ECE Next

This yearlong series of workshops and mentoring activities for juniors and seniors is aimed at increasing and maintaining the number of underrepresented students in ECE. Attendees include Texas ECE and non-UT undergraduate students, in particular undergrads from HBCUs and HSIs from partner institutions. The program will help ensure that more underrepresented students become next generation graduate researchers, leaders, and role models in ECE.

Girl Day at UT Austin

Our research group participates in Girl Day at UT Austin annually to excite young women about nanotechnology. We demonstrated how thin films can interact with light to produce visible colors, while also making beautiful bookmarks the attendees can keep. We also did a hands-on demonstration on bit language and magnetic memory. The links have all the materials necessary to repeat these demonstrations provided by the National Informal STEM Education Network.

Microelectronics Research Center community college students visit

In Nov. 2019, Dr. Incorvia spoke with community college and high school students about nanoelectronics, photonics, and brain-inspired computing during their visit to the UT Austin nanofabrication facility.

Rising Stars in Electrical Engineering: Supporting Female Faculty Applicants

Dr. Incorvia participated in a panel for the 2018 Rising Stars to encourage female Ph.Ds and postdocs in electrical engineering to apply for faculty positions.

NASCENT Career Panel

Dr. Incorvia was on a panel to discuss career options for UT Austin EE Ph.Ds