• October 29, 2020

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UTEP EM Lab Develops World’s First 3D Volumetric Circuit

Raymond C. Rumpf, Ph.D., and his EM Lab team are motivated by extreme challenges that others may consider to be impossible. The Schellenger Professor in Electrical Research in The University of Texas at El Paso’s College of Engineering leads the EM Lab, a space dedicated to pioneering high-risk, high-payoff concepts in electromagnetics and photonic technologies […]Read More

UTEP Lab Pioneers Electromagnetics and Photonics

Ask anyone in Raymond Rumpf’s EM Lab what they do and they’ll tell you they are doing what most would consider impossible. Failure is common in their work in electromagnetics and photonics, but it is revolutionizing engineering and science as we know it. Rumpf, Ph.D., Schellenger Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and […]Read More

UTEP Team Earns NSF Grant for Electromagnetics and Photonics Research

The EM Lab, a group of UTEP researchers led by Raymond Rumpf, Ph.D., associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, has secured a new patent for anisotropic metamaterials for electromagnetic compatibility, and a three-year grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The NSF grant was awarded for research on photon funnels, which are “nanoscale 3-D […]Read More

Grants for UTEP Fund Research in 3-D Printing

Two research projects will explore new frontiers in electrical engineering that is enabled by 3-D printing. Both will be under the direction of Raymond C. Rumpf, Ph.D., Schellenger Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Director of the EM Lab at UTEP. The first project involves a two-year investigation into how 3-D […]Read More