UT Tyler

UT Tyler Department of Electrical Engineering

Faculty Research

Research 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. The Electrical Engineering faculty has diverse research interests and experiences, which creates a unique learning environment for students. 

Dr. David M. Beams

  • Wireless Power Transfer
  • Implantable and Wearable Electronics
  • Engineering Education

Dr. Hassan El-Kishky

  • Aircraft Electric Power Systems
  • Condition-Monitoring, Control and Protection of Modern Power Systems
  • High Voltage Engineering and Electrical Insulation Systems

Dr. Premananda Indic

  • System for the Prediction of Life Threatening Events in Preterm Infants
  • System for the Prediction of Suicidal Ideation in Individuals with Major Depression
  • System for the Prediction of Cravings in Individuals with Addiction

Dr. Ron J. Pieper

  • Flexible Electronics
  • Memristors
  • Chaos

Dr. Melvin Robinson

  • Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition
  • Image and Signal Processing
  • MRI Image Reconstruction
  • Speech Recognition

Dr. Mukul V. Shirvaikar

  • Medical Image Analysis (NIH grant)
  • Real Time Embedded Systems (Private Industry grant)
  • Image and Signal Processing (Texas Instruments grant)
  • Engineering Education (Texas Workforce Commision, SPEA grants)