Engineering Technology

Winners Announced in 2014 Student Competition on Cold-Formed Steel Design

After receiving entries from students in the U.S., Brazil, Canada, China, and Thailand, sponsors of the 2014 International Student Competition on Cold-Formed Steel Design have announced the winners.

College of Engineering joins research consortium

The College of Engineering has joined the Cold-Formed Steel Research Consortium (CFSRC), which brings together leading research teams across North America to provide the world's most comprehensive research on cold-formed steel structures.

L-3 Mission Integration donates equipment to UNT College of Engineering

L-3 Mission Integration has donated equipment and materials to the University of North Texas College of Engineering in an effort to help educate and inspire the next generation of aerospace professionals.

Mean Green Racing

Photo: Members from the 2014 Mean Green Racing team (right to left): Reed Greenwood, Jared Lemke, Michael Goodman and Justin Brown.

National Association of Corrosion Engineers DFW Chapter Meets at Discovery Park

Students Invited to Enter International Cold-Formed Steel Competition

The 2014 International Student Competition on Cold-Formed Steel Design is seeking students who are ready to put their creative-thinking skills to the test and eager to learn new technologies.

Cold-formed steel refers to products made by rolling or pressing thin gauges of sheet steel into goods. Cold-formed steel has several advantages over other traditional construction materials in that it weighs less, costs less, is easier to transport and requires less labor. Dr.

Patent-earning senior design project makes roads safer

When Adam Marlowe began his senior year as an engineering technology student in UNT's College of Engineering, he had an opportunity to find that solution. Seniors in the college take a two-semester capstone course in which they use the information and skills they've learned for group research projects that will solve real-world problems.

New, High-tech Engineering Laboratories to Advance Research at UNT

Engineering researchers at the University of North Texas have new, cutting-edge equipment and laboratory spaces to discover new biomaterials and to test the latest in energy-efficient products.

The College of Engineering celebrated the opening of 30,000 square feet of state-of-the-art research laboratory and teaching space at a ribbon-cutting ceremony on March 25, 2014, at Discovery Park.

TAMS student research covers broad range of topics

Students enrolled in UNT's Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science, an early college entry program for advanced high school students, conduct research and gain experience in UNT's cutting-edge lab spaces, working on projects that span the sciences and have real-world impact.

TAMS students develop medical technology, research alternative energy sources, investigate neurological conditions and help develop new materials that can change how everyday products are manufactured and used.

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