

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Alumni & Friends
Alumni & Friends

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Industry Partnerships
Industry Partnerships

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Working Professionals
Working Professionals

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Research Excellence

Highly interdisciplinary and revolutionizing electronics and materials for a sustainable society, our department research in this domain spans…
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Signal and image processing in our department includes theoretical and practical algorithm development, and hardware designs to convert signals,…
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From data to hardware and software and computer systems including supercomputers, servers, desktop computers, notebooks, handhelds, and quantum…
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Research in this domain in our Department covers semiconductor optoelectronics, lasers, photonics, multispectral optical sensing and Imaging, optical…
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Whether envisioning medical sensors or designing robots or swarms, faculty in ECE research these technologies for land, air, and water and within and…
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Research on the storage, production, distribution, and use of electric energy and energy storage systems conducted in our department will transform…
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ECE Graduate Programs

UH Cullen College of Engineering offers an M.S. degree (thesis and non-thesis) and a Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering, as well as a M.S. degree in computer & systems engineering. UH Cullen College of Engineering also offers two Graduate Certificate programs in Power and Energy Systems.

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Graduate Programs for (Busy) Working Professionals
Graduate Programs for (Busy) Working Professionals

Investing in a graduate degree provides you with the advanced knowledge and credibility you need to get ahead in today’s competitive workplace.

Featured Research Video

Magnetic Induction Remotely Operated Vehicles for Subsea Collision Avoidance
Dr. Aaron Becker's Robotic Swarm Control Lab at the University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering tests subsea ROV transmission and receiving technology at NASA's Neutral Buoyancy Lab. Research is supported by the Subsea Systems Institute at the University of Houston.

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Earn your master's degree in Electrical Engineering — Power and Energy Systems (M.S.E.E.) online

Attain technical and business expertise needed to meet the increased industry demand for highly skilled professionals.

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ECE Speaker Series
Nano Speaker Series
Faculty Openings
INDUSTRY ADVISORY BOARD

The ECE Industry Advisory Board brings together leaders in industry, government and academia with UH ECE faculty and students in order to enhance the overall academic and research experience of UH ECE students and to aid the ECE Department in achieving its mission to educate the next-generation of global, world-class engineers.

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Makerspace

The Makerspace offers a unique opportunity for students to collaborate, create, and learn, providing tools and support for anyone working on projects, making objects, or building electronic devices.

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Electrical & Computer Engineering Courses
Graduate Research Conference
Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers
UH Solar panel Array

UH ECE students will be using this solar panel for educational and research purposes.
(The Solar Array at UH was donated by the Green Mountain Energy Company.)

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