quadrupedal robot leading way to anna hiss gym facility

A historic collaboration between the U.S. Army, the State of Texas and The University of Texas at Austin has taken a major step forward with the newly finished Army Futures Command robotics laboratory in the renovated Anna Hiss Gymnasium on campus, and a Texas ASE/EM robot led the way to the unveiling.

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Texas ASE/EM professor Tinsley Oden and alumnus David Fuentes are collaborating to advance cancer research with a new mechanistic model of tumor growth.

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Aerospace engineering senior Grace Calkins discusses her inspiration for pursuing a career in aerospace engineering, how being involved with student groups has made a difference, and how she’s coping with the transition to virtual learning during the global pandemic.

visualization of hurricane storm surge

Learn how UT's newest supercomputer, Frontera, is enabling researchers like Clint Dawson to make continuous improvements to storm surge forecast models during a record hurricane season.

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Thomas J.R. Hughes has been awarded the 2020 A.C. Eringen Medal from the Society of Engineering Science.

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K. Ravi-Chandar has been awarded the 2020 William Prager Medal from the Society of Engineering Science.

simulation of space capsule entering atmosphere

Five Texas ASE/EM faculty are working on a multidisciplinary predictive science research project funded by the Department of Energy to simulate a plasma torch.

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Alumna Melanie Weber, B.S. ASE 2004, is one of four alumni selected for the Outstanding Young Texas Ex Award which recognizes Texas Exes age 39 and younger who have made significant achievements in their careers and service tot he university.

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A team of nine undergraduate students took second place in the 2019-20 AIAA Design Competition in the Space Systems Design category while taking the Space Systems and Spacecraft/Mission senior design capstone series taught by Adam Nokes.

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The National Academy of Sciences' U.S. National Committee on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (USNC/TAM) has established a new travel fellowship program in honor of Professor Thomas J.R. Hughes.