New Discovery Could Change How Many Materials Are Designed

September 2016

New research published this week in the online publication Nature is challenging a theory that is more than 50 years old and could change how some materials are designed in the future. A team of researchers, including professor Rajiv Mishra and post-doctoral researcher...

Computer Science Student's Internship at NASA Fulfills Lifelong Dream

September 2016

My name is Jonathan Roosa, and I am currently starting my third year at UNT in the CSE Department, studying Computer Science. Over this past Summer, I represented UNT at NASA, where I interned with the International Space Station (ISS) Vehicle Office at NASA’s Johnson Space Center. While there, I...

UNT Computer Science and Engineering Hosts Robocamp 2016

September 2016

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) offered a number of programs this summer across Dallas-Fort worth area to introduce young women and young men entering 7th through 12th grades to game and mobile apps development. This year CSE hosted six STEM (Science, Technology,...

College of Engineering Hosts SUPER 2016 Students for Summer Research

September 2016

This summer the College of Engineering hosted 17 student intern researchers for the Summer Undergraduate Program in Engineering Research (SUPER). The students selected this year joined us from Instituto Tecnologico de Saltillo (ITS) in Mexico, Mody University in India, and Chulalongkorn University...

UNT Graduate Student Helps Introduce Children to Aviation

August 2016

UNT College of Engineering graduate student Alex Reese had an opportunity to introduce children to aviation this summer during Moon Day 2016 at Dallas Love Field’s Frontiers of Flight Museum. Moon Day is the biggest annual space exposition in Texas, and this year’s event featured guest speaker...