Jeffrey Rimer, Abraham E. Dukler Professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering at the University of Houston, has summarized methods of making zeolites in the lab and examined how the emergence of data analytics and machine learning are aiding zeolite design. Building the Best Zeolite
August 11, 2022
Review Concludes Big Data Rocks, Pushing Formation of Crystals Forward If science and nature were to have a baby, it would surely be the zeolite. This special rock, with its… Read More
Marsha Kowal and Jennifer Luna Singh. Singh, Kowal promoted to new roles at Cullen College of Engineering
August 11, 2022
The following message is from Joseph W. Tedesco, Ph.D., P.E., F. ASCE, the Elizabeth D. Rockwell Dean of the Cullen College of Engineering. Dear Cullen College Faculty and Staff,… Read More
María Patricia Echeverry earned her master's degree from the Industrial Engineering Department of the Cullen College of Engineering, en route to a successful career as executive vice president at Gulf Coast Distillers. She is now serving on the Industry Advisory Board for the department. [Photo courtesy Gulf Coast Distillers.] IE Alum Echeverry latest member of Industry Advisory Board
August 8, 2022
In a way, María Patricia Echeverry serving on the Industrial Engineering Department's Industry Advisory Board is a “full circle” moment for the UH graduate – from an undergrad… Read More
 Pranav Parikh (left) and Jose Luis Contreras-Vidal (right). UH Professors awarded $768K NIH grant to develop extensive neuromotor training
August 8, 2022
The UH College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Department of Health and Human Performance Associate Professor Pranav J. Parikh and Cullen College of Engineering Professor Jose… Read More
Alamgir Karim. Complex Coacervate Droplets as a Model Material for Studying the Electrodynamic Response and Manipulation of Biological Materials
August 4, 2022
Manipulating solid particles of a few micrometers in size using an electric field has been of great interest to physicists. These controllable particles can be assembled into… Read More
The third place team from the Cullen College of Engineering that competed at the Third Annual Battle of the Classes, an entrepreneurship contest held by the Cyvia and Melvyn Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship at the Bauer College of Business. Cullen students take third at Battle of the Classes
August 4, 2022
A group of Cullen College of Engineering students has taken home a third place finish in the Third Annual Battle of the Classes, an entrepreneurship contest held by the Cyvia and… Read More
In photos above, the performance of LiveWire at the Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts in Virginia, courtesy Lynn Lane. The performance, which deployed UH engineering Professor Jose Luis Contreras-Vidal's mobile brain-body imaging technology to listen, map and record the dancer’s brain activity, premiered in Houston. Investing in Brain Research and Neuroengineering
August 3, 2022
NSF, Industry Partners Fund Phase 2 of BRAIN Center at the University of Houston, NIH Funds Workforce Grant On any given day inside the BRAIN Center at the University of Houston,… Read More
Yashashree Kulkarni, Bill D. Cook Professor of Mechanical Engineering. Two Engineering professors honored as ASME Fellows
July 28, 2022
Two professors from the Cullen College of Engineering have been honored with election to the Fellow grade of membership for the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). … Read More
Long Chang, a Research Associate Professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the Cullen College of Engineering and expert at the UH nanofabrication facility, answered the call when NASA was looking for a way to honor the thousands of people contributing to the Artemis I mission. Names of Artemis I Team Members Headed to Space on Microchips Made at University of Houston
July 27, 2022
Mission: Microchips On July 20th, 53 years after Neil Armstrong took one small step for man and one giant leap for mankind, NASA announced target launch dates for the Artemis I… Read More
Mina Moradnia, a UH doctoral candidate, is a lead author for a new research paper from the group of Jae-Hyun Ryou, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering. Crystal Growth & Design picks Ryou research group work for cover
July 27, 2022
A paper from the research group of Jae-Hyun Ryou, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, was chosen for the cover of Crystal Growth & Design earlier this year. “… Read More