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October 2015

  • Noted UTA physicist recognized with first American Physical Society instrumentation award
    International honor

    Monday, October 5, 2015

    News Topics: awards, physics, science

    Leading UT Arlington physicist and member of the National Academy of Science wins American Physical Society instrumentation award for lifetime contributions to particle physics.

  • UT Arlington researcher developing framework to detect damage to dams from seismic activity
    Evaluating natural resources

    Friday, October 2, 2015

    News Topics: engineering, environment, innovation, research

    A UT Arlington-Tarrant Regional Water District project at the Eagle Mountain Lake dam will provide future investigators a framework by which to evaluate other dams' structural viability after earthquakes.

  • UT Arlington wins $1.01 million grant to build first university-based, large-scale, arc-heated hypersonic-testing facility
    Built for speed

    Friday, October 2, 2015

    News Topics: energy, engineering, innovation, physics, research, science

    A UTA aerospace engineering professor is leading a team that will build a hypersonic testing facility that will assess heat shields under conditions the materials would experience in leaving or entering the Earth's atmosphere.

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UT Arlington In The News

Monday, October 5, 2015

A UT Arlington researcher is developing a comprehensive, reliability-based framework to analyze North Texas dams and detect damage from seismic activity, reported. Anand Puppala, a professor of civil engineering and associate dean for research in UT Arlington’s College of Engineering, is overseeing a three-year, $1 million project from the Tarrant Regional Water District to analyze data taken at the Eagle Mountain Lake dam, which he will then use to create a framework that future investigators can use to determine if a dam has sustained damage from earthquakes.

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