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CE's Puppala Working to Develop Better Ways to Shore up Embankments

CE's Puppala Working to Develop Better Ways to Shore up Embankments

Thursday, November 15, 2018

Anand Puppala is using $600,000 grant funding from the U.S. DOT regional center and TxDOT to employ geopolymers for soil modification and sustainable cement materials to strengthen highway embankments in the Paris, Texas, district.

UTA Engineer Magazine Feature: Engineering Healthcare

UTA Engineer Magazine Feature: Engineering Healthcare

Thursday, November 15, 2018

UTA researchers are applying insights from industrial, manufacturing, and systems engineering to improve the quality, effciency, and safety of health care for patients and providers

UTA Engineer Magazine Feature: From Farm to Fruit Tray

UTA Engineer Magazine Feature: From Farm to Fruit Tray

Thursday, November 15, 2018

IMSE's Caroline Krejci is working to find solutions to economically bring food hubs to cities.

UTA Engineer Magazine Feature: Making Medicine Smarter

UTA Engineer Magazine Feature: Making Medicine Smarter

Thursday, November 15, 2018

UTA's RFID/RAID Labs are using technology to make medicine smarter.

UTA Engineer Magazine Feature: After the Storm

UTA Engineer Magazine Feature: After the Storm

Thursday, November 15, 2018

When Hurricane Harvey finished wreaking havoc on the Texas coast, UTA engineers were there to help cities recover — and prepare for the next disaster

MAE's Woods Featured in Southern Automotive Magazine

MAE's Woods Featured in Southern Automotive Magazine

Thursday, November 15, 2018

Longtime mechanical engineering professor and Formula SAE team adviser Bob Woods was featured in the October/November 2018 issue of Southern Automotive magazine.

EE's Zhou Developing Bioresorbable Sensor Platform for Brain Monitoring

EE's Zhou Developing Bioresorbable Sensor Platform for Brain Monitoring

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Weidong Zhou is working in collaboration with a pioneer in the field to develop an implantable optical probe that can be inserted in the brain and used to monitor brain function after traumatic injuries or surgeries, then be absorbed by the body.

MAE's Woods Named Inaugural Dr. Bob Woods Distinguished Chair

MAE's Woods Named Inaugural Dr. Bob Woods Distinguished Chair

Friday, November 2, 2018

rst recipient of an endowed chair established in his honor in 2017 through a gift from Paul E. Andrews Jr., an entrepreneur and businessman.

MAE's Iarve Leads Composite Testing for Aeronautical Industry

MAE's Iarve Leads Composite Testing for Aeronautical Industry

Thursday, November 1, 2018

Endel Iarve is part of a $1 million U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory grant looking at establishing fatigue and durability standards for materials used in aircraft.

EE's Vasilyev Developing Chip-Scale System for Quantum Communications

EE's Vasilyev Developing Chip-Scale System for Quantum Communications

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Michael Vasilyev and his research partner recently received a three-year, $750,000 National Science Foundation grant to address challenges of large-scale deployment of quantum communication systems.

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