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UTARI Student Employees Honored

UTARI Student Employees Honored

Two UTARI student employees were acknowledged for their effort during a recent awards reception.

Soft Robotic Glove Aims to Improve Hand Rehabilitation

Soft Robotic Glove Aims to Improve Hand Rehabilitation

UTARI researchers a rehabilitative robotic glove to be used after stroke or surgery.

TECH Fort Worth hosts Latin American Incubator Program

TECH Fort Worth hosts Latin American Incubator Program

TECH Fort Worth’s Latin American incubator program is in discussion for partnerships with UT Arlington. Benjamin Castaneda of Medical Innovation & Technology (Peru) is working on an agreement with the UT Arlington Research Institute to collaborate on a project.

Dasgupta Receives American Chemical Society Award

Dasgupta Receives American Chemical Society Award

Dr. Purnendu "Sandy" Dasgupta, the Jenkins Garrett Professor of Chemistry at The University of Texas at Arlington, has received the 2015 American Chemical Society Division of Analytical Chemistry J. Calvin Giddings Award for Excellence in Education. 

UT Arlington Computer System to Reserve Vehicles for Veterans

UT Arlington Computer System to Reserve Vehicles for Veterans

A University of Texas at Arlington computer scientist is designing a reservation/reminder software system as part of a project that will eventually transport veterans on military bases to doctors' appointments using driverless cars.

The Guardian Features UTA’s Work to Help Children with Autism

The Guardian Features UTA’s Work to Help Children with Autism

The work of Dr. Dan Popa, UTARI affiliated faculty member from the Department of Electrical Engineering, is highlighted in a recent article about autism research involving Zeno, a humanoid robot.

College of Engineering Faculty Bring Research Into Light

College of Engineering Faculty Bring Research Into Light

New research from UTA Electrical Engineering faculty members is focusing on the utilization of light in a wide range of technologies.

 UTARI Affiliated Faculty Member Receives Department of Energy Grant

UTARI Affiliated Faculty Member Receives Department of Energy Grant

Dr. Haiying Huang, professor of sensor technology at UTA’s Mechanical and Aerospace Department, has received a grant to further development of a sensor system to monitor coal-fired boilers.

Reifsnider to Head New Institute for Predictive Performance of Advanced Materials and Structures

Reifsnider to Head New Institute for Predictive Performance of Advanced Materials and Structures

UTA has hired Dr. Kenneth Reifsnider, a renowned expert in high temperature energy systems and composite materials, to lead its new materials and stuctures institute.

UT System Chancellor Visits UTA

UT System Chancellor Visits UTA

New University of Texas System Chancellor William McRaven visited UTA’s campus in late January. During his two-day visit the retired four-star Navy admiral learned more about UTA’s research initiatives, including current robotics projects.

PR2 demoed for donors at the Perot Museum

PR2 demoed for donors at the Perot Museum

Robotics platform PR2 showcased his talents at an event aimed to raise funds for the Perot Museum of Nature and Science.

Tokyo University of Science visit

Tokyo University of Science visit

Visitors from TUS demonstrated their "Muscle Suit" principles and practicle applications in a demo with University leaders. 

Innovation Symposium held at UT Arlington

Innovation Symposium held at UT Arlington

Dr. McCabe was recently the keynote speaker at the Innovation Symposium.

Brown Bag Seminar highlights PR2 robot

Brown Bag Seminar highlights PR2 robot

Researcher Cody Lundberg demonstrates a new capability for PR2.

Farewell General Lynch and Todd Buchs

Farewell General Lynch and Todd Buchs

General Lynch and Todd both exemplied the UTARI spirit, with a passion and drive to help humanity.