The UTEP Distributed Computing Lab (DCL) project was initiated in the 2003-2004 academic year. The purpose of this work is to establish the lab which serves as a hub for educational, research and outreach activities. One important aspect of the DCL, in addition to enriching the curriculum and facilitating interdisciplinary research is the recruitment and support of underrepresented minorities, with the objective of creating a pipeline of students from high school through graduate school that are trained in the design, operation and applications of high-performance computers.
Signal Processing and Communications (SPC) affinity group at the University
of Texas at El Paso is a group of Electrical and Computer Engineering
students, both undergraduate and graduate, which share a technical
interest in Digital Signal and Image Processing, Communications Systems,
Computer Vision, etc.
Electronic Devices Laboratory (EDL) at The University of Texas at
El Paso was established in the Summer of 1990 with a grant from the
National Science Foundation for thin film optoelectronic device research.
by the National Science Foundation (NSF), MIE seeks to increase the
number of historically underrepresented minorities successfully completing
Masters and Ph.D programs in Science, Engineering and Mathematics