Friday, February 26, 2021
UNT-led team successfully completes testing with NASA as part of the Advanced Air Mobility National Campaign Developmental Test Simulation Activity
DENTON (UNT), Texas – A team of companies and universities led by the University of North Texas College of Engineering has successfully completed testing scenarios developed by NASA as part of Advanced Air Mobility National Campaign Developmental Test simulation activity.
Wednesday, September 2, 2020
With $780K Army grant, UNT friction experts are helping build more efficient drones
DENTON (UNT), Texas — Diana Berman, Samir Aouadi and Andrey Voevodin of the department of Materials Science and Engineering, the University of North Texas,...
Thursday, August 13, 2020
UNT researchers receive million-dollar DOD grant to study fundamental bonding in metallic alloys
A University of North Texas research team is working to better understand how metal alloys function at the atomic level with a $1 million grant from the Department of Defense, under the U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research....
Wednesday, July 1, 2020
UNT graduate works to protect soldiers in the field through drone research
Since beginning college, University of North Texas student Kelly Jacques wanted to use her engineering talents to minimize the need for soldiers on the battlefield. And now, thanks to a scholarship from the U.S. Department of Defense, she is getting her chance....
Wednesday, June 3, 2020
UNT student’s research a breath of fresh air for astronauts
Alyssa Sarvadi, a recent graduate of the University of North Texas College of Engineering, believes they have found a better way to clean the air aboard space ships. And, NASA agrees.
Sarvadi and their mentor, associate professor of engineering technology Huseyin Bostanci, are part of a 10-year-old NASA program that sponsors graduate students and their professors who show significant potential to contribute to the space agency’s goal of creating innovative new space technologies.
Wednesday, May 13, 2020
UNT answering industry’s growing cybersecurity, geospatial data demands
DENTON (UNT), Texas — An estimated 500,000 cybersecurity jobs go unfilled in our country and demand continues to rise as new technologies further ingrain in daily life. The University of North Texas will help ease industry needs with new degrees this fall in cybersecurity and engineering management as well as geographic information systems + computer science.
B.S. & M.S. IN CYBERSECURITY
Starting in August, students can choose to earn either their bachelor’s or master’s degrees in cybersecurity from UNT’s...
Thursday, April 30, 2020
UNT utilizes advanced 3-D printing labs to produce face shields
At the University of North Texas, engineers and artists are working together to create face shields for faculty and students to use once laboratories on campus start to reopen.
“Our students and faculty follow strict safety protocols in our laboratories, which means they must use safety equipment such as masks, gloves, face shields, etc.,” said Mark McLellan, vice president for research and innovation. “But, as everyone knows, there is a shortage of certain equipment due to COVID-19. Fortunately, we have the tools and the talent to make our...
Monday, February 24, 2020
UNT engineering professor develops new way to diagnose cancer
Doctors soon will have a new way to determine if a cell is cancerous by measuring its thermal properties, thanks to Tae-Youl Choi, a professor in the University of North Texas’ College of Engineering.
Choi has developed a micropipette sensor technology that will allow for a quicker and more reliable diagnosis of cancerous or precancerous cells. Doctors also should be able to determine the boundary between cancerous and healthy tissue in real time during surgery rather than having to remove tissue...
Thursday, January 16, 2020
UNT scientist squeezes power from a drop of liquid: Reverse electro-wetting will power new never-charge fitness tracker
Ifana Mahbub, an assistant professor in the Electrical Engineering Department at the University of North Texas, is using the latest energy-harvesting technology to develop a wireless, wearable fitness tracker that will never need to be charged.
“Reverse electro-wetting takes advantage of motion, any motion. For my fitness tracker, that motion will come from a person moving their arms and legs. But, if you think about it, there is motion all around us,” Mahbub said. “I envision...
Wednesday, January 15, 2020
UNT scientist to create new tool that may lead to treatments for chronic pain and stroke recovery
Ifana Mahbub, an assistant professor in the College of Engineering at the University of North Texas, is developing a wireless recording, stimulation and power system that will allow medical researchers to study and possibly treat brain diseases such as chronic neuropathic pain and post-stroke paralysis.
“My goal is to develop a microscopic, wirelessly powered, wireless system that will record neural signals from electrodes inside the brain and provide stimulation in the form of visible light...