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UTA Engineers Optimize Electricity Distribution Networks

UTA Engineers Optimize Electricity Distribution Networks

Monday, October 22, 2018

A team of electrical engineers is combining several principles of machine learning to enable machines to control power networks and other complex dynamic systems more effectively during unexpected events.

Grant to Increase Ph.D. Students in Computer Science and Engineering

Grant to Increase Ph.D. Students in Computer Science and Engineering

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

CSE's Ishfaq Ahmad has received a $1.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education that will significantly increase the number of doctoral students, especially women and minorities.

CSE's Das Chairs SIGMOD, Has Paper Included in Journal Special Issue

CSE's Das Chairs SIGMOD, Has Paper Included in Journal Special Issue

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Gautam Das co-chaired one of the most prestigious conferences in his field and had a paper included in the VLDB Conference Journal Special Issue.

CE's Hossain Working With TxDOT to Strengthen Retaining Walls

CE's Hossain Working With TxDOT to Strengthen Retaining Walls

Thursday, October 11, 2018

Sahadat Hossain will use recycled plastic pins to strengthen Mechanically Stabilized Earth, or MSE, walls on North Texas highways.

EE's Magnusson Investigating Fundamental Physics of Photonic Band Dynamics

EE's Magnusson Investigating Fundamental Physics of Photonic Band Dynamics

Friday, October 5, 2018

Robert Magnusson is using a National Science Foundation grant to investigate the fundamental physics of how light is contained within photonic lattices.

CSE Senior Recounts NASA Internship Experience

CSE Senior Recounts NASA Internship Experience

Thursday, October 4, 2018

Joe Cloud interned at NASA’s Langley Research Center and asked a question via video link of U.S. Astronaut Ricky Arnold, who was aboard the International Space Station.

UTA, Navy Sign Agreement to Enhance Research and Education

UTA, Navy Sign Agreement to Enhance Research and Education

Thursday, October 4, 2018

UTA and the Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division signed a formal Education Partnership Agreement recently that will enhance research and education at UTA through interactions with personnel and sharing assets.

MAE's Shah is 2018 ASME EPPD Student Engineer of the Year

MAE's Shah is 2018 ASME EPPD Student Engineer of the Year

Sunday, September 30, 2018

Jimil Shah, a recent mechanical engineering doctoral graduate, is the recipient of the 2018 ASME EPPD Student Engineer of The Year Award.

CSE's Lei Working to Test Security of IoT Systems, Blockchains

CSE's Lei Working to Test Security of IoT Systems, Blockchains

Monday, September 17, 2018

Blockchains and Internet of Things systems are secure, but mistakes in their implementation often make them vulnerable. Jeff Lei and his team are developing a new approach to secure testing of software systems and avoid these vulnerabilities.

MSE's Yum Creates Hydrogels Capable of Complex Movements

MSE's Yum Creates Hydrogels Capable of Complex Movements

Thursday, September 13, 2018

Replicating living organisms' movements with man-made materials has proven challenging, but Kyungsuk Yum recently published groundbreaking research in Nature Communications that shows promise in finding a solution.

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