University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering


ECEDHA Newsletter Names ECE Chair as Editor


Ashley Schwartz
Badri Roysam

Badri Roysam, chair of the department of electrical and computer engineering, has been named of editor of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Heads Association’s (ECEDHA) monthly newsletter, ECE Source.

The ECEDHA is composed of heads or chairs of departments offering accredited programs in electrical and/or computer engineering. The goal of the organization is to advance the field by facilitating collaboration between leaders in industry, academia, government and others.

ECE Source allows its members to stay up to date on the latest ECE news, advancements, events and other critical information.

“Being named editor of this newsletter is a wonderful opportunity for the department to engage with others in the field,” said Roysam. “This will allow us to stay abreast in current news and breakthroughs of the ECE community.”

The most recent newsletter includes articles discussing the future of electrical and computer engineering in a post- Moore’s Law era, as well as an interview with a leading industry executive.

You may view the latest newsletter here.



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