- Tuesday, June 12, 2012
Texas, Tom and Jerry, and a Thirsty Planet – Pacific Standard Features the GRACE Satellites as they Celebrate 10 Years in Space
Learn how scientists at The University of Texas at Austin’s Center for Space Research are measuring the loss of water around the world with a pair of aging satellites known as GRACE on the Pacific Standard website.
For the first time in six years of competition, the UT UAV team autonomously landed its aircraft...
UT’s supercomputing research arm is part of a coalition of universities behind ADCIRC, a computer program that predicts and simulates storm surges. Now the coalition is receiving a $3 million grant from the National Science Foundation to update the computer code, with the goal of providing more timely predictions for the emergency responders who need to make decisions on evacuations and other response efforts. (Austin-American Statesman, October 19, 2014)
A new $3 million grant from the National Science Foundation will help the University of Texas at Austin's Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences to further develop a high-tech, super-computer powered storm surge simulator that could help emergency officials better plan hurricane responses. (Austin Business Journal, October 20, 2014)
Glenn Lightsey talks about miniature satellites for Deep Space Industries's test missions occurring in 2015 (PRX, August, 25, 2014)