UT Tyler College of Engineering
Faculty ResearchResearch opportunities are available for undergraduates as well as graduate students. Current engineering research funding includes grants from several sources. Other research is supported by private industry and the college.
Dr. David M. Beams
Medical electronic systems; power electronics; instrumentation systems; linear and nonlinear electronics; semiconductor devices.
Dr. Hassan El-Kishky
Electromagnetic fields; high voltage phenomena; lightning; numerical methods; neural networks modeling and application.
Dr. Ron J. Pieper
Semiconductor device modeling; engineering optics; thermal imaging; acousto-optic diffraction; optical fibers; heat transfer in cooling fins.
Dr. Mukul Shirvaikar
Real time systems; image and signal processing; robotics and computer vision; systems-on-a-chip design; pattern recognition; neural network.
Dr. Hector Ochoa
Radar systems, digital signal processing, Doppler effect, electromagnetic waveforms.
Dr. David Hoe
Reconfigurable computing, VLSI design and testing, FPGA, bio-inspired computation, nanotechnology.