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State Of The Art Facility Puts UT Arlington In The Vanguard Of Nanotech Research
Friday, May 13, 2013
Bio News Texas describes UT Arlington's Nanotechnology Research & Education Center (NanoFab) as one of the nation's most advanced university-based nanotechnology development, research, and teaching facilities. NanoFab research activities are conducted through mutually-beneficial associations of chemistry, electrical engineering, mechanical and aerospace engineering, materials science and physics faculty, graduate students and research assistants at UTA.
UTA Nano Technology Facility Making Big Waves with Microscopic Research
Saturday, May 11, 2013
Arlington Voice reported that the NanoFab manager, Dr Nader Hozhabri, welcomed Anne Coker, president of the Arlington Republican Club, Craig Ownby of Ownby Consulting, Gerald Kern and UTA Republican Club president Nathan Basseto.
Aaerospace Engineer is Developing Diagnostic and Predictive Tools
Saturday, May 10, 2013
A University of Texas at Arlington that can aid aircraft manufacturers in analyzing composite structures used to make aircraft safer, faster, and more reliable, according to the website Aerospace Manufacturing and Design. Andrew Makeev, an associate professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, has received a $559,427 grant from the Office of Naval Research.
Csallner explains possible reasons behind American Airlines computer glitch
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
KXAS/NBC 5 interviewed Christoph Csallner, assistant professor of computer science and engineering at UT Arlington, about the computer glitch in American Airlines’ reservation system that caused planes to be grounded for two hours Tuesday. “The software is so complex, there are so many components…databases, external systems, humans involved, anywhere, something could go wrong,” Csallner said.
Scholarship to support students in Arnold E. Petsche Center for Automotive Engineering
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Product Design & Development reported on the scholarship established by TTI and Mouser Electronics in partnership with The University of Texas at Arlington College of Engineering. The scholarship will help support students enrolled in the University’s Arnold E. Petsche Center for Automotive Engineering who demonstrate academic achievement beyond the classroom.
UNT gets CASA weather radar unit
Friday, April 12, 2013
The region’s second CASA weather radar is now in place at the University of North Texas, doubling the low-level view of developing storms for forecasters, emergency managers and scientists, The Dallas Morning News and NBCDFW.com reported. This second CASA unit should be in operation in about a month, joining the first unit at The University of Texas in Arlington to provide coverage over a broad swath of North Texas. MyFoxDFW.com also reported this story.