SLA 2024

2024 WNCG Student Leadership Award

May 16, 2024
Two WNCG graduate students were presented with the annual Student Leadership Award

2024 WNCG Student Spotlight

May 16, 2024
WNCG & 6G@UT Graduates and Summer Interns
6G@UT Forum

6G@UT Hosts Third-Annual Forum

May 14, 2024
Third installment of 6G@UT Forum hosted on UT Austin Campus

Two Texas ECE Students Awarded NASA Graduate Fellowships

May 14, 2024
Ian Anderson and Will Doyle of the Chandra Family Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering have been selected as recipients of 2024 NASA Space Technology Graduate Research Opportunities (NSTGRO).

Two Texas ECE Faculty Receive Google Research Scholar Awards

May 6, 2024
Profs. Linran Fan and Aryan Mokhtari have been named recipients of 2024 Google Research Scholar Program Awards.

Joshua Campbell Receives NDSEG Fellowship

May 6, 2024
Texas ECE PhD student Joshua Campbell has been selected to receive a National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship (NDSEG) from the Department of Defense.

WNCG & 6G@UT Faculty Receive Awards & Endowments

April 25, 2024
Seven WNCG and 6G@UT faculty members received awards or endowments in the 23-24 academic year
Jose Millan

Universal Brain-Computer Interface Lets People Play Games With Just Their Thoughts

April 3, 2024
This is not a video game fantasy, but a real program that engineers at The University of Texas at Austin have created as part of research into brain-computer interfaces to help improve the lives of people with motor disabilities. More importantly, the researchers incorporated machine learning capabilities with their brain-computer interface, making it a one-size-fits-all solution.
Edison Thomaz

Scientists to Study Real-World Eating Behaviors Using Wearable Sensors and AI

March 19, 2024
The four-year, $2.4 million grant from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, supports the researchers’ plan to develop a system to detect detailed information on eating motions, potentially every bite and chew.

New Texas Center Will Create Generative AI Computing Cluster Among Largest of Its Kind

Jan. 25, 2024
UT is launching the Center for Generative AI, powered by a new GPU computing cluster, among the largest in academia. The cluster will comprise 600 NVIDIA H100s GPUs — short for graphics processing units, specialized devices to enable rapid mathematical computations, making them ideal for training AI models.