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The University of Texas at Tyler
Dept of Electrical Engineering
3900 University Boulevard
Tyler, Texas 75799
Phone 903.566.7417

Degree Information:
Dr.Hassan El-Kishky
email: helkishky@uttyler.edu 
Phone: 903.565.5580

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The University of Texas at Tyler
Office of Graduate Admissions
Office: ADM 345
Phone: 903.566.7457
Fax: 903.566.7492
ogs@uttyler.edu

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Electrical Engineering MSEE

Program Information

Degree: MS

College: Engineering and Computer Science

Research Areas

Application Instructions

Test Score Required: Satisfactory GRE score. Successful candidates usually have a combined GRE score of near 300 (1000 on the old scale). International applicants must have a minimum 79 TOEFL or IELTS score of 6.5 and 6 or greater in all sub-sections.

Letters of Recommendation: Preferred

Resume/Curriculum Vitae: Yes

Admissions Essay: No

Deadlines: University deadlines apply

Possible Careers: Research Engineer, Applications Engineer, Electrical Engineer; Electrical Design Engineer; Circuits and Design Engineer; Communications and Signal Processing Engineer; Digital Systems Engineer; Systems Engineer

Salary Information: See Bureau of Labor Statistics for detailed salary information on these careers. Another great resource is the Occupational Outlook Handbook

UT Tyler Electrical Engineering Graduate Student Research

  • DESIGN OF A RADIO FREQUENCY TRACKING SYSTEM TO FIND THE LOCATION OF MULTIPLE OBJECTS USING TRIANGULATION AND SPREAD SPECTRUM TECHNOLOGY  
  • ANALYSIS OF INDUCED CURRENTS ON HIGH VELOCITY TARGET SURFACES USING THE LORENTZ TRANSFORMATION
  • COMBINING PHASED ARRAY AND HAMMING SOUND APODIZATION TECHNIQUES TO IMPROVE THE ACOUSTO-OPTIC DIFFRACTION BANDWIDTH
  • QUASI-STATIC MODELING APPROACH FOR METAL–ORGANIC SEMICONDUCTOR–METAL DEVICES
  • THE MEASUREMENT OF BONE QUALITY IN MEDICAL IMAGES USING STATISTICAL TEXTURAL FEATURES
  • OPTIMIZATION OF IMAGE PROCESSING ALGORITHMS ON MOBILE PLATFORMS
  • SMALL-SIGNAL MODELING OF POWER FACTOR CONTROLLERS   
  • THE EFFECT OF MULTIPLE ANGLES OF POLARIZATION ON THE ELECTROMAGNETIC BACKSCATTER FROM A PERFECT CYLINDRICAL ELECTRIC CONDUCTOR
  • N-CHANNEL TRANSISTOR SIMULATION BASED ON TWO-DIMENSIONAL FINITE ELEMENT DEVICE DESIGN AND DENSITY FUNCTIONAL THEORY
  • DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF WIDE BIT ADDERS FOR FPGA IMPLEMENTATION
  • MULTIUSER SIGNAL DETECTION AND TRACKING BY USING SPREAD SPECTRUM TECHNIQUES AND MATCHED FILTERS
  • COMPRESSIVE SENSING FOR SPEECH SIGNALS IN MOBILE SYSTEMS
  • THE MEASUREMENT OF BONE QUALITY IN MEDICAL IMAGES USING STATISTICAL TEXTURAL FEATURES
  • USING A MICRO-INTEGRATOR TO ELIMINATE THE NUMERICAL BUTTERFLY EFFECT IN NON-LINEAR CHAOTIC PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
  • DESIGN OF A UNIFORM CIRCULAR PHASED-ARRAY SMART ANTENNA FOR 2.4 GHZ APPLICATIONS
  • AN EVALUATION OF CMOS ADDERS FOR ROBUSTNESS AND FAULT DETECTABILITY IN NANOSCALE TECHNOLOGIES
  • A STUDY MULTIPROCESSOR SYSTEMS USING THE PICOBLAZE 8- BIT MICROCONTROLLER IMPLEMENTED ON FIELD PROGRAMMABLE GATE ARRAYS
  • FERMI-DIRAC MODELING, SIMULATION AND ANALYSIS OF AN ORGANIC SCHOTTKY DIODE WITH TRAPPED CHARGE
  • DESIGN OF A MICROSTRIP ANTENNA FOR 2.4 GHZ APPLICATIONS WITH A RADIATION PATTERN IN THE HORIZONTAL DIRECTION
  • IMPLEMENTATION OF A FULL DOPPLER COMPENSATION TO ELIMINATE THE USE OF FIRST ORDER APPROXIMATION TO COMPENSATE THE DOPPLER IN LARGE TIME-BANDWIDTH PRODUCT RADAR IMAGES
  • FOUR-COIL WIRELESS POWER TRANSFER USING RESONANT INDUCTIVE COUPLING
  • DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF FAULT TOLERANT ADDERS ON FIELD PROGRAMMABLE GATE ARRAYS
  • POWER QUALITY AND VOLTAGE STABILITY OF POWER SYSTEMS WITH A LARGE SHARE OF DISTRIBUTED ENERGY RESOURCES
  • A COMPRESSIVE RADAR SYSTEM WITH CHAOS BASED FM SIGNALS GENERATED USING THE BERNOULLI MAP
  • INVESTIGATION OF THE ELECTRONIC PROPERTIES OF THE MEMRISTOR USING ONE DIMENSIONAL DRIFT MODELS
  • OPTIMIZATION OF SHORT-CHANNEL RF CMOS LOW NOISE AMPLIFIERS BY GEOMETRIC PROGRAMMING
  • A COMPARATIVE ANALYISIS OF FEATURE EXTRACTION TECHNIQUES FOR EEG SIGNALS FROM ALZHEIMAR PATIENTS
  • MODELING POLARIZATION AND CAPACITANCE HYSTERESIS OF FERROELECTRIC CAPACITORS
  • FAULT TOLERANT BLOCK BASED NEURAL NETWORKS

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