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College Hosts Innovation Day

College Hosts Innovation Day

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Innovation Day brought together students, faculty, alumni and industry representatives to showcase and celebrate the transformative research being performed in UTA’s engineering laboratories.

BE Student Attends Graduate Research Fellowship Program Conference

BE Student Attends Graduate Research Fellowship Program Conference

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Arturo Velazquez, a UTA College of Engineering Ambassador, recently attended the Graduate Research Fellowship Program Conference at Georgia Tech.

TxDOT Grants Allow UTA Civil Engineers to Build More Resilient Roadways

TxDOT Grants Allow UTA Civil Engineers to Build More Resilient Roadways

Monday, April 15, 2019

Civil engineering researchers Mohsen Shahandashti and Sahadat Hossain are working with TxDOT to better monitor and predict soil weakness, which can lead to slope failures on state highways.

MAE's Kim Collaborates on Robot Feasibility Study

MAE's Kim Collaborates on Robot Feasibility Study

Friday, March 22, 2019

Daejong Kim has partnered with a long-time friend from his home nation of South Korea to help find a more effective way for steelmaking companies to inspect and maintain their facilities.

NAE Member Surendra Shah Joins College of Engineering

NAE Member Surendra Shah Joins College of Engineering

Thursday, March 21, 2019

Surendra Shah, a National Academy of Engineering member and internationally renowned expert on cementitious materials, has joined the faculty of UTA's College of Engineering.
Article by BE's Lee Highlighted in Nature Photonics

Article by BE's Lee Highlighted in Nature Photonics

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

An article by Juhyun Lee about a super-resolution imaging technique was highlighted by the journal Nature Photonics in its March issue.

CE's Smits Designing Sustainable Practices for Artisanal Gold Mining

CE's Smits Designing Sustainable Practices for Artisanal Gold Mining

Monday, March 18, 2019

Kate Smits is part of a team that is working to find ways to increase sustainability and lessen the negative effects of artisanal gold mining while allowing communities to continue their ancestral way of life.

UTA Lab Teams with India to Fix Large Penstock Pipes

UTA Lab Teams with India to Fix Large Penstock Pipes

Monday, March 18, 2019

Mohammad Najafi is teaming with the Indian Society for Trenchless Technology to work with the government of India to solve leakage of large-diameter pipes that carry storm water to provide hydroelectric power to Indian communities.

IMSE's Krejci Earns Grant to Study Food Transportation for Farmers

IMSE's Krejci Earns Grant to Study Food Transportation for Farmers

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Caroline Krejci will use a $299,310 grant from the Southern Sustainable Agriculture Research & Education program to explore how to make food transportation cheaper and easier through collaborative transportation and aggregation.

MAE's Huang Earns Grants to Monitor Structural Health and Detect Damage

MAE's Huang Earns Grants to Monitor Structural Health and Detect Damage

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Haiying Huang has earned a pair of grants worth nearly $900,000 to monitor structural health and detect when and where damage happens.

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