Posts in Author: Alyssa Galganov

July 30th, 2019

Intellectual Property

The development, ownership, management, use, and marketing of intellectual property developed at the University are governed by The Intellectual Property Policy of The University of Texas System. The policy may be found at the following site: UT System Intellectual Property UTD Intellectual Property Policy ( PM-36.doc) Intellectual property is any invention, creation, discovery, scientific or …read more

July 30th, 2019

Cost of Research

The University expects external sponsors to pay the actual costs of conducting the sponsored project. These costs include both the direct and the indirect (also know as facilities and administrative) cost obligations incurred by the University in the conduct of a project. The direct costs, that is, those costs that are clearly identified with and …read more

March 6th, 2019

Q&A with Dr. Kantarcioglu

We are surrounded by an incredible expanse of data, created at an exponential rate and offered on a multitude of electronic devices; a wealth of significant information at the ready to benefit a population eager to absorb it. Can this bountiful data be protected from theft, exploitation, and other misuse yet still be shared with …read more

August 22nd, 2017

Dr. Stoneback is Rocking It: Light Guitar and Space Science

Dr. Russell Stoneback spent his childhood with lots of questions needing answers, developing an avid interest in the physical properties and phenomena of the world around him. He went on to pursue those physics interests at UT Austin, where he also started playing music and supported himself by working in construction. That harmonious combination of …read more

March 28th, 2017

Q&A with NSF Fellowship Awardee, PhD Chemistry Student

Over 13,000 students applied to the Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) from the National Science Foundation (NSF), but only 2,000 succeeded in receiving an award. Candace Benjamin, UT Dallas PhD student and “super scientist” in the Gassensmith Lab, shines among those winners. Candace will receive three years of financial support towards a research-based masters or …read more