Adding a Technology Key to Research in Many Fields, Baylor Electrical Engineering Researchers Settle into new Quarters in the BRIC.
Adding a Technology Key to Research in Many Fields, Baylor Electrical Engineering Researchers Settle into new Quarters in the BRIC.

Like the old joke about the three most important factors to consider in deciding where to put a business being "location, location, location," the BRIC was similarly designed around three key principles: "collaborate, collaborate, collaborate."

Recognizing the crucial and naturally collaborative role of electrical engineering (EE) in many types of research projects, an ample allotment of space was reserved in the BRIC early-on for this unit. In mid-January, 2013, the move to spacious new quarters on the second floor of the BRIC was completed.

As the first Ph.D.-granting department in Baylor's School of Engineering and Computer Science, EE faculty and graduate students are heavily involved in research of their own in such areas as advanced avionics, real-time data acquisition, circuit board prototyping, microwaves and circuits, medical instrumentation and wireless communications, to name only a few.

Whether in the role of interdisciplinary research partners for others' projects or mounting ground-breaking projects of their own EE researchers bring essential capabilities to the BRIC.

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