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Yum Working to Develop Bioinks for use in 3D Printing of Tissues, Organs
Yum Working to Develop Bioinks for use in 3D Printing of Tissues, Organs

Monday, August 29, 2016

Kyungsuk Yum has earned a grant from the National Science Foundation to develop nanocomposite hydrogel bioinks that could be used to 3D print human tissue and organs.

Students Earn Several Achievements Over Summer
Students Earn Several Achievements Over Summer

Monday, August 29, 2016

While many engineering students spent their summers working, in summer school, or enjoying a much-needed break, several distinguished themselves by winning prestigious awards and competitions

CE Grad is First Woman to Lead Arlington Public Works
CE Grad is First Woman to Lead Arlington Public Works

Monday, August 29, 2016

Mindy Gowdy Carmichael has been named director of public works for the City of Arlington, the first woman to hold the post.

Engineer Will Use Data Mining to Improve Diagnosis, Treatment of Depression
Engineer Will Use Data Mining to Improve Diagnosis, Treatment of Depression

Thursday, August 11, 2016

Heng Huang, a CSE, won a $500,000 NSF grant to use data mining to efficiently catalog and track depression patients’ “thought records” so that doctors and therapists can better identify patients’ treatment needs.

EE's Wetz Lands DURIP Grant
EE's Wetz Lands DURIP Grant

Tuesday, August 9, 2016

David Wetz earned a DURIP grant from the Office of Naval Research to purchase an OPAL-RT Hardware in the Loop platform that will allow him to use simulations to test how well a battery will perform as part of a full shipboard system. 

CSE's Junzhou Huang Earns CAREER Award
CSE's Junzhou Huang Earns CAREER Award

Monday, August 8, 2016

Junzhou Huang is the fourth engineering faculty member to earn an NSF CAREER Award this year, the most ever earned at UTA in one year.

AE Grad First to Flight Test UAV That Uses Moving Weights to Turn
AE Grad First to Flight Test UAV That Uses Moving Weights to Turn

Wednesday, August 3, 2016

A recently graduated master's student is the first person to successfully flight test an unmanned aerial vehicle that uses moving weights in its wings instead of traditional control surfaces or ailerons to turn.

Electrical Engineers Earn Three Best Paper Awards
Electrical Engineers Earn Three Best Paper Awards

Monday, July 25, 2016

A team of electrical engineering professors and students \has won three “Best Paper” Awards from IEEE, including the organization’s 2016 Power and Energy Society Prize Paper Award. 

CE Undergrad Earns NTTA Scholarship
CE Undergrad Earns NTTA Scholarship

Friday, July 22, 2016

Tran Duong, an undergraduate student in the Civil Engineering Department, has been awarded the the North Texas Tollway Authority's Jere W. Thompson Jr. Scholarship.

Makeev Earns DURIP Grant From ONR
Makeev Earns DURIP Grant From ONR

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

AE’s Makeev will use a $181,000 grant from the Office of Naval Research to purchase an ARES-G2 integrated axial-torsional platform that will allow his team to better understand material properties.

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