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Todd Humphreys Honored for GPS Work

Todd Humphreys, a professor in the Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics at The University of Texas at Austin, is the recipient of the 2023 Johannes Kepler Award from the Institute of Navigation.

To the Moon: New Research Aims to Establish Safe and Reliable Mission Operations Through Cislunar Space

The University of Texas at Austin is collaborating with three other institutions to build the foundation for space operations to, from and throughout the Earth and moon neighborhood. This area, called the cislunar region, is an enormous, three-dimensional volume of space with many complex factors to be incorporated by mission planners and spacecraft designers.

Cockrell School Again Ranked Among Top Undergraduate Engineering Programs

The Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin has once again been named one of the nation’s top engineering schools.

Cockrell School Teams Up With KBH Energy Center

Energy security is getting a boost at The University of Texas at Austin. The Cockrell School of Engineering will now partner with the Kay Bailey Hutchison Energy Center.

Texas Engineers Lead Cislunar Space Research Coalition

The University of Texas at Austin will spearhead a groundbreaking research collaboration to advance the U.S. Air Force’s ability to understand and monitor activity in cislunar space. The project itself, officially named the “Representations, Theory, and Algorithms for Autonomous Space Domain Awareness in the Cislunar Regime,” seeks to tackle the intricate complications of monitoring and controlling activities within the expansive region between Earth and the moon.

Hot Summer Air Turns into Drinking Water With New Gel Device

For significant portions of the globe faced with water shortage problems a beacon of hope may be on the way: the ability to easily turn hot air into drinking water.


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

Arvind Ravikumar
Research Associate Professor, Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering