About the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
The Texas Tech Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering has earned national and international recognition in several areas, with undergraduate curriculum encompassing electrical engineering and computer engineering. Students have opportunities for course work and research experience leading to masters and doctoral degrees in electrical engineering. The Electrical and Computer Engineering Building houses excellent laboratories, classrooms, and computer facilities for teaching and research.
According to Academic Analytics the ECE department is nationally ranked as follows:
• #26 in Dollars per Grant, 87 percentile in the discipline • #48 in Articles per faculty member, 75 percentile in the discipline • #55 in Citations per faculty member, 71 percentile in the discipline • #55 in Grant Dollars per faculty member, 71 percentile in the discipline • #54 overall national ranking in EE, 72 percentile in the discipline • #52 overall national ranking in CMPE, 69 percentile in the discipline
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Fellowships and Scholarships
Researchers Find Alternative for Nuclear Weapon DetectionECE researchers have demonstrated a cost-effective alternative for inspecting cargo containers entering U.S. ports.
One of the most critical issues the United States faces today is preventing terrorists from smuggling nuclear weapons into its ports. To this end, the U.S. Security and Accountability for Every Port Act mandates all overseas cargo containers be scanned for possible nuclear materials or weapons. Read more »