Conny Egozi, a Ph.D. graduate student in the Nuclear and Radiation Engineering Program in the Walker Department of Mechanical Engineering, received an award to present her paper at the International Atomic Energy Agency Symposium on International Safeguards.

Yuanyue Liu, assistant professor in the Walker Department of Mechanical Engineering, has received the OpenEye Outstanding Junior Faculty Award in Computational Chemistry from the American Chemical Society.

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission has docketed Abilene Christian University’s Nuclear Energy eXperimental Testing (NEXT) Lab construction permit application, placing it under formal regulatory review. The application is the first for a new research reactor in more than 30 years and the first-ever for an advanced university research reactor. This is in collaboration with NEXT Research Alliance which includes The University of Texas at Austin.

The University of Texas at Austin is one of the 13 university teams in North America set to participate in the EcoCAR EV Challenge, a prestigious collegiate competition to re-engineer state-of-the-art vehicles and prepare students for the future.

The University of Texas at Austin has a rich history in 3D printing, inventing one of the first forms of the technology, and now Texas Engineers have received a grant to tackle some of its most glaring problems.

A group of researchers at The University of Texas at Austin and Oak Ridge National Lab received the Automotive and Transportation Systems Best Paper Award at the 2022 IFAC Modeling, Estimation and Control Conference.

The Walker Department of Mechanical Engineering seeks applicants for an Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor of Instruction or Practice.

Farshid Alambeigi, assistant professor in the Walker Department of Mechanical Engineering, will receive the 2022 National Institutes of Health Director’s New Innovator Award.

A collaborative research team led by the Oden Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences has been given the green light by the Department of Energy’s Advanced Scientific Computing Research (ASCR) program to establish a major new applied mathematics center for research on digital twin technology.

Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin are tackling two of the bigger challenges facing electric vehicles: limited range and slow recharging.