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Chemicals Giant INEOS To Visit With UH Engineering Students
The UH chapter of Tau Beta Pi – Texas Epsilon (TBP) is hosting an information session with representatives of INEOS, Europe’s largest petrochemical...
At the University of Houston, the Tau Beta Pi -Texas Epsilon Chapter (TX-E) was established in 1962.

The UH chapter of Tau Beta Pi – Texas Epsilon (TBP) is hosting an information session with representatives of INEOS, Europe’s largest petrochemical company, on Wednesday, February 27, in the Science and Research Building 1 on campus. The presenters will be Bob Sokol, chief financial officer of INEOS Oligomers and Oxide, and Fred Rulander, chief operating officer of INEOS Oxide North America.

Cullen College Love Connection
Students come from all over Houston and the world to pursue their dreams and build their careers at the UH Cullen College of Engineering. They find...
UH Cullen College's Suresh Khator with his valentine, UH President Renu Khator

Students come from all over Houston and the world to pursue their dreams and build their careers at the UH Cullen College of Engineering. They find much more – mentors, lifelong friends and, sometimes, the love of their life.

Photos: UH Engineering Welcomes Over 100 Companies to Recruit Engineering Students
On Thursday, February 7th, nearly 1,400 UH engineering students flocked to the UH Hilton to interview and meet with representatives from 110 of...

On Thursday, February 7th, nearly 1,400 UH engineering students flocked to the UH Hilton to interview and meet with representatives from 110 of Houston’s leading companies at the spring 2019 Engineering Career Fair.

Two UH Scientists Named to National Academy of Inventors
Cullen College of Engineering's Wei-Chuan Shih Elected to First Class of NAI Senior Members   Two researchers with the University of Houston have...
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Cullen College of Engineering's Wei-Chuan Shih Elected to First Class of NAI Senior Members

 

Two researchers with the University of Houston have been named senior members of the National Academy of Inventors in recognition of their contributions to scientific and technological innovation.

Cullen College Junior Wins Student Leadership Award for the 2019 BEYA STEM Conference
Joshua Frenchwood, an electrical engineering junior at the UH Cullen College of Engineering, won a Student Leadership Award from the Career...
Joshua Frenchwood, an electrical engineering junior at the UH Cullen College of Engineering, wins a 2019 BEYA Student Leadership Award.

Joshua Frenchwood, an electrical engineering junior at the UH Cullen College of Engineering, won a Student Leadership Award from the Career Communications Group Inc. and the Black Engineer of the Year Awards (BEYA) Conference.

He will be recognized at the Student Leadership Awards Dinner at the 2019 BEYA STEM Conference in Washington, D.C. in February.

Frequent-Flying UH Professor Helps Dogs Detect Explosives
TSA Seeking Volunteers to Test Bomb-Sniffing Dogs at Hobby   UH Cullen College of Engineering professor Stuart Long, a frequent flyer and dog lover...
Stuart Long, UH professor of electrical and computer engineering, with a TSA handler and his passenger-screening canine.

TSA Seeking Volunteers to Test Bomb-Sniffing Dogs at Hobby

 

UH Cullen College of Engineering professor Stuart Long, a frequent flyer and dog lover, has found the perfect way to give back – helping to put bomb-sniffing dogs through their paces at airports.

Your Brain on Wine and on Stage: Experts Look at the Neuroscience
Wine has been around for millennia. Now engineers and wine experts at the University of Houston are teaming up to better understand how aroma, taste...
A brain-skull cap is a non-invasive way to collect data on brain activity.

Wine has been around for millennia. Now engineers and wine experts at the University of Houston are teaming up to better understand how aroma, taste, color and other factors contribute to the experience of drinking wine.

Researchers will collect data on brain waves, motion and galvanic responses as wine experts from the UH Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management conduct a wine tasting at 2 p.m. Friday, Jan. 18, at the Hilton University of Houston.

UH Research on Machine Learning Algorithms for Medical Diagnosis Featured on CCC’s “Great Innovative Ideas” Series
The Computing Community Consortium (CCC) of the Computing Research Association recently highlighted research conducted by Hien Van Nguyen – assistant...
Hien Van Nguyen, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at the UH Cullen College of Engineering

The Computing Community Consortium (CCC) of the Computing Research Association recently highlighted research conducted by Hien Van Nguyen – assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at the UH Cullen College of Engineering and director of the Houston Ubiquitous Learning Algorithms (HULA) Research Lab — in its “Gre

Two UH Cullen College Engineers Among Most Cited Researchers in the World
Two Cullen College of Engineering professors at the University of Houston – Zhu Han, John and Rebecca Moores professor of electrical and computer...
Zhu Han, John and Rebecca Moores professor of electrical and computer engineering at the UH Cullen College of Engineering.

Two Cullen College of Engineering professors at the University of Houston – Zhu Han, John and Rebecca Moores professor of electrical and computer engineering, with expertise in the field of computer science; and Yan Yao, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering and a principal investigator at the Texas Center for Superconductivity – are on a list of researchers whose work has been most often cited by colleagues in their resp

Lean Electrolyte Design is a Game-Changer for Magnesium Batteries
Chloride-Free Electrolyte and Organic Cathode Boosted Energy Density, Stability   Researchers from the University of Houston and the Toyota...
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Chloride-Free Electrolyte and Organic Cathode Boosted Energy Density, Stability

 

Researchers from the University of Houston and the Toyota Research Institute of America have discovered a promising new version of high-energy magnesium batteries, with potential applications ranging from electric vehicles to battery storage for renewable energy systems.

