Arlington, TX 76019
Woolf Hall Room 420
500 West First Street
Arlington, TX 76019
The University is designated an R-1 Carnegie “highest research activity” institution, putting it in an elite group. The College of Engineering accounts for nearly half of the university’s research expenditures each year.
The Center on Stochastic Modeling, Optimization, & Statistics (COSMOS) is a world leader in developing analytics that integrate ideas from statistics, mathematical optimization, and stochastic modeling, and applying these methods for decision-making in complex real-world systems.
COSMOS includes collaborations with faculty across UTA in the Colleges of Engineering, Science, Business, Nursing, and the School of Urban and Public Affairs as well as UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas.
COSMOS professors are a highly collaborative and enthusiastic group that educate and supervise intelligent students who are interested in the challenge of real-world problems.
IMSE Affiliation: Dr. Victoria Chen is the director. Dr. Jay Rosenberger and Dr. Bill Corley are co-founders; Dr. Shouyi Wang is a faculty leader.
The Sustainable and Intelligent Manufacturing (SIGMA) Lab supports research in advanced manufacturing with a special focus on sustainable manufacturing and smart manufacturing. Advanced manufacturing has been identified as one of the vital industries of the future. SIGMA Lab’s research goal is to proactively revolutionize the current manufacturing by increasing the public awareness on manufacturing’s role in sustainability, enabling new and/or upgraded manufacturing capabilities, and facilitating a digital transformation in manufacturing through advanced data analytics, towards green, smart, and high-resilient manufacturing.
SIGMA Lab works with academic and industry collaborators on multidisciplinary research projects such as additive manufacturing waste recycling, process modeling and control in direct metal laser sintering, sustainable supply chain for additive manufacturing, hybrid additive-subtractive manufacturing, etc. SIGMA Lab aims to create a collaborative, diversified, inclusive, and efficient research environment. We also commit to STEM education (both undergraduate and higher levels), outreach (especially females, minority, and other underrepresented groups), as well as workforce development for future manufacturing.
IMSE affiliation: Dr. Yiran (Emma) Yang