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News Topic computer-science was found in 14 news releases in the year 2016.

October 2016

  • UTA Computer Science and Engineering professor to use data mining to benefit individual diagnosis, treatment for cancer patients
    Precision medicine

    Monday, October 31, 2016

    News Topics: computer science, engineering, health and fitness, innovation, medicine, research, science

    A UTA computer science and engineering professor will develop big data mining tools using a National Science Foundation grant that will use large amounts of complex patient data to better aid doctors in determining what medical action is necessary. The research also could lead to discovering paths in which certain diseases might be remedied.

  • UTA breaks ground for new $125 million Science and Engineering Innovation and Research building
    SEIR groundbreaking

    Thursday, October 27, 2016

    News Topics: biology, chemistry, computer science, engineering, innovation, medicine, mental health, nursing, physics, research

    Texas elected officials and numerous university supporters and faculty joined UTA President Vistasp M. Karbhari to break ground Thursday, Oct. 27 on UTA’s new $125 million Science and Engineering Innovation and Research building, which will be the signature research facility for life and health science research at UTA.

  • UTA researchers use artificial intelligence to assess, enhance cognitive abilities in school-aged children
    Computer learning

    Thursday, October 13, 2016

    News Topics: computer science, engineering, health and fitness, research

    UTA researchers, led by Professor Fillia Makedon, will use artificial intelligence and advanced computational models to help experts assess learning difficulties in children at a very early age, leading to help for these children. The project uses the latest technology in computer vision, machine learning and data mining.

September 2016

  • UTA researchers developing novel model to help data center service providers guarantee service-level objectives
    Guaranteed service

    Wednesday, September 28, 2016

    News Topics: computer science, engineering, research

    UTA computer science engineer receives National Science Foundation grant to mesh data center service level objectives with actual resources needed by computer consumers.

  • UTA to design new models for networked group learning and online work settings for the third generation of internet, or Web 3.0
    Solutions for Web 3.0

    Monday, September 12, 2016

    News Topics: computer science, faculty, liberal arts, research

    UTA is designing new models for networked group learning and online work settings for the third generation of internet, or Web 3.0. The project will bring together world leaders in the areas of language technologies, human-computer interaction, computer supported cooperative work and computer supported collaborative learning and education.

August 2016

  • UTA faculty and alumnus celebrated as “Tech Titans” in 2016 awards
    Innovators in science and education

    Tuesday, August 30, 2016

    News Topics: alumni, computer science, science

    Three faculty and a graduate of UTA won Tech Titans Awards for excellence and leadership in technology fields in 2016, announced at a recent celebratory gala. UTA professors won the the Tech Titans Inventors Award and Tech Titans of the Future University Award and a UTA alumnus was named Tech Titans Corporate Company CEO of the year.

  • UTA researcher wins grant to use data mining to improve diagnosis, treatment of depression
    Mining thoughts

    Wednesday, August 10, 2016

    News Topics: computer science, engineering, medicine, psychology

    A UTA computer science and engineering professor has received a National Science Foundation grant that would use data mining to improve diagnosis and treatment of patients with depression.

  • UTA engineering researcher to develop tools to better analyze complex patient data
    Big data

    Monday, August 8, 2016

    News Topics: computer science, engineering, health and fitness, innovation, medicine, research

    An assistant professor of Computer Science and Engineering is the fourth UTA professor to receive a National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development, or CAREER, grant. Junzhou Huang will employ multiple methods to access and analyze very large, complex patient data. This research could ultimately allow scientists and doctors to make better clinical predictions and work toward cures for diseases.

July 2016

  • UTA researchers use text-mining techniques to improve market intelligence on potential mergers and acquisitions of startups in the high-tech sector
    Improving Business Intelligence

    Wednesday, July 13, 2016

    News Topics: business, computer science, research

    UTA researcher Gene Moo Lee has created a new method that uses big data analytics and text-mining techniques to improve market intelligence and explain potential mergers and acquisitions of startup companies in the fast-moving high-technology industry.

June 2016

May 2016

April 2016

  • UTA scientists demonstrate that electrical stimulation of deep brain structures under the cortex could help ease chronic pain
    Alleviating pain

    Monday, April 4, 2016

    News Topics: computer science, engineering, psychology, research, science

    UTA professors Yuan Peng and J.-C. Chiao have demonstrated that electrical stimulation of the deep brain structures under the cortex could ease chronic pain. Their results were published in the leading neuroscience journal Experimental Brain Research.

March 2016

  • UTA researcher would transform sensor network into device with supercomputer power
    Computing power

    Tuesday, March 8, 2016

    News Topics: computer science, engineering, research

    Ioannis Schizas, an assistant professor in the Electrical Engineering Department, is creating a low-cost framework through an NSF grant to create a low-cost sensing system that will generate supercomputer power for applications in surveillance and defense, healthcare applications or structural monitoring for bridges and buildings.

February 2016