Where Research Meets the Real World

Welcome to Texas Engineering — one of the nation’s most dynamic research hubs where discoveries change lives.


Happening now at Texas Engineering

Engineering campus skyline with text "We are Texas Engineering"

Working Together to Solve Society's Most Challenging Problems

Find Out How

Students in Texas Inventionworks project space meeting and laughing

Transforming Ideas Into Realities in Texas Inventionworks

Learn More

Explore Our 80+ Engineering Student Organizations

Watch Playlist

View of Austin skyline from Ladybird Lake

An Interview with Cockrell School Dean Roger Bonnecaze

Read in Texas Engineer Magazine

animated illustration of heart pumping electricity through artm

Blood Pressure E-Tattoo Promises Continuous, Mobile Monitoring

Blood pressure is one of the most important indicators of heart health, but it’s tough to frequently and reliably measure outside of a clinical setting. For decades, cuff-based devices that...Keep Reading

Woodrow Winchester in the EER

Woodrow W. Winchester III Selected to Lead Texas Engineering Executive Education

Woodrow W. Winchester, III, an expert in engineering professional development and continuing education, has been named the new executive director of Texas Engineering Executive Education (TxEEE) in the Cockrell School... Keep Reading

student wearing raptor dinosaur robot suit

Students Engineer a Creative, Collaborative Future for Themed Entertainment

Ambient lighting and ethereal depictions of Greek mythology welcome visitors to Daedalus: The Lost Wings, Texas Theme Park Engineering & Design’s latest pop-up attraction. Teams of UT students enter a room filled with artifacts and puzzles – a tiny Grecian boat, a... Keep Reading