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McNair, Huber talk Future Robotic Technology on "Tech Insider"

McNair, Huber talk Future Robotic Technology on "Tech Insider"

Mike McNair, AIS director at UTARI and Manfred Huber, Ph.D. reviewed current and future technology regarding robots and their ability to help people with everyday tasks, according to the digital publication "Tech Insider."

Frank Lewis part UT System Patent Count

Frank Lewis part UT System Patent Count

The UT System was ranked 4th among the Top 100 Worldwide Universities Granted U.S. Utility Patent Ranking for 2015, UT System reported. The UT System release featured patented inventions by Frank Lewis, Ph.D.

McNair speaks at Arlington's "Put Technology to Work"

McNair speaks at Arlington's "Put Technology to Work"

The City of Arlington’s monthly director’s meeting kicked off its “Put Technology to Work” series. Mike McNair, division head for UTARI’s AIS division was the guest speaker. His topic focused on the future of autonomous vehicles and their effect on government entities.

UTARI Involvement at 12th DURACOSYS 2016

UTARI Involvement at 12th DURACOSYS 2016

Endel Iarve, Ph.D received key note speaker recognition at DURACOSYS 2016 for his topic “Computational Analysis for Durability of Laminated Composite Structures.” Iarve is congratulated by Kenneth Reifsnider, Ph.D, Director of The Institute for Predictive Performance Methodologies at UTARI.

McNair to speak about Intelligent Transportation at TexITE

McNair to speak about Intelligent Transportation at TexITE

Mike McNair, UTARI's  head of the AIS division will speak at TexITE about Intelligent Transportation. This presentation goes beyond automated cars and will discuss the big picture of cooperation between researchers, vehicle manufacturers, regulatory authorities, and others.

 

 

"Inquiry" quotes Drs. McCabe and Reifsnider about Composites

"Inquiry" quotes Drs. McCabe and Reifsnider about Composites

"Inquiry's"Melinda Mahaffey Icden quotes UTARI Executive Director Dr. Mickey McCabe and Director of the Institute for Predictive Performance Methodologies regarding development and testing of composite materials. 

UTARI Researchers elevated to IEEE Senior Member

UTARI Researchers elevated to IEEE Senior Member

UTARI researchers Muthu Wijesundara and Aditya Das have been upgraded to Senior Member status by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). This honor is considered the highest grade for which a member of the organization may apply. 

McNair to speak at AUVSI Innovation Hub, New Orleans, May 3, 5

McNair to speak at AUVSI Innovation Hub, New Orleans, May 3, 5

UTARI's Mike McNair, head of the Automation & Intelligent Systems division will be a featured speaker at the “Innovation Hub” on May 3 and 5. This is part of the activities offered by AUVSI’s Xponential 2016 conference being held in New Orleans. 

UTARI Researcher wins NASA Research Award

UTARI Researcher wins NASA Research Award

UTARI's Endel Iarve will lead a three-year NASA research project on fatigue life prediction of rotor spars using discrete damage modeling.

Dr. Reifsnider to Guest Lecture at Texas Tech

Dr. Reifsnider to Guest Lecture at Texas Tech

Dr. Reifsnider to Guest Lecture at Texas Tech

Dr. Reifsnider will be a guest lecturer on April 18 at Texas Tech, hosted by Professor Satya Atluri, Whitacre Distinguished Chair in Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering.

 

 

Dr. Reifsnider to speak at Physics Department Colloquium

Dr. Reifsnider to speak at Physics Department Colloquium

This dialogue is to share some of the challenges associated with the development of predictive methodologies for heterogeneous functional materials (HeteroFoaM). The Colloquium will be held in Room 101, Science Hall on Wednesday, March 9 at 4 p.m.Refreshments-served-3:30-Physics Library.

 McNair to speak to the Delta Alpha Pi Disability Honor Society

McNair to speak to the Delta Alpha Pi Disability Honor Society

Mike McNair, from AIS at UTARI will speak to Delta Alpha Pi Disability Honor Society on Monday, March 7 at 12 noon at University Hall, room 025. Topic -- technologies that create autonomous behaviors, sensing for real-time decisions that could affect real-world solutions in the lives of people.

UTARI Developing Seat Cushion to Aid in Ulcer Prevention

UTARI Developing Seat Cushion to Aid in Ulcer Prevention

Researchers from UTARI and the Human Engineering Research Laboratories at the University of Pittsburgh are developing a solution in an automated seat cushion designed to prevent pressure ulcers in wheelchair users. 

Human-Robot Interaction becoming Integral Part of Life

Human-Robot Interaction becoming Integral Part of Life

Dr. Julienne Greer of the College of Liberal Arts was awarded a grant to research human-robot interaction. Teaming with Kris Doelling and Jeongsik Shin from UTARI, the grant allows further study into the development of how robots can be of service.

UTA and UTD are Named as Tier 1 Research Universities

UTA and UTD are Named as Tier 1 Research Universities

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.