Monday, August 31, 2020
Jonathon Assadi

High-energy physics

Jonathan Asaadi, assistant professor of physics, has earned the prestigious U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Early Career Research Award to support his work in high energy physics.

Dr. Asaadi is one of just 76 scientists nationwide to receive the award from the DOE Office of Science this fiscal year. It will provide $750,000 over five years for Asaadi’s project, titled “Discovery Science with New Multi-Modal Pixel-Based Noble Element Time Projection Chambers.”

Suyum Ham

AI and structural health

Suyun Ham, assistant professor of civil engineering, is working to better assess a bridge’s structural health by combining machine learning with traditional monitoring measurements.

Dr. Ham’s 18-month, $122,000 grant is part of UTA’s membership in the Transportation Consortium of South-Central States, a U.S. Department of Transportation Center administered by Louisiana State University. He will test his models in Dallas and Fort Worth.

Volleyball games, protocols

UTA's volleyball team will play 16 league matches in two- and three-match series with no fans in attendance. All home games will be broadcast live on ESPN+.

Guest access to MyMav

Students will soon be able to share their student information in MyMav with parents or guests. Guests can view admissions status, grades, records, courses, financial information, and more.

Updated power station map

Use this updated map to find UTA's laptop and desktop computing power stations, indoors and outdoors.

Maverick Advantage Fellows

Apply now to be a Faculty Fellow with the Maverick Advantage Faculty Engagement program offered by the Center for Research on Teaching and Learning Excellence.

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