Research Related

November 1st, 2021

A New Breath Analyzer Device Can Detect Coronavirus in 30 Seconds

With over 245 million cases of coronavirus worldwide and 4.​96 million deaths, rapid screening is urgently needed. The integration of engineering and basic science has resulted in impactful biomedical advancement to make this possible. Dr. Shalini Prasad and her team at the University of Texas at Dallas have teamed up with Dallas-based SOTECH Health to develop a …read more

October 26th, 2021

Research 411 Talk Show: The North Texas COVID Data Viewer

Learn more about COVID data sources and how elected officials use the information to shape public health and recovery policy during this Research 411 talk show. Dr. Rafael Martín, UT Dallas vice president and chief of staff, and Dr. Timothy Bray, Institute for Urban Policy Research director, discuss the COVID-19 data system that Dr. Bray …read more

October 26th, 2021

Comet Corner Series: Centering Humanity in Medicine

The Comet Corner Series, created by the UT Dallas Office of Research and Innovation and in partnership with the schools across our campus, hosts chats with some of our notable alumni to hear how they have taken their research out into the world and made #UTDResearchImpact. The Humanities and Medical Sciences are naturally and deeply …read more

October 21st, 2021

UT Dallas at Fed Supernova

On September 28th and 29th, UT Dallas President Richard Benson led a delegation to Fed Supernova in Austin, Texas. Organized by Capital Factory, this event brought together hundreds of Department of Defense (DOD), corporate, and academic representatives to collaborate in improving our national defense. Over 1,000 more attended virtually. The US Department of Defense and its …read more

October 18th, 2021

NSF CAREER Spotlight Series – Dr. Giacomo Valerio Iungo

Ever wonder what it takes to secure National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER funding? In this NSF Spotlight Series session, Dr. Giacomo Valerio Iungo, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering and NSF CAREER Awardee, shares the importance of shaping good scientific ideas in a compelling proposal, including thorough management in the preparation of the required material.

October 15th, 2021

Dr. Lindsay King Awarded Over $300,000 From NSF

Dr. Lindsay King received $322,867 from the the National Science Foundation for her REU in Theoretical and Experimental Physics. The REU site in experimental and theoretical physics will develop the research, problem-solving, and communication skills of eight REU Fellows. The program seeks to broaden participation and retention in physics and other scientific careers of under-represented groups. The …read more

October 8th, 2021

Dr. Tyler Holt Summers awarded $500,000 from NSF

Dr. Tyler Holt Summers received $500,000 from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for his research on CAREER: Data-Driven Control of Dynamical Networks: Robustness, Risk, and Network Architectures. Dr. Summers will build a framework for analysis and design of data-driven control algorithms and architectures for dynamical networks. The application focus will be on autonomous energy grids …read more

October 1st, 2021

Dr. Jie Zhang Receives Over $800,000 from ONR

The Office of Naval Research awarded Dr. Jie Zhang $808,762 for his research on Learning on Graphs for Resilience Decision-Support in Real-World Networks. This project is to develop a unified “learning on graphs” framework that enables generation of robust, scalable, and generalizable combinatorial policies over graphs, to support real-time decision-making for recovery of disrupted real-world networks. The following integrative research activities …read more