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Patent Technology for Smart Seat Cushion

Patent Technology for Smart Seat Cushion

The University of Texas at Arlington has patented a smart seat cushion that uses changes in air pressure to redistribute body weight and help prevent the painful ulcers caused by sitting for long periods of time in a wheelchair.

Artificial Intelligence and Senior Living Link Arrow

Artificial Intelligence and Senior Living

An autonomous programmable humanoid robot "is making a huge contribution with an interdisciplinary team to address two University of Texas at Arlington strategic themes, health and the human condition; and data-driven discovery."

Top 100 researchers in the world

Top 100 researchers in the world

A University of Texas at Arlington electrical engineering professor is among the top 100 computer science and electronics researchers in the world...

Meet the Robot Engaging Seniors in the Arts

Meet the Robot Engaging Seniors in the Arts

Meet NAO, an adorable two-foot-tall robot who captured the hearts of residents at Brookdale Arlington in Texas.

Speeding up healing

Speeding up healing

UT Arlington moves bioengineered REHEAL glove toward commercialization.

Living with Robots

Living with Robots

Researchers at UT Arlington’s new Emotional Robotics Living Lab are examining how robots can be integrated into the home to provide physical and emotional support, KTVT CBS 11 reported. Julienne Greer, UT Arlington assistant professor of Theatre Arts, is directing the new lab.

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Greer's New Emotional Robotics Living Lab

Greer's New Emotional Robotics Living Lab

Research conducted by Julienne Greer, UT Arlington assistant professor of theatre arts, attracted additional coverage, with KXAS NBC reporting on Greer’s new Emotional Robotics Living Lab.

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UT Arlington Professor Wins Awards

UT Arlington Professor Wins Awards

Frank Lewis, Moncrief-O'Donnell Endowed Chair at the University of Texas at Arlington Research Institute and professor in UTA’s Department of Electrical Engineering, has added to his many achievements two new awards.

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UAV Research and Natural Disasters

UAV Research and Natural Disasters

Research conducted at UT Arlington using unmanned aerial vehicles could help cities save time and money after a natural disaster, WFAA ABC 8 reported. The project is currently focused on Beaumont, Texas as it continues to recover from Hurricane Harvey.

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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 successful in promoting the well-being of an older adult," said Dr. Julinee Greer, assistant professor of theater 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...