Research

Leading Tier 1 research in health, energy, computing, power, education, infrastructure and more.

55
Centers, Institutes and Industry Consortiums
$34M+
in Research Expenditures
30+
Active Laboratories

Student Research

The University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering offers a wide range of advanced, industry-relevant research opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students. All undergraduate and graduate students at the Cullen College are strongly encouraged to get hands-on research experience in one of the many faculty research groups, labs or centers on campus while they are pursuing their degrees.

Addressing Our Society's Most Pressing Challenges

Manufacturing for Tomorrow
Mitigating Natural Disasters
Mitigating Natural Disasters
Innovating in Resilient Infrastructure
Innovating in Resilient Infrastructure
Ensuring Access to Clean Water
Ensuring Access to Clean Water
Creating Sustainable, Resilient and Smart Cities
Creating Sustainable, Resilient and Smart Cities
Working Towards Healthier Communities
Working Towards Healthier Communities
MEET THE FACULTY The Cullen College boasts an exceptionally talented, highly skilled, world-renowned team of faculty, many of whom are members of the National Academy of Engineering, the National Academy of Inventors, and National Science Foundation CAREER awardees, among others.
Centers & Institutes

Centers & Institutes

Engineering faculty lead College Research and Academic Centers and are active members and leaders of other College Centers and University Level Centers and Institutes (ULCIs).

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Facilities

Facilities

Facilities within the Cullen College offer external testing and capabilities to research groups, government agencies and other entities interested in advancing technology and discovery.

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Consortia

Consortia

Industry-relevant consortia at the college help drive solutions for the world's most pressing issues.

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Contact Us

Contact us today to sponsor research, engage with our faculty and students in research, tour our facilities, or form a research partnership.