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...

MSE Faculty Member Thomas Scharf Receives National Science Foundation Award

January 2008

Dr. Thomas W. Scharf of the Materials Science and Engineering Department received an unsolicited three-year research grant for $210,000 on “Structure and Interface Evolution in Self-Lubricating Coatings and Nanocomposites for Moving Mechanical Assemblies ” from the National Science...

UNT to offer first-ever degree in combined engineering programs; World renowned professor will head new department

February 2006

The University of North Texas plans to become the first university in the nation to offer a degree in mechanical and energy engineering. To that end, they've tapped one of the outstanding leaders in the field to head up the new program in their College of Engineering. View additional information.

Engineering dean elected to top seat

November 2004

Oscar N. Garcia, the founding dean of the University of North Texas College of Engineering, has been elected to the board of directors of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. Read more.