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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.

Texas Autocross Rescheduled to September 29-30 Due to Weather

Texas Autocross Rescheduled to September 29-30 Due to Weather

Monday, September 10, 2018

The 18th annual Texas Autocross Weekend, featuring collegiate auto racing teams from across the country, has been rescheduled to Sept. 29-30 due to forecast poor weather.

Environmental Engineer Devising System to Clean Contaminated Soil and Water

Environmental Engineer Devising System to Clean Contaminated Soil and Water

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Hyeok Choi, an associate professor of civil engineering, is devising a system that will allow easier cleanup of contaminated soil and water that the U.S. military has identified.

CSE's Datta Connects With Blockchain Provider Komodo for Student Funding

CSE's Datta Connects With Blockchain Provider Komodo for Student Funding

Monday, August 20, 2018

Computer Science and Engineering students will be eligible to compete for funding for scholarships and senior design projects because of a new agreement with Komodo, a leading provider of blockchain technology.

CSE's Song Jiang Working to Use Computer Cache to Speed Memory Access

CSE's Song Jiang Working to Use Computer Cache to Speed Memory Access

Thursday, August 9, 2018

Song Jiang is using a grant from the National Science Foundation to explore how to  make better use of a cache to increase computing speed by allowing programmers to directly access it in software.

EE Professor's Patent Gives Robots Ultra-Sensitive Skin

EE Professor's Patent Gives Robots Ultra-Sensitive Skin

Wednesday, August 8, 2018

UTA has patented a smart skin, created by a UTA electrical engineering professor Zeynep Çelik-Butler, that will give robots more sensitive tactile feeling than humans.

CSE Researcher's Device Allows Persons to Point to Objects With Their Eyes

CSE Researcher's Device Allows Persons to Point to Objects With Their Eyes

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Chris McMurrough is the inventor of a revolutionary new technology that is able to scan a user’s eye movements and enable them to navigate mobile platforms, such as electric wheelchairs, without the use of hands.

MSE's Koh Receives Patent on Novel Cold-Electron Transistor

MSE's Koh Receives Patent on Novel Cold-Electron Transistor

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

MSE's Seong-Jin Koh has received a patent on a novel cold electron transistor that drastically reduces the amount of energy required to operate as compared to traditional transistors.

CE's Mattingly Teaming to Find Solutions for Re-Entry of Former Offenders

CE's Mattingly Teaming to Find Solutions for Re-Entry of Former Offenders

Monday, July 23, 2018

Steve Mattingly is part of a team using a grant from the National Institute for Transportation and Communities to find ways to link former criminal offenders to transportation essentials to needed services.

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