More than 70 college faculty and researchers made this year’s list of the world’s top 2 percent of most cited scientists in their fields.
Peng Zhao’s extensive research expertise brings potential for impactful advances in electric-vehicle safety.
The Tickle College of Engineering had 73 current or former researchers make Stanford University’s list of the top 2 percent most cited in the world.
Ragini Acharya receives three-year grant from an Office of Naval Research to further the development of various aviation innovations.
UTSI and NearSpace Launch awarded a Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase I grant to conduct a feasibility study of Black Box-MCAT.
UTSI faculty and staff are celebrated at the Service Awards Celebration for their years of service.
John Schmisseur has been selected to serve as the institute’s next director and as associate dean in the Tickle College of Engineering.
UTSI hosts its 6th Annual Wu Student Presentation Competition
UTSI Research Scientist Brian Canfield, of the Center for Laser Applications, will conduct precise ultrafast laser micromachining of the diamond chips that are central to the spectrometry aspect of the research, a vital piece of the project’s overall success.
UTSI teams up with AEDC engineers to apply optical flow visualization to jet engine testing.