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Research Areas


Pulsed Power and Power Electronics (P3E)

The Center for Pulsed Power and Power Electronics (P3E) has three primary research areas:High Voltage Plasmas, Pulsed Power, and Power Electronics with applications ranging from pulsed electric field, PEF, treatment of agricultural product to high power microwaves, HPM.

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Computer Vision and Image/Signal Analysis

Computer Vision and Image/Signal Analysis is an area advancing computational technologies to extract or recover meaningful information from various data sets with unwanted noises.

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Nanophotonics and Nanotechnology

Nanophotonics research explores fundamental science in optics and their light-matter interactions at the nanoscale, and it develops various small-scale photonic devices. Nanotechnology is providing the required fabrication and measurement technologies for developing such nanoscale photonic and electronic components.

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Microelectronics and MEMS

Microelectronics and MEMS research investigates semiconductor materials, integrated circuits, energy-efficient solar cells, light-emitting diodes (LEDs), sensor systems, micro-actuators, and RF systems.

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Department News


Texas Tech Awarded more than $3 Million from the Department of Energy

The grant is part of a $42 million push from the DOE to improve the reliability and resiliency of America's power grid.

Why Semiconductors Matter

You may be surprised to learn how much is happening at Texas Tech.

Tech Alumna, Dr. Prabhakar Talks About Life In The White House.


Arati Prabhakar, Ph.D., is Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) and Assistant to the President for Science and Technology.

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What kind of jobs can I get?

Electrical Engineering

Students in our program go on to get jobs such as:

• Biomedical Engineer

• Electrical Devices Engineer

• Embedded Systems Engineer

• Power Engineer

• Quality Engineer

• Solid State Devices & Semiconductor Devices Engineer

• Telecommunications & Networks Engineer

Computer Engineering

Students in our program go on to get jobs such as:

• Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning Engineer

• Biomedical Engineer

• Computational Modeling Engineer

• Computer Design Engineer

• Digital & Image Procesing Engineer

• Embedded Systems Engineer

• Telecommunications & Networks Engineer




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