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A UT Arlington computer science engineering researcher has won two new National Science Foundation grants to further his work in developing a computer recognition system that eventually will yield a visual, online American Sign Language dictionary.
On Sept. 11, global attention will turn to the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks that targeted New York City and Washington D.C. and changed the world. The University of Texas at Arlington is home to researchers who are examining the long-lasting impact of that day, providing support for veterans returning from war and developing innovative technologies to increase Homeland Security.
The UT Arlington Formula SAE racing team will debut its hybrid car.
ERB certified as LEED Gold green building.
UT Arlington names distinguished civil engineer as new College of Engineering dean.
Scientists know space weather caused by solar flares and other phenomenon holds the potential to disable electrical grids and disrupt the use of the global positioning system (GPS) that everyone from farmers to oil well drillers depend on. Now, physicists at The University of Texas at Arlington are working with others around the country to develop computer models that can issue warnings of such events available one to four days before their arrival.
David Wetz, a UT Arlington electrical engineering assistant professor, has received a 2011 Young Investigator Research Award from the U.S. Office of Naval Research.
A UT Arlington bioengineer believes he can give physicians vital information that could lead to better therapy for patients afflicted with cerebral palsy.
UT Arlington, UT Dallas and Baylor Health Care System get nearly $1 million to increase patient safety
The U.S. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality has awarded nearly $1 million to researchers at The University of Texas at Arlington’s College of Nursing, Baylor Health Care System and The University of Texas at Dallas to study how physicians and nurses can improve their communication skills by participating in engaging, video game-like simulations.
Students, faculty and supporters of The University of Texas at Arlington will celebrate the debut of the 234,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art Engineering Research Building with a March 4 dedication event and open house.
A University of Texas at Arlington College of Engineering team has received two National Science Foundation grants worth a combined $802,000 to develop an adaptive, game-driven system to improve physical and mental assessments of children with cerebral palsy.
Vassilis Athitsos, an assistant professor in computer science and engineering at The University of Texas at Arlington, has received a five-year, $513,000 National Science Foundation Early Career Development grant. The grant will fund continuing work on computer vision technology that will eventually lead to a sign lookup system, which will allow sign language users to look up the meaning of signs in comprehensive dictionaries of American Sign Language.
The University of Texas at Arlington is playing a major role in a project that is helping restore hope to tens of thousands of people in Sierra Leone, West Africa.
The UT Arlington College of Nursing and College of Engineering have received $634,500 in federal funds to kick off Smart Care – a discovery and demonstration center for technologies to help senior citizens, people with disabilities and injured veterans live healthier and longer in their own homes.
Two UT Arlington computer science engineering faculty are developing a new Internet search engine that treats the Web more like a massive database.
Engineers and scientists are certain that another big earthquake will hit California. They just don’t know when and where it will be.
Bill Carroll, who shaped UT Arlington's College of Engineering into the multi-disciplinary educational and research model that it is today, will step down as dean next fall and return to the University to teach and conduct research after a brief leave.
Hanli Liu, a University of Texas at Arlington bioengineering professor, has landed a three-year, $958,660 grant from the National Institutes of Health to investigate a minimally invasive way to screen for and diagnose prostate cancer by using a multi-channel optical imaging system.
Four UT Arlington faculty members will be honored Oct. 9 as recipients of the Alicia Wilkerson Smotherman Faculty Awards for their recent work with university students.
A one-minute video created on a professor's iPhone has won first prize in its category at the New Media Film Festival in Los Angeles.
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