The National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded Dr. Qing Gu, Assistant Professor of electrical and computer engineering, a $500,000 Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award for her continuous research on developing novel lasers. Dr. Gu’s Environmentally Stable Electrically Pumped Perovskite Laser project will enable efficient and low-cost integrated photonic solutions for confocal microscopy, on-chip fluorescent sensing, …read more
The Office of Sponsored Projects is putting together a series of short videos in an effort to keep University researchers abreast of the ever-changing Sponsored Programs Administration climate. In this second short video, Associate Director Emily Lacy discusses Limited Submission.
In this video, we will present relevant data to illustrate the potential of Asylum Research’s JupiterXR AFM in semiconductor and 2D materials research. Juniper product page: https://afm.oxinst.com/products/jupiter-family-of-afms/jupiter-xr-afm
NASA has awarded Dr. Hui Zhu, a Research Associate in Space Sciences, $545,640 for her research on the Characteristics of Magnetic Dips in the Inner Magnetosphere. The goal of this project is to characterize the statistical features of magnetic dips in the inner magnetosphere and to quantify the response of radiation belt electrons to magnetic …read more
The Office of Research is pleased to announce the launch of Cayuse IRB for submission of new applications as well as Continuing Review applications and Modifications for existing studies beginning August 24th, 2020. Cayuse IRB is an online submission portal that will manage IRB protocols from initial submission to closeout. Implementation of Cayuse includes inputting …read more
Dr. Michael Kilgard Continues Research On Therapies for Vagus Nerve Stimulation in Spinal Cord Injury Patients
The Wings for Life Spinal Cord Research Foundation awarded Dr. Michael Kilgard of the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, $815,374 for his research on Enhancing Recovery in Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Patients with Vagus Nerve Stimulation (VNS). This project is an extension of a previously funded three-year project with Wings for Life which supported …read more
STEM Education, Pandemics, and Policing: Geospatial Considerations and Re-imagined Possibilities The Comet Corner Series, created by the UT Dallas Office of Research and in partnership with the schools across our campus, hosts chats with some of our notable alumni and hear how they have taken their research out into the world and made an impact.
The Office of Sponsored Projects is putting together a series of short videos in an effort to keep University researchers abreast of the ever-changing Sponsored Programs Administration climate. In this first short video, Grants and Contracts Specialist Matthew Kingore discusses the Request for Proposal or RFP.
The Center Stage Seminar Series events showcase the brilliant research taking place at The University of Texas at Dallas Centers. In this Center Stage Seminar Series event, Dr. Reza Moheimani, Professor of Systems Engineering, Founder and Director of the Center for Atomically Precise Fabrication of Solid-State Quantum Devices at The University of Texas at Dallas, …read more
Drs. Faruck Morcos, Justin Ruths, and Tyler Summers share new ways to interpret the vast amount of data researchers accumulate. An elegant and effective tool for network inference and so much more is shared in this Data Analysis 101 Workshop.