Computers that Communicate: Natalie Parde and the Next Generation of Teachable Agents

June 2014

Natalie Parde and her Teachable-Agent. Photo by William Snyder First year graduate student Natalie Parde has become the third UNT College of Engineering student to earn a Graduate Research Fellowship from the National Science Foundation to support her research into natural language processing and...

National Association of Corrosion Engineers DFW Chapter Meets at Discovery Park

June 2014

Dr. Seifollah Nasrazadani and Casey Thurber, Chairman of the Student UNT chapter of NACE Chapter. The National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) North Texas Meeting, held on June 4 at Discovery Park, was well attended by industry engineers and practitioners of Corrosion Science and...

Global Connection: Thai engineering students

May 2014

The College of Engineering's Summer Undergraduate Program in Engineering Research (SUPER) allows international students and UNT faculty to transcend cultures and time-zones to work on challenging engineering research projects. This spring, the program supported 17 students from...

UNT Engineer Teams with Local Startup to Develop Portable Computing System

May 2014

Shengli Fu, interim chair of the Department of Electrical Engineering, has teamed with Dallas-based Myth Innovations to develop the Mi World™ Portable Computing System (PCS), which is a revolutionary next step for PCs and mobile devices. Mi World™ PCS is a secure portable computer, media server and...