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AI-Powered Civil Engineering: New NSF-backed Community Aims to Transform U.S. Infrastructure

Texas Engineers are creating a new community to unite civil engineers, cyberinfrastructure professionals and experts in artificial intelligence to better understand and protect our virtual and physical infrastructure.

Sandpaper X-ray Technique Could Change How Batteries Are Monitored

One of the newest Texas Engineers has developed a low-cost method for using x-ray tech to capture images inside batteries and then deploying a software algorithim to fill in the blanks. Instead of an x-ray lense that may cost hundreds of thousands of dollars, this new research uses a couple sheets of sandpaper to structure the illumination in a sample in a way that allows for detailed mapping at the nanoscale.

Texas Engineers Among Most Cited Researchers

Eleven Texas Engineers were among the most cited researchers in the world in 2023.

Clarivate's annual list of Highly Cited Researchers recognizes influential researchers at universities, research institutes and commercial organizations around the world who have demonstrated significant and broad influence in their fields of research

Texas Engineers Win NSF CAREER Awards

Four faculty members from the Cockrell School of Engineering have earned the National Science Foundation's prestigious Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) awards. The CAREER award provides up to five years of funding to junior faculty who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars through cutting-edge research, excellent education and the integration of education and research within the context of their organizations’ missions.

Digital Twin of UT Campus Visualizes Present, Past, Future Energy Needs

A new “digital twin” of The University of Texas at Austin campus gives the clearest picture yet of historical and current energy usage across the Forty Acres — from engineering labs, to medical facilities, to sports stadiums, to residence halls.

Measuring Underwater Carbon Capture With Sound

Texas Engineers will lead a new project on marine carbon dioxide removal, capture and storage as part of a larger research push from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).


Why Biden’s methane fee is good for U.S. oil and gas

Arvind Ravikumar
Research Associate Professor, Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering