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2020 Department Magazine

This issue features research and student success over the last year.

ECEN 2020 Magazine

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The department offers degrees from two disciplines: Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering.

Our distance learning programs offer the same level of education as our highly reputed on-campus programs.

The department of electrical and computer engineering offers research opportunities in a variety of areas.

Recent News

With the ultimate goal to suppress hunger, avoid overconsumption and treat obesity, researchers have designed a device that stimulates the endings of the vagus nerve, which is responsible for the regulation of food intake, among other functions.

After creating a cross-domain, open-access data hub, Dr. Le Xie, his team and collaborators discovered the stark impact human mobility has had on the United States’ electricity markets during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Researchers at Texas A&M University have invented a high-throughput cell separation method that can be used in conjunction with droplet microfluidics. This technology facilitates more efficient screening assays for unraveling how pathogenic microbes interact with host cells that can eventually lead to new therapeutics.


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1,291 enrolled undergraduate students
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