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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
David Luo, a 2019 graduate of the Industrial Engineering program at the Cullen College of Engineering, is now thriving in a position at the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. Location, opportunity allow IE grad Luo to thrive
July 26, 2022
For David Luo, it was the combination of location, finances and a faster-paced curriculum that challenged him, which drew him to the University of Houston's Cullen College of… Read More
Zhifeng Ren and Jiming Bao, principal investigators at the Texas Center for Superconductivity at UH, have for the first time experimentally discovered that a cubic boron arsenide crystal offers high carrier mobility for both electrons and holes, suggesting a major advance for next-generation electronics. Researchers Report Major Advance in Semiconductor Materials
July 21, 2022
High Carrier Mobility in Cubic Boron Arsenide Offers Promise for Next-Gen Electronics Researchers have for the first time experimentally discovered that a cubic boron arsenide… Read More
The most coveted prize in the field of international energy – the Global Energy Prize bestowed by the Global Energy Association – has been awarded to University of Houston Distinguished Professor of Engineering Kaushik Rajashekara. Rajashekara Named Global Energy Prize Laureate
July 20, 2022
UH Engineering Professor Kaushik Rajashekara, Fueled by Unrelenting Will to Achieve, is One of Three Recipients This Year "Professor Rajashekara does not see limits, only… Read More
The Cullen College of Engineering is happy to announce that the following eight members of the faculty have been promoted for the 2022-23 academic year. Cullen announces 8 promotions for Fall 2022
July 14, 2022
The Cullen College of Engineering is happy to announce that the following eight members of the faculty have been promoted for the 2022-23 academic year. All promotions take… Read More
Jinsook Roh will be using a Harmony exoskeleton for research in her REIGN lab. UH Purchases Harmony Upper Body Exoskeleton for Stroke Rehab Research
July 13, 2022
AUSTIN, TX –– Harmonic Bionics, the robotics company for augmenting human movement, announced on July 12 that the University of Houston has purchased and received a Harmony SHR™… Read More
Inez Hutchinson [right], communications manager for the Communications Department of the Cullen College of Engineering, accepts one of the two gold Excalibur awards the department won from Felicia Perez, Houston chapter president of the Public Relations Society of America. Communications wins two gold Excalibur awards
July 1, 2022
A pair of items from the Communications Team at the Cullen College of Engineering have been recognized with gold from the Houston chapter of the Public Relations Society of… Read More
Pietro Milillo, Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, has received a $675,000 grant from NASA to work on flood risk assessment with the University of California, Irvine. NASA grant supports UH, UCI project to assess flood risks using radar technologies
June 30, 2022
With a $675,000 grant from NASA, researchers at the University of Houston's Cullen College of Engineering and the University of California, Irvine are launching a new flood risk… Read More
The inventor of a brain-controlled robotic arm, Cullen College of Engineering professor Jose Luis Contreras-Vidal congratulates Oswald Reedus, a 66-year-old stroke patient, on a job well done. Brain-Controlled Exoskeleton Developed by BME in Clinical Trials
June 29, 2022
When 66-year-old Oswald Reedus had a stroke in 2014, he became one of 795,000 people in the United States who annually suffer the same fate. This year he also became the first… Read More