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UTA-led iPerform Center Seeking Industry Partners
UTA-led iPerform Center Seeking Industry Partners

Friday, December 19, 2014

UT Arlington and UT Dallas have created a new NSF center called iPerform that focuses on assistive technologies to enhance human performance.

Students Finish Third in Spirit of Innovation Competition
Students Finish Third in Spirit of Innovation Competition

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

A team of UTA engineering graduate students finished third in the U.S. India Chamber of Commerce’s Spirit of Innovation Competition on December 4.

EE's Vasilyev Named Fellow of The Optical Society
EE's Vasilyev Named Fellow of The Optical Society

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Electrical Engineering Professor Michael Vasilyev has been named a Fellow of The Optical Society, the highest membership distinction in the leading professional association in optics and photonics. 

Civil Engineering Project Aims to Reduce Heaving on TXDOT Roads
Civil Engineering Project Aims to Reduce Heaving on TXDOT Roads

Monday, December 8, 2014

A civil engineering team led by Anand Puppala recently installed a new mix of lime and fly ash on a section of U.S. 82 as a base to reduce soil sulfate heaving and extend the life of the highway as part of a new TxDOT field implementation project.

Das's Research Looks to Unlock Connections Among Social Network Data
Das's Research Looks to Unlock Connections Among Social Network Data

Monday, December 8, 2014

Computer Science and Engineering Professor Gautam Das has won a $450,000 Army Research Office grant to develop efficient analytic techniques for combining and understanding the data stored in online social networks.

BE's Hong Receives AHA Grant to Develop Bioactive Cardiac Patch
BE's Hong Receives AHA Grant to Develop Bioactive Cardiac Patch

Friday, November 21, 2014

Yi Hong is using a new, $140,000 grant from the American Heart Association to develop a bioactive patch that will help restore heart function after a heart attack to extend the patient’s life.

Advancing Cancer Detection, Combating Toxic Algae in Water Resources
Advancing Cancer Detection, Combating Toxic Algae in Water Resources

Friday, November 21, 2014

Yuan and Choi received two highly competitive Norman Hackerman Advanced Research Program awards from the texas Higher Education Coordinating Board

Doctoral Student Mirza Wins ASME EPPD Award
Doctoral Student Mirza Wins ASME EPPD Award

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Fahad Mirza, a mechanical engineering doctoral student, is the 2014 recipient of ASME’s Electronics and Photonics Packaging Division (EPPD) “Student Member of the Year Award.”

CSE's Wright Wins NSF Grant to Bolster Online Privacy
CSE's Wright Wins NSF Grant to Bolster Online Privacy

Monday, November 10, 2014

Computer Science Associate Professor Matt Wright is studying smarter route selection and adaptive cover traffic as ways of protecting computer privacy. 

Research Uses Artificial Lymph Nodes to Attract Prostate Cancer Cells
Research Uses Artificial Lymph Nodes to Attract Prostate Cancer Cells

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Liping Tang, bioengineering professor and interim chair of the Bioengineering Department, has received a $533,650 U.S. Army grant to build the lymph nodes that attract the cancer cells. [CBS 11 News Report]

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