Faculty Positions in Power/Energy Systems in Electrical and Computer Engineering The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Texas, San Antonio (UTSA) invites applications for one tenure-track/tenured level position starting Fall 2022 at the Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor level in Power/Energy Systems. For additional information about the position, visit https://ceid.utsa.edu/electrical-computer/. By
Friday, 30 April 2021 / Published in Uncategorized
Alt-Bionics, founded by UTSA alumnus Ryan Saavedra, recently announced a $25,000 pre-seed investment made by Alamo Angels, a San Antonio based angel investor network. While studying electrical engineering at UTSA, Saavedra developed a bionic hand prototype for below-elbow amputees and those with congenital disorders. The original prototype was entered in the UTSA College of Engineering’s
Friday, 30 April 2021 / Published in Uncategorized
Alt-Bionics, founded by UTSA alumnus Ryan Saavedra, recently announced a $25,000 pre-seed investment made by Alamo Angels, a San Antonio based angel investor network. While studying electrical engineering at UTSA, Saavedra developed a bionic hand prototype for below-elbow amputees and those with congenital disorders. The original prototype was entered in the UTSA College of Engineering’s
Joshua Ramirez, a current Ph.D students who graduated from BSEE program in 2020 has been accorded an Honorable Mention in the 2021 National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) competition. Joshua has been working on multiple research project and has published 3 journal manuscripts while he was an undergraduate student at UTSA.
Join UTSA’s College of Engineering this Friday, April 30, for the 2021 Virtual Tech Symposium. At the event, 50 teams of Roadrunners will present their senior design projects across Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering and Civil Engineering disciplines. The Tech Symposium represents the culmination of our Roadrunners’ undergraduate studies and
Dr. Mo Jamshidi received an unexpected honor recently. The Department of the Army awarded him the Civilian Service Achievement Medal for his “exceptional service as a member of the Army Science Board”.
UTSA ECE Team was selected as one of nine finalists from more than 500 hackathon registrants for the online hackathon challenge “Mad Hacks: Fury Code” which is organized by the National Security Innovation Network (NSIN), a Department of Defense program. Team Roadrunner consists of three ECE Ph.D. students: Jorge Castillo (Team Lead), Krishna Roy, and
Congratulations to our student Anita Omo-Okhuasuyi for winning 3rd place in the 3MT Competition and winner of the People Choice Award!We are so happy and proud of this accomplishment Anita! ? ? ? ✨ Awesome Job! ✨
In the CPE4953 course, students will acquire skills in modeling AI systems inspired by neural processes and apply this knowledge to real-world cognitive tasks and much more! Hurry and sign up before it gets full!! For more information, email Dr. Dhireesha Kudithipudi at? dhireesha.kudithipudi@utsa.edu
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