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A group of UNT engineering students are competing to revolutionize the way we travel, as featured in a story by NBC5. Picked by SpaceX Founder Elon Musk as part of a worldwide competition, the group has to design a pod that can travel at more than 700 miles an hour inside a Hyperloop, which is a...
Dr. David S. Rosenblum, a Computer Science and Engineering alumnus, was recently featured in the People of ACM, a bulletin of the Association for Computing Machinery. According to the organization’s website, People of ACM features “ACM members whose personal and professional stories are a source of...
The College of Engineering is currently looking for qualified students to join our Engineering Ambassador Team. What activities do Ambassadors do for the College? Engineering Ambassadors at a ribbon cutting ceremony for new lab space. Student Engineering Ambassadors are the face of UNT...
Read more: Gleipnir: A Memory Analysis Tool (PDF), UNT-based Research Center Honored with Industry Award, and Net-Centric Computing The Oak Ridge Leadership Computer Facility tool featured in "Finding New Ways to Optimize Code" utilizes Gleipnir, a plug-in that studies and analyzes data...
The 2015 Student Competition on Cold-Formed Steel Design received 34 entries from eight universities in Brazil, Canada, China, India, Iran, Mexico, and the United States, and winners were recently announced. Now in its fifth year, the competition helps promote a professional interest in cold-formed...