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Facilities & Equipment
UNT's Electrical Engineering labs offer a wide variety of research opportunities and experiences for all of our students.
Institutional labs can be used by any student, with or without faculty supervision, for any projects. As the name suggests, these often double as classrooms.
Research labs are under the direct supervision of a faculty member and usually dedicated to a single research area. They often contain specialized equipment appropriate for study of the research area.
Finding your Research Niche
Both graduate and undergraduate students can work with the following faculty research groups.
Faculty research areas give students the chance to work closely with professors and other students in a variety of projects centered around important engineering subjects.
If you're interested in participating in research in the Electrical Engineering department, it's as easy as knocking on a faculty member's door and asking what opportunities are available.
Communications, Signal Processing & Networking focuses on design and development of advanced communication techniques to provide efficient information transmission over wired and wireless networks.
Systems & Control investigates state of the art research problems in robotics, power systems, and cooperative decentralized systems.
Electronic Circuits & Systems works on a wide variety of fundamental and applied problems in circuits and systems as well as their applications in communications, networking, geolocation, and vision processing.