UNT professors visit Army Research Laboratory

ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. -- Nearly a dozen professors from the University of North Texas toured the U.S. Army Research Laboratory's Aberdeen Proving Ground facilities Jan. 18-19.

The visit was part of the special relationship afforded members of ARL South, a cooperative effort based in Austin, Texas, bringing together government, industry and academia.

'ARL Researchers were excited to bring a large group of materials science professors from North Texas to the laboratory's high rate characterization, ballistic loading and blast facilities to help show them the extreme conditions that materials we design for the...

UNT’s Department of Computer Science & Engineering — Dedicated to Making Strides in Computing & Laying Foundations for Tomorrow's IT Pros

STEM subjects are among the fastest growing fields of study — and for good reason. Not only do science, technology, engineering, and math offer promising careers, but the innovations wrought from research and experimentation also benefit people and organizations around the globe. As one of the US’s major public research institutions, the University of North Texas (UNT) has long been committed to contributing to the world’s scientific knowledge base.

Several major breakthroughs have been made by UNT in recent years, such as 2016’s ...

UNT partnering with Indian Institute of Technology

As the population age 65 and older in the U.S. and the world grows, so does the need for bioimplants, such as artificial knees and hips, dental prosthetics and cardiovascular devices. Implant surgeries can be taxing on older demographics who tend to take longer to recover, and once a bioimplant is inserted, there’s no guarantee it will last. Sundeep MukherjeeUniversity of North Texas associate professor of materials science and engineering, wants to change that, the university said. “There are a lot of very pertinent issues surrounding bioimplants that need to be remedied,”...

Associate engineering dean at UNT named to prestigious board

Nandika D'Souza, associate dean for undergraduate studies at the University of North Texas College of Engineering, is now on the board of directors for the Women in Engineering ProActive Network.

The national group works to advance women in engineering and increase the prominence of different communities of women in the field. The group also researchers workplace culture issues to try to make progress on maintaining women in research and academia.

D'Souza is one of 11 board directors, and will serve in the position until June 2019.