As of Fall 2013, the Electrical Engineering Department's 15 tenure and tenure-track faculty hold a total of $4,118.399 in research grants from industry and government. The links below provide five different views of the Department's research.
- Communications, Digital Signal Processing, & Sensor Networks
- Electronics & Electronic Packaging, Analog & Mixed Signal, & Integrated Circuits
- Power Systems, Power electronics, Renewable Energy, & Control
- RF & Microwave, Electromagnetics, Antennas, & Terahertz
- Semiconductors, Nanotechnology, Optoelectronics, Photovoltaic, & Photonics
The links below are to the web sites of the major Electrical Engineering research centers.
- Green Renewable Energy-Efficient Nanoplasmonic Solar Cells (GREEN) (NSF-ESPCoR)
- GRid-Connected Advanced Power Electronic Systems (GRAPES) (NSF-I/UCRC)
- High Density Electronics Center (HiDEC)
- National Center for Reliable Electric Power Transmission (NCREPT) (NSF)
- Vertical Integrated Center for Transformative Energy Research (VICTER) (NSF-ESPCoR)
The links below are to the web sites of major Electrical Engineering research labs and work groups. Although these are research laboratories, they are also teaching labs in the sense that almost all of the research done in them is conducted by students. Both graduate and undergraduate students are involved in research.
- Arkansas Advanced Photovoltaic Research Center
- Innovative Nano/Biosensor Lab (INB Lab)
- Mixed-Signal CAD Lab
- Nanomaterials and Nanotube Research Laboratory (NNRL)
- Optoelectronics Research Lab
- Organic Devices and Electronics Lab (ODEL)
- Sustainable Smart Electrical Energy Systems
- Terahertz Imaging and Spectroscopy Computational Electromagnetics Group
Recent publications by faculty and students in the Electrical Engineering Department can be seen by following the links below.