Dr. Swigger receives NSF grant to study global software development teams

January 2008

In the modern global economy, employees increasingly find themselves working with colleagues in other places, other cultures. The National Science Foundation has awarded $499,252 to Kathleen Swigger, professor of computer science and engineering in the College of Engineering, to study the...

CSE Faculty Member Dr. Saraju P. Mohanty receives NSF research grant

January 2008

Dr. Saraju P. Mohanty received NSF research-grant to support his research in nanoscale CMOS modeling and estimation. The project titled "A Comprehensive Methodology for Early Power-Performance Estimation of Nano-CMOS Digital Systems" will span over three years, 2007-2010. The primary goal of this...

UNT faculty members receive awards for research

January 2008

Two University of North Texas faculty members have received $5,000 Ralph E. Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement Awards from Oak Ridge Associated Universities. Oak Ridge Associated Universities, or ORAU, is a consortium of 96 major research institutes that advances science and education by providing...

MSE Faculty Member Receives ACS-PRF Young Investigator Award

January 2008

Dr. Thomas W. Scharf of the Materials Science and Engineering Department received an American Chemical Society (ACS) - Petroleum Research Fund (PRF) grant on “In Situ Chemical Diagnostic Tribology of Dry and Lubricated Thin Film-Based Technologies.”  In this research, Dr. Scharf will...

MSE Faculty Member Raj Banerjee Receives National Science Foundation Award

January 2008

Title: Probing the Early Stages of Second Phase Nucleation and Phase Separation in Titanium Alloys Titanium alloys have been applied in a number of product areas, including commercial aircraft and engines and, in contrast, bio-medical engineering, largely because of a combination of attractive...