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CULLEN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering

Electrical and Computer Engineering

PHOTOS: IEEE Annual Chili Cook-Off

On March 10, Cullen College students, alumni and corporate sponsors brought their culinary chops to the table for the annual IEEE Chili Cook-Off.

While teams of engineers competed for the title of best recipe, students had the opportunity to network with industry representatives and learn about engineering student organizations.

Technology Company Brings Innovation Legacy to ECE Students

Since 1933, Omron Global has provided products and services critical to improving the lives and supporting the safety and health of people around the world. Omron’s innovative products and technologies range from automated traffic signals and the first digital thermometer to the first smartphone facial recognition technology.

‘Your Brain on Art’ Musical Performance Set at UH

How does music affect our brains? The latest in a series of collaborations designed to learn what happens in the brain as people create, perform and contemplate art will take place at noon Tuesday, March 1, at the University of Houston’s student center.

Saxophonists Woody Witt and Dan Gelok, both faculty members at the UH Moores School of Music, and drummer Guillermo “Memo” Reza will perform while researchers record their brain activity.

ECE Professor Wins Grant for Thin Film Cracking Research

Although almost invisible to the naked eye, thin film coatings are used in millions of products that many people use in their daily lives. Found in everything from smartphone touchscreen displays to implantable medical devices, surface coatings add value to products by making them last longer and perform better.

UH Engineer Joins Project to Transform Energy Storage

An engineer from the UH Cullen College of Engineering will lead development of a key component for a new, all solid-state sodium battery with the potential to revolutionize the nation’s electric grid.

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