The UT Arlington Research Institute (UTARI) is a research and development unit of The University of Texas at Arlington specializing in applying cutting-edge technologies to real-world engineering problems.
UTARI's vision is to become a premier research institute, transforming ideas into realities through unbounded research and innovative developments that sustain business and industry, advance humankind and benefit our global society. Our collaborative endeavors reflect a commitment to excellence, integrity, and respect for all, bringing economic growth and fulfillment to our families, business partners, university, and community.
UTARI welcomes outside researchers and industry leaders to use our equipment and tap our expertise. We also frequently host symposiums, consortia, and events to bring together our partners to focus on specific issues.
Congratulations to The University of Texas at Arlington and The University of Texas at Dallas as being named top research institutions by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.
UTARI’s Mike McNair contributes to the UTA's DED, TxLTAP project as a member of the TxLTAP Advisory Board. The project provides technical assistance and workforce training that many smaller or rural Texas counties and cities do not have.
Kenneth Reifsnider, Presidential Distinguished Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering along with Duane Dimos, UTA vice president for research and David Nygren, Presidential Distinguished Professor of Physics are named as NAI 2015 Fellows.