The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers graduate study in the specialized fields of applied electromagnetics and antennas, biomedical engineering, computers, control systems, electron beams, high-temperature superconductivity devices, neural networks, neuro-engineering, pattern recognition, power systems, robotics, seismic exploration, signal image processing, solid-state microelectronics, and well logging.
The department has extensive research facilities for work in antenna measurements, biomedical engineering, digital systems, electron beam lithography, micro-electronics fabrication, microwaves,neuro-engineering, power systems, well logging applications, and other areas.
Materials Engineering Program
The Materials Engineering Program at the University of Houston is an interdisciplinary program with faculty from Mechanical, Chemical and Electrical Engineering Departments. In addition, significant collaboration occurs with the materials faculty in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. The principal objectives of the materials engineering program may be summarized as follows: to study the mechanical, optical, electrical and electronic behavior of engineering and engineered materials used in all engineering applications. The specific areas covered by this program range from metallic alloys, polymers, ceramics and composites for advanced mechanical/aerospace engineering applications to thin films and coatings for electronics and superconducting ceramics for energy-related applications.
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