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Yu Will Test Bridge Foundation Work for CalTrans
Yu Will Test Bridge Foundation Work for CalTrans

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Xinbao Yu will show whether California bridge foundations are safe and up to standards that the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials have set.

Four CE Alumni Earn Engineer of the Year Awards
Four CE Alumni Earn Engineer of the Year Awards

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Four alumni were honored as engineers of the year by local chapters of the Texas Society of Professional Engineers (TSPE) and the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) on February 15.

Professor Emeritus France Meier Dies at Age 86
Professor Emeritus France Meier Dies at Age 86

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

France Meier, an emeritus professor of Industrial, Manufacturing, and Systems Engineering, died February 17 in Arlington, TX. He was 86.

CE's Fang Working With City of Kennedale to Improve Village Creek Watershed
CE's Fang Working With City of Kennedale to Improve Village Creek Watershed

Thursday, February 19, 2015

As the City of Kennedale grows, concerns about the quality of its water supply grow too. To learn how good or bad its water is, the City has turned to Civil Engineering's Nick Fang for help.

Huber Designing System to Reserve Vehicles, Remind Veterans of Appointments
Huber Designing System to Reserve Vehicles, Remind Veterans of Appointments

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

CSE's Manfred Huber is designing a reservation/reminder software system as part of a project that will eventually transport veterans on military bases to doctors' appointments using driverless cars.

Engineering Enrollment Drives University Increase
Engineering Enrollment Drives University Increase

Monday, February 9, 2015

Driven by a 22% increase in enrollment in the College of Engineering, UTA's enrollment surpassed 36,000 for the first time in spring 2015.

New Equipment Will Stimulate Nanoscale-Related Research, Manufacturing
New Equipment Will Stimulate Nanoscale-Related Research, Manufacturing

Thursday, February 5, 2015

Weidong Zhou's Army Research Office grant will allow the purchase of a micro-optics assembly and characterization system that will usher in more intricate nanoscale-related research and manufacturing.

UTA Awarded Department of Energy Grant for Real-Time Boiler Monitoring
UTA Awarded Department of Energy Grant for Real-Time Boiler Monitoring

Friday, January 30, 2015

Haiying HuangĀ is developing a distributed wireless antenna sensor system to monitor conditions of coal-fired boilers that will lead to making the units safer, more efficient.

Research by IMSE Professors Solves Unsolvable Decision Problems
Research by IMSE Professors Solves Unsolvable Decision Problems

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Bill Corley and Jay Rosenberger have showed that an innovative method can be used to solve a broad class of real-world decision problems that had previously been unsolvable.

UTA appoints NAE Member to Launch Materials and Structures Institute
UTA appoints NAE Member to Launch Materials and Structures Institute

Friday, January 23, 2015

Kenneth Reifsnider, an expert in high temperature energy systems and composite materials and a member of the prestigious National Academy of Engineering, will join UT Arlington in June.

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