(April 22, 2020) – Congratulations to UTSA COE’s Eugene John and Xiaodu Wang, who each received a University Excellence Award! Dr. John was honored in the University Service Category for Tenure Track Faculty, while Dr. Wang was recognized in the Research Achievement Category: STEM Tenured. The virtual ceremony was held April 21. From the program,
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Dr. Ruting Jia is an ECE Alumna that got her Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering in 2012. She is currently an Associate Professor in the ECE Department at California State University, Northridge. Dr. Jia recently received the Outstanding Achievement Merit Award from the Engineers Council at the 65th Annual Honors and Awards Banquet on February
ECE is facilitating some networking strategies between former ECE Alum and our future EE and CpE engineers with events such as “Meet ECE Alum!”. This month we invited Mr. Keith Delahoussaye, he got his BS in Electrical Engineering in 2012 and his MS in Advanced Materials in 2014. Currently, Mr. Delahoussaye is a Patent Examiner
FEBRUARY 6, 2020 — The UTSA College of Engineering welcomes new faculty Mario Flores and Karina Vielma for the spring 2020 semester. Flores joins the college as an assistant professor and is the first joint appointment between the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Department of Biomedical and Chemical Engineering. Flores has a strong record of research accomplishments
Our faculty member, Dr. Mo Jamshidi was recently honored by IEEE in the latest issue of their magazine IEEE Xplore. We like to encourage our students to learn more about Dr. Jamshidi’s research journey, accomplishments, and professional career.  Congratulations Dr. Jamshidi for this well-deserved recognition! _______ Prof. Mo Jamshidi is a globally renowned leader not
JANUARY 23, 2020 — Data shows that 82% of the U.S. population lives in urban areas, and it is projected that the percentage will increase to 90% by 2050. The size of the populations in urban centers is creating demands that overwhelm the capacity of infrastructures, particularly in times of distress.  Researchers at UTSA are working
Congratulations to our student Dr. Stacy Alexander for this fantastic accomplishment and your participation in the innovative initiative with the National Science Foundation! Also, we would like to congratulate Dr. Guenevere Chen for her support and guidance to our students, which plays a crucial role in prestigious accomplishments such as this one. Broadening participation in
Listen to the interview that our faculty member Dr. Brian Kelley participated regarding the challenges and opportunities  for the 5G integration in San Antonio.  We encourage all our students to listen to this interesting interview and be up-to-date on these upcoming improvements that will help our city to enter the new generation of wireless technology.