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Center for Advanced Scientific Computing and Modeling at UNT
UNT Mean Green Racing Driver Training
iDirector with Arun Devaraj
UNT experts discuss the science of Christmas
Senior Design - Fine Particulate Copper Filtration System
Why North Texas? College of Engineering Video Viewbook
Virtual Tour of UNT's Zero Energy Lab
UNT ASME UAV
STARS Spring 2013
UNT Senior Design Day 2013
Institute for Science and Engineering Simulation (ISES)
Vestas Winnovation Case Challenge 2012
Jeremy Gonzales Giving to UNT
UNT 2012 Hackathon
Mobile Life Guard
Spectra Season 3 Episode 2
#TheGreenScreen: Geek Week
ETEC 20th Anniversary Celebration
Tech Titans of the Future: University
Tips, Topics and Techniques for STEM Summer Camps
Why UNT? India
UNT Senior Design Day 2012
Zero Energy Research Lab Ribbon-Cutting
Jennifer Williams, UNT Grad Student
UNT Autonomous Systems Laboratory
Robocamp for Girls Receives Tech-Titan Award
UNT Receives Largest Gift Ever (Full Reception)
Electrical Engineering Tour
Materials Science and Engineering Tour
Mechanical and Energy Engineering Tour
Jeff Helstad, UNT Senior
At the Center for Advanced Scientific Computing and Modeling in the College of Engineering, at the University of North Texas, there are terrific facilities, both computationally and experimentally. There are nearly 100 researchers from across disciplines including materials science and engineering, chemistry, physics, biology, and mechanical engineering to solve a broad range of problems important to materials science.
UNT Mean Green Racing driver training day featuring two new drivers.
Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory (EMSL) Director, Allison Campbell talks with Arun Devaraj about his research and experience at EMSL.
Scientists at the University of North Texas have the inside scoop on Santa's new, light-weight sleigh technology and his plans to use wormholes to deliver gifts even faster this Christmas.
Students are presenting their senior design project - Fine Particulate Copper Filtration System.
Hear from students from Thailand what it is like to study at the University of North Texas (UNT) College of Engineering.
UNT's Zero Energy Laboratory is a testing ground for current and future sustainable technologies, and is the only lab of its kind in Texas. Faculty and students from UNT's College of Engineering conduct research in the lab to better understand how humans use energy, and how technology can improve the planet.
UNT drone research featured on NSF website. Click here for more information.
First flight!!!!! UNT ASME UAV
Video of the projects for the STARS Leadership Corps at UNT Computer Science and Engineering in Denton Texas.
Take a look at some of the projects shown on 2013 at University of North Texas' College of Engineering Senior Design Day.
MyFoxDFW.com video covering the new app developed by Dr Ram Dantu's UNT research team to aid in 911 emergency response.
A research team lead by Ram Dantu of the University of North Texas sees the growth of cell phone and smart phone usage as an opportunity to improve 9-1-1 response. With support from the National Science Foundation (NSF), his team designed several innovative smart phone apps that virtually place 9-1-1 operators at the scene of an emergency, allowing them to quickly and accurately collect information, assist victims and help first responders save lives.
NBCDFW Video: The Princeton Review has named the University of North Texas among the “greenest colleges” in the US.
A short piece with members of the ISES research team discussing the goals of ISES and methods used to reach their goals.
27 engineering students at the Vestas Technology R&D centre in Denmark for 2 days to solve some of Vestas' future challenges on the Energy Market, focusing on how to reduce Costs and enhance Quality.
University of North Texas SAE Build Team.
Thoughts from Jeremy Gonzalez on his background, why he chose UNT and the impact of scholarships on his life. Help students like Jeremy realize their dreams of a college education.
Among the featured participants of the 2012 UNT Hackathon are Trey Tartt, Chris Hokamp, Kyle Taylor, and Ravi Sinha.
A short demo of a vehicle safety application developed at UNT.
A game developed by a UNT research team led by Dr. Gayatri Mehta designed to discover algorithms by making use of human intuition and ability to recognize patterns and opportunities even in complex problems. Visit their website to play the game and learn more about the project.
An interview from Spectra, a North Texas Television show.
On this edition of #TheGreenScreen, we visited Discovery Park for some Geek Week fun.
The College of Engineering held a celebration on September 20th, 2012, to mark the 20th anniversary of the Department of Engineering Technology. The celebration was kicked off by this brief speech.
Jim McGee at Huawei presenting. University of North Texas Net-Centric wins.
Hear from Indian students of what they have to say about UNT! Are you a student from India interested in going to the University of North Texas? Click here for more information!
Take a look at a few of the projects shown April 27th, 2012 at the Design Day event held by the College of Engineering.
The main event at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the College of Engineering's new Zero Energy Research Laboratory or "Z0E". Here President Rawlins and project leader Dr. Tao cut the ribbon together officially opening the new building.
Portrait of Jennifer Williams, Masters student in the College of Electrical Engineering at the University of North Texas.
University of North Texas graduate student Gottipati Naga Sravani and her faculty mentor Kamesh Namuduri, associate professor of electrical engineering, talk about their research in the autonomous systems laboratory at Discovery Park.
UNT College of Engineering's Robocamp for Girls was recognized with the Metroplex Technology Business Council's (MTBC) Tech Titan of the Future-University Level award for the program's creative, innovative approach to encouraging girls to pursue engineering careers. The Tech Titan Award was presented by the MTBC, the largest technology trade non-profit organization in Texas, at the 10th Annual Tech Titans Awards Gala on Aug. 27.
Charn Uswachoke, a University of North Texas alum, has pledged $22 million -- the school's largest gift ever -- to support music, engineering and business. Read More...
Come along for a virtual field trip tour of three departments in UNT's College of Engineering and hear about the exciting project-based work students and faculty have going on. High school students will receive valuable tips on how to prepare academically and what technical and soft skills are useful for a rewarding career in electrical engineering.
Come along for a virtual field trip tour of three departments in UNT's College of Engineering and hear about the exciting project-based work students and faculty have going on. High school students will receive valuable tips on how to prepare academically and what technical and soft skills are useful for a rewarding career in material science and engineering.
Come along for a virtual field trip tour of three departments in UNT's College of Engineering and hear about the exciting project-based work students and faculty have going on. High school students will receive valuable tips on how to prepare academically and what technical and soft skills are useful for a rewarding career in mechanical and energy engineering.
University of North Texas senior Jeff Helstad talks about his research and mentors in the College of Engineering.