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CE's Fang Will Help Corps of Engineers Improve Watershed Mapping

CE's Fang Will Help Corps of Engineers Improve Watershed Mapping

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Civil Engineering assistant professor Nick Fang has earned a contract to help the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers improve its watershed mapping capabilities for better flood warning and relief. 

EE's Lewis Earns Awards

EE's Lewis Earns Awards

Thursday, November 9, 2017

Electrical Engineering Professor Frank Lewis has added to his many achievements two new awards, the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award and the Liaoning China Friendship Award.

Donor Establishes Endowed Chair to Encourage Innovation in FSAE Program

Donor Establishes Endowed Chair to Encourage Innovation in FSAE Program

Monday, November 6, 2017

Through a gift from entrepreneur and businessman Paul E. Andrews, Jr., UTA will establish an endowed chair in the general areas of automotive engineering and design, mechanical engineering, and the FSAE team.

MAE's Makeev Working to Advance Limitations of Computed Tomography

MAE's Makeev Working to Advance Limitations of Computed Tomography

Monday, October 16, 2017

Andrew Makeev will improve reconstruction algorithms and software techniques to produce breakthroughs in computed tomography scanning, which will lead to better recognition of manufacturing flaws and structural damage of composites.

UTA Team Helping Texas City Prioritize Post-Harvey Cleanup

UTA Team Helping Texas City Prioritize Post-Harvey Cleanup

Monday, October 16, 2017

A team from UTA is using unmanned aerial vehicles to create highly accurate 3D and profile maps of storm debris in Beaumont, Texas, so the city knows the full extent of what it needs to remove.

EE's Sun Developing Way to Detect Lung Cancer Biomarkers in Breath

EE's Sun Developing Way to Detect Lung Cancer Biomarkers in Breath

Friday, October 13, 2017

Yuze “Alice” Sun is developing a non-invasive means to detect early stage lung cancer through biomarkers in a patient’s breath instead, saving the patient from needle biopsies and extended waits for a diagnosis.

BE's Liu Working to Facilitate Neonatal Monitoring to Assess Brain Problems

BE's Liu Working to Facilitate Neonatal Monitoring to Assess Brain Problems

Monday, October 9, 2017

Hanli Liu and her team will integrate a portable brain imaging system with an advanced signal-processing technique for newborns to better measure babies’ neurophysiology in real time so doctors can treat encephalopathy more quickly.

UTA Helping TRA Determine Whether to Convert Joe Pool Lake Flood Storage

UTA Helping TRA Determine Whether to Convert Joe Pool Lake Flood Storage

Monday, October 9, 2017

Converting flood storage to water supply in Joe Pool Lake could help North Texas weather droughts, but first the Trinity River Authority must determine if there is a benefit to doing so.

UTA Develops Cutting-Edge Lubricant Technologies

UTA Develops Cutting-Edge Lubricant Technologies

Friday, October 6, 2017

Researchers have developed a pipeline of new vehicle lubricant technologies that lower greenhouse gas emissions, reduce wear and improve gas mileage with ESL TEKnologies and its predecessor companies in Dallas.

CE's Seo Earns Grant to Implement NWM at Street-Resolving Resolution

CE's Seo Earns Grant to Implement NWM at Street-Resolving Resolution

Monday, October 2, 2017

D.J. Seo will use a two-year, $281,790 NOAA grant to implement the National Water Model at a street-resolving resolution for a model domain in Arlington and Grand Prairie. 

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