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Innovation is helping Senior Living

Innovation is helping Senior Living

The NAO Robot traveled to Brookdale Senior Living to conduct a trial to see "if a theatre arts intervention with a human-robot model would be sucessful in promoting the well-being of an older adult," said Dr. Julinee Greer, assitant professor of teather arts at UT Arlington.

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Airborne Network Computing Platforms for UAV

Airborne Network Computing Platforms for UAV

Yan Wan, an associate professor in UTA’s Department of Electrical Engineering, is the team lead on a three-year, $998,803 grant from the National Science Foundation that will develop...

Green City Challenge Camp

Green City Challenge Camp

In a week-long camp at the East Arlington Branch Library, students aged 10 to 18 learned the fundamentals of robotics and computer programming and also heard from specialists in those fields.

National Academy of Engineering 2017

National Academy of Engineering 2017

Dr. Leila Ladani, a professor in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and one of the lead scientists of UTARI/IPPM has been chosen to take part in National Academy of Engineering 2017 EU-US Frontiers of Engineering Symposium...

ICCES Lifetime Achievement Award 2017

ICCES Lifetime Achievement Award 2017

The International Conference on Computation and Experimental Engineering and Sciences awarded Dr. Kenneth Reifsnider the 2017 ICCES Lifetime Achievement Award; in recognition of his pioneering contribution to the science and applications of composite materials.

From Discovery to Commercialization

From Discovery to Commercialization

“UTA is committed to developing an environment and culture that eliminates obstacles to innovation and entrepreneurship so that results of research and creative activity can be moved from our studios and laboratories into the economy for the benefit of society,” UTA President Vistasp Karbhari...

Rising Tide Initiative

Rising Tide Initiative

Rising Tide Initiative, a community innovation hub, met at UTARI on Tuesday, June 2. The initiative includes entrepreneurs, investors, universities, government, corporations and community leaders, working together to improve our community.

National Robotics Week at UTARI

National Robotics Week at UTARI

Fox 4 News, STEM students, and distinguished guests attended The University of Texas at Arlington Research Institute's National Robotics Week Showcase. UTARI revealed many of today’s most leading-edge robotic technology.

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Dr. Gouma's Flu Virus Breath Monitor Featured in Journal

Dr. Gouma's Flu Virus Breath Monitor Featured in Journal

Perena Gouma, Principal Research Engineer at UTARI and professor in UTA’s Materials Science and Engineering Department has a published article in the journal Sensors. This article describes Gouma’s invention for a hand-held breath monitor that can detect the flu virus. 

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Robot Recites Shakespeare for Research

Robot Recites Shakespeare for Research

Julienne Greer of UTA Theatre Arts is featured in a recent Fort Worth Star-Telegram article regarding the IRP grant award for human-robotic interaction. This particular project is produced in collaboration with UTARI researchers Kris Doelling, Mike McNair and Jeongsik Shin and the UTA School of Social Work.

Dr. Lewis named AAAS Fellow

Dr. Lewis named AAAS Fellow

Dr. Frank Lewis of UTA and UTARI has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. This conferment is added to several honors bestowed on Dr. Lewis, including being named a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

 

UTA/UTARI will use Unmanned Aerial for TxDOT

UTA/UTARI will use Unmanned Aerial for TxDOT

Dr. Anand Puppala, UTA civil engineering professor along with UTARI researchers Mike McNair and Cody Lundberg will collaboratively work on an effort to use unmanned aerial vehicles to remotely inspect highways and railroads and develop guidelines for how to safely complete the task. 

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Bell Helicopter Textron Donates to IPPM

Bell Helicopter Textron Donates to IPPM

The Institute for Predictive Performance Methodologies receives contribution of pre-impregnated composite materials from Bell Helicopter Textron. This generous gift was made possible through Vance Cribb, Manager of Non Metallic Materials and Processes with help from Justin Greenwood and Debra Macias.

 

 

UTARI, UTA Develop Device to Automatically Control BP

UTARI, UTA Develop Device to Automatically Control BP

Biomedical Technologies Division Head Muthu Wijesundara, along with Associate Professor Young-Tae Kim and Professor Khosrow Behbehani have received a grant for continued research of a "Closed-Loop Blood Pressure Control by Neural Stimulation for Cardiac Care Environment."

 

Theater and Social Robotics Project is Awarded IPR Grant

Theater and Social Robotics Project is Awarded IPR Grant

UTARI research team Kris Doelling, Mike McNair and Jeongsik Shin along with Julienne Greer (College of Liberal Arts), Noelle Fields and Ling Xu (School of Social Work) have been awarded a grant for a project that will mix theater and social robotics.