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January 19, 2022

Guihua Yu Receives Prestigious Hackerman Award for Innovative, Wide-Ranging Research in Nanotechnology

Cockrell School of Engineering professor Guihua Yu, a materials scientist and engineer in the Walker Department of Mechanical Engineering and in UT’s Texas Materials Institute and Energy Institute, has received the 2022 Norman Hackerman Award in Chemical Research from ... Read the story

January 18, 2022

That's a Moiré: Researchers Reveal New Properties of Twisted, Layered Graphene Material

Graphene has earned the moniker of "wonder material" because it is one of the strongest known materials and has a huge variety of practical applications. An international team led by researchers from The University of Texas at Austin has ... Read the story

January 11, 2022

Ashley James (A.J.) Welch, a leading biophotonics researcher and one of the founding faculty members of the Department of Biomedical Engineering at UT, died at the age of 88 on January 1, 2022. Welch leaves a legacy of fundamental ... Read the story

January 07, 2022

11 Texas Engineers Among 1% Most-Cited Researchers

Researchers across the Cockrell School of Engineering were among the most frequently cited in their fields in 2021. A total of 11 Texas Engineers made the list of the top 1% most highly cited researchers in the world, as ... Read the story

December 31, 2021

University of Texas Alumnus and Longtime Supporter W.A. ‘Tex’ Moncrief Jr. Dies at 101

William “Tex” Moncrief, one of the first graduates of The University of Texas at Austin’s petroleum engineering program (B.S. 1942) and a pioneer in the oil and gas industry, died Wednesday, Dec. 29, at the age of 101. Moncrief, ... Read the story

December 28, 2021

Alan Bovik Awarded 2022 IEEE Edison Medal

Alan Bovik, professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, has been named the recipient of the 2022 Edison Medal from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) for "pioneering high-impact scientific and engineering contributions leading to the perceptually ... Read the story


December 19, 2021

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