Construction Engineering Technology researchers
Our faculty and students work side-by-side, engaging in innovative, creative research using known or emerging technologies and applying advanced science, engineering and mathematics to solve today's toughest industrial problems.

Research Overview

The University of North Texas is a student-centered university focusing on research, scholarship and creative activities that make a difference in communities around the globe. Student and faculty researchers in the Department of Engineering Technology use known or emerging technologies and apply advanced science, engineering and mathematics to solve today's toughest industrial problems. Opportunities abound for you to engage in deploying solutions to a variety of industry-led problems, conduct field work or assist faculty in research projects funded by industry, state or federal sources.

Research Areas
Some of the research areas in the engineering technology department include:

  • Full scale structure testing and analysis using wireless sensor networks
  • Wind and earthquake engineering
  • High-rise building testing and analysis
  • Thin-walled, cold-formed steel structures and computational mechanics
  • Structural stability
  • Data mining and process simulation
  • Quality systems design
  • Quality management in construction
  • Green and sustainable building
  • Green manufacturing/Design for waste and pollution prevention
  • Analog and mixed signal IC design and simulation
  • VLSI architectures
  • Biomedical optics and electronic instrumentation
  • Dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) components and networking
  • Guided wave and free-space optical interconnects
  • Polymer-based integrated optics
  • Electromechanical systems control and automation
  • Corrosion analysis and abatement
  • Microlubrication in machining
  • Mechanical behavior of materials and microstructure relationships
  • Manufacturing processes
  • Fracture and failure of structural materials, nanoscale deformation and surface mechanics
  • Building energy conservation
  • Stirling engine cycle
  • Tool design
  • Thermal management of high power devices
  • Energy efficient building technologies
  • Spray-based cooling
  • Characterization of piezoelectric materials
  • Modeling of piezoelectric devices
  • Nondestructive testing

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