Research

Faculty Research

Faculty Research

Miguel F. Acevedo, Ph.D., Regent Professor.

Research Areas: Sensors and real-time environmental monitoring, Ecological and environmental modeling, Biocomplexity, agent-based coupled human-natural models, Hydroelectric energy, Agent-based coupled human-natural models, Urban systems, complex models of land use change.

Graduate Research Opportunities

As you study for your Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering at UNT, you'll have a wide variety of research opportunities.

Students can engage in state-of-the-art collaborative research with faculty from EE and other departments. And we offer graduate classes in late afternoons to enable working engineers to pursue graduate study.

Courses and research areas include:

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Dynamic Futures

Applying hands-on research, engaging faculty & exceptional facilities to provide you with the best education possible.

E.E.’s mission is to promote partnerships between students, faculty & industry to

power UNT’s aspiring engineers into their future careers.

Exciting Opportunities

You'll have opportunities at UNT to conduct research, give presentations and publish articles in academic journals.

Collaborating with faculty and graduate students, undergraduate researchers work with advanced equipment in our new facilities at Discovery Park.

Undergraduate students have excellent opportunities to receive scholarships, assistantships and industrial internships.

Research Publications

Research Publications

[1] Murali R. Varanasi, Oscar N. Garcia, Parthasarathy Guturu, Hai Deng, Xinrong Li, and Shengli Fu, "Work In Progress: An Innovative Electrical Engineering Program Integrating Project-oriented and Lifelong Learning Pedagogies,"  Proceedings of  the 2006 ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, San Diego, California, USA, Oct. 28-31, 2006.

Graduate Information

Opportunities for Graduate Studies

As you study for your Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering at UNT, you'll have a wide variety of research opportunities.

Courses and research areas include:

Research Laboratories

Research Laboratories

UNT's Electrical Engineering department has excellent state-of-the-art instructional and research laboratories and software to provide practical and advanced hands-on experiences for students. Some laboratories and instrumentation from other departments are also available to our students for interdisciplinary work.

Research Equipment

Research Equipment

E.E. at UNT works to maintain a competitive level of technical facilities & equipment.

We provide students with a working knowledge of the tools required to excel in the field of electrical engineering. The equipment you use to study at UNT is often the same equipment used by professional engineers around the world.

Rohde & Schwarz: ZVB-20 4-Port Vector Network Analyzer,10 MHz to 20 GHz

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Signal Processing Research Group (SPRG)

Summary

Signal Processing Research Group (SPRG) at the University of North Texas is an interdisciplinary research group engaged in research and education in signal processing. Faculty and students of the group are working on a wide variety of fundamental and applied problems in signal processing theories and systems as well as their applications in communications, networking, geolocation, imagewq and vision processing.

RF/Microwave and Antenna Design

Summary

RF/Microwaves, and Antennas group at the University of North Texas will conduct research in the areas of RF/microwave/millimeter-wave circuit and antenna design. Applications include wireless communication systems, satellite/space systems, and military systems. Designed circuit components will be implemented either on the board-level or on the chip-level. And we have good facilities for simulation, fabrication, and measurement of these circuits.

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