Photos: UH Engineering Celebrates More Than 400 Graduates at Fall 2018 Commencement
The UH Cullen College celebrated the graduation of more than 400 engineers at the fall 2018 commencement ceremony on Thursday, December 13, hosted at...

The UH Cullen College celebrated the graduation of more than 400 engineers at the fall 2018 commencement ceremony on Thursday, December 13, hosted at the NRG Arena.

The proud graduates included 253 bachelor's, 208 master’s and 30 doctoral students.

World-Renowned Brain-Machine Interface Expert Named IEEE Fellow
UH Engineer Contreras-Vidal Recognized for Research to Help Patients Regain Mobility
Jose Contreras-Vidal, a UH researcher, in discussion with a dancer for his "Brain on Art" research.

UH Engineer Contreras-Vidal Recognized for Research to Help Patients Regain Mobility

Celebrating the Mind: BRAIN Meeting to Showcase Advances in Neurotechnologies
The Building Reliable Advancements in Neurotechnology (BRAIN) Center, an Industry-University Cooperative Research Center (IUCRC) dedicated to...
The mission of the BRAIN center – led by UH Professor Jose Luis Contreras-Vidal and ASU Professor Marco Santello –  is to develop safe, effective and affordable personalized neurotechnologies.

The Building Reliable Advancements in Neurotechnology (BRAIN) Center, an Industry-University Cooperative Research Center (IUCRC) dedicated to bringing new neurotechnologies and treatments to market, is holding its third annual industry advisory board meeting Dec. 6-7, 2018 at the Hilton University of Houston, 4450 University Drive.

Podcast on Flying Cars Features National Academy of Engineering Member and UH Professor Kaushik Rajashekara
Seeking Delphi, a podcast dedicated to futurist issues, recently released episode No. 27 titled “Future of Driving Part 2, Flying Cars with Kaushik...
UH Professor Kaushik Rajashekara discusses the real possibilities of flying cars.

Seeking Delphi, a podcast dedicated to futurist issues, recently released episode No. 27 titled “Future of Driving Part 2, Flying Cars with Kaushik Rajashekara.”

“Whenever I’m in traffic, I wish I had a flying car,” Rajashekara said. Except in his case, it’s not merely wishful thinking.

Electrical & Computer Engineering Chairman Elected to AIMBE’s Elite College of Fellows
Badri Roysam recognized for his groundbreaking research   Badri Roysam, professor and department chairman of electrical and computer engineering at...
Badri Roysam, professor and department chairman of electrical and computer engineering at the UH Cullen College of Engineering

Badri Roysam recognized for his groundbreaking research

 

Badri Roysam, professor and department chairman of electrical and computer engineering at the UH Cullen College of Engineering, was recently elected to the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering’s (AIMBE) College of Fellows.
Fellows are nominated each year by their peers and represent the top 2 percent of the medical and biological engineering community.

UH Cullen College Ranked Among Top Engineering Schools for Veterans
The University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering and several of its programs are ranked among the “best of the best” institutions in the...
Cullen College of Engineering and several of its programs are ranked among the “best of the best” institutions in the country for veterans to earn degrees in the 2019 Best for Vets rankings.

The University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering and several of its programs are ranked among the “best of the best” institutions in the country for veterans to earn degrees by College Factual in its 2019 Best for Vets rankings.

Overall, the Cullen College sits in the top 10 percent of institutions for best value and most popular engineering degrees among veterans, as well as the top 15 percent of colleges with the highest paid graduates.

National Magazine Features UH Engineer’s Smartphone Tool to Detect Lead in Drinking Water
Lead poisoning has become a national concern as aging water pipes pose a threat to public health. You just have to mention Flint, Mich. for Americans...
UH professor Wei-Chuan Shih & his research team's new smartphone tool to detect lead in water made the news.

Lead poisoning has become a national concern as aging water pipes pose a threat to public health. You just have to mention Flint, Mich. for Americans to acknowledge the dangerous realities of contaminated water.

Photos: UH Engineering Hosts 6th Annual 2018 ECE Alumni Mixer
UH Cullen College’s Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) department hosted its annual alumni mixer last week at Saint Arnold Brewing Company on...

UH Cullen College’s Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) department hosted its annual alumni mixer last week at Saint Arnold Brewing Company on Thursday, November 8th. 

Distinguished Alumnus, Bilfinger Executive to be UH Cullen College Fall 2018 Commencement Speaker
Terrance “Terri” Ivers, P.E. (BSME ’80), is coming home to the UH Cullen College of Engineering as the featured speaker at its commencement on Dec....
Terrance “Terri” Ivers, P.E. (BSME ’80) is the fall 2018 UH Cullen College of Engineering commencement speaker.

Terrance “Terri” Ivers, P.E. (BSME ’80), is coming home to the UH Cullen College of Engineering as the featured speaker at its commencement on Dec. 13 at the NRG Arena. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from UH in 1980 and has remained involved in the Cullen College community throughout the course of his 37 year-long career.

Undergrads From Across the Country Work As UH Engineering Researchers Over Summer
UH Cullen College’s REU Programs Focus on Materials Science, Neurotechnologies   For 10 weeks over the summer, undergraduate students from across...
Student researcher presented their work at the 2018 UH REU Poster Session to students and faculty

UH Cullen College’s REU Programs Focus on Materials Science, Neurotechnologies

 

For 10 weeks over the summer, undergraduate students from across the U.S. became bonafide engineering researchers, working alongside some of UH Cullen College’s brightest minds to solve some of the world’s most pressing technical challenges with science and ingenuity.

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