About the Department
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.
|Beeson Wins 2013 IEEE NPSS Graduate Scholarship Award|
Sterling Beeson, a doctoral student, has received the 2013 IEEE NPSS Graduate Scholarship Award. This award is presented annually to up to four graduate students worldwide that show outstanding contributions to the field of nuclear and plasma sciences.
|Gu Wins Chinese Government Award, Horn Professor Graduate Achievement Award|
Changzhan Gu, a doctoral student, has been granted the 2012 Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-Financed Students Abroad. He received $6,000 plus travel support to receive the award.
Gu has also been named a recipient of the Horn Professors Graduate Achievement Award. This award recognizes and rewards outstanding research or creative activity performed by graduate students while at Texas Tech University.
|Liles Wins Second Place in IEEE Paper Competition|
Jeff Liles, won second place at the IEEE Region 5 Student Paper Competition held in Denver, Colo. in April for his paper titled "Creating a Logic Analyzer from a Field Programmable Gate Array Development Board."
|Stephens Wins 2013 IEEE Arthur H. Guenther Pulsed Power Student Award|
Jacob Stephens, a doctoral student, is the recipient of the 2013 IEEE Arthur H. Guenther Pulsed Power Student Award. He will receive a monetary prize of $1,000.