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Technology Will Allow Drones to Respond Fluidly to Changes in the Environment It’s a long-held notion, proven in fact, that robots are the perfect instrument to free humans from jobs that are dull, dirty and dangerous – the “3 Ds…
Becker's research could unleash the Power of Intelligent Drone Swarms
Fellowship to Support Studies in Computational and Applied Mathematics Damon Spencer, a University of Houston May graduate receiving dual degrees in mathematics and computer engineering, has earned a National Science Foundation…
Computer Engineering grad Earns NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
The Engineering Alumni Association and the Cullen College of Engineering will celebrate five distinguished award winners at the 2023 Engineering Alumni Awards Gala. This year's event will be held Thursday, June 8 in the Magnolia…
EAA honoring five at 2023 Awards Gala
The Cullen College of Engineering recognized 15 members of the faculty, staff and students at its 2022-23 Faculty and Staff Excellence Awards, held during the Faculty-Staff Meeting on May 2. A full photo gallery can be found on…
Cullen honors 15 at 2022-23 Faculty and Staff Excellence Awards
Professor Xingpeng Li Recognized as ‘Emerging Leader’ for Contributions to Offshore Power Systems and Security University of Houston energy experts will be front and center at the 2023 Offshore Technology Conference on May 1–4.…
UH Energy Experts to Share Insight and Knowledge at OTC 2023
The University of Houston's Cullen College of Engineering has improved two spots, to 69th overall of U.S. Engineering schools, in the latest yearly rankings by the U.S. News & World Report. Excluding private colleges and…
Cullen improves marks in latest U.S. News Grad School rankings
The Cullen College of Engineering offers its congratulations to the 16 students who have been named Outstanding Juniors and Seniors for the 2022-23 academic year. Students are nominated by professors, with one junior and one…
Cullen recognizes 16 Outstanding Juniors and Seniors for 2022-23
Xingpeng Li, an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Houston’s Cullen College of Engineering, has been named an Emerging Leader by the 2023 Offshore Technology…
ECE's Li Named ‘Emerging Leader’ by Offshore Technology Conference
The University of Houston's Engineering Alumni Association honored 42 different students with more than $21,000 in scholarships at the 2023 Engineer's Week Program, hosted in February Daniel Herrera, an Electrical Engineering…
More than 40 students honored at EAA celebration
The University of Houston’s Center for Public History is playing a key role in a new interdisciplinary research project that aims to uncover the untold stories behind the North American power grid. Funded by the Alfred P. Sloan…
UH Historians team up with engineers to understand the future of the power grid
University of Houston researchers are developing a program to teach small-scale, underserved and limited resources (SULR) farmers how to improve their crop production by reducing greenhouse gas emissions and increasing carbon…
Researchers Study How Underserved Farmers Can Improve Crop, Impact Climate Change
Despite the remarkable progress in artificial intelligence (AI), several studies show that AI systems do not improve radiologists' diagnostic performance. In fact, diagnostic errors influence 40,000 to 80,000 deaths annually in U…
ECE's Hien Van Nguyen developing AI with a human touch
Nearly 60 UH Professors and Instructors Recognized During Pinning Ceremony  Each day, University of Houston faculty prepare students for the road ahead. That journey may lead to careers or graduate school. No matter the…
Cullen Faculty Complete Effective College Instruction Certificates
Lithium-ion batteries have transformed everyday lives – almost everyone has a smartphone, more electric vehicles can be spotted on the roads, and they keep power generators going during emergencies. As more portable electronic…
UH Team Develops Novel Microscope To Design Better High-Performance Batteries
Harish Krishnamoorthy, assistant professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Houston, has been selected by the Gulf Research Program (GRP) of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine…
Krishnamoorthy Developing New Technologies to Improve Safety, Resiliency of Offshore Energy Systems
Lithium-ion batteries, which today power everything from the smartphones we carry in our pockets to the electric vehicles we drive, are projected to capture 80 percent of the rechargeable battery market in the coming years. There…
ECE Researchers Charging the Future with Modern Aqueous Batteries
The National Academy of Inventors (NAI) announced today the induction of 169 distinguished inventors to be NAI Fellows, which includes Hao Huang, a Distinguished Adjunct Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the…
ECE's Huang among NAI 2022 Class of Fellows
Stanko R. Brankovic, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Cullen College of Engineering, has received a $300,000 grant to continue his research into creating a new magnetic alloys with superior properties for…
ECE's Brankovic earns $300k grant for ferromagnetic alloy research
Four University of Houston scientists have been recognized among the world’s elite researchers for the significant and broad influence of their scientific work. The annual Clarivate list of Highly Cited Researchers includes…
Four UH Researchers Named Most Cited in the World
A pair of professors from the Cullen College of Engineering are partnering with a colleague from Howard University to spur clean energy development via the use electromagnetic energy assisted hydrogen generation from fossil fuels…
ECE's Chen, Shan part of new research on converting methane to hydrogen