Topic: Cockrell School of Engineering

Smarter Window Materials Can Control Light and Energy

July 23, 2015
Smart Window

Cockrell School Engineers have two new advancements in smart window materials that allow indoor occupants to more precisely control the energy and sunlight passing through a window.

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NSF Funds Cyberinfrastructure Effort at UT Austin

July 21, 2015
Clint Dawson's Hurricane Model

The Cockrell School of Engineering is leading the effort to build a software platform, data repository and tools that will help the US design more resilient buildings, levees and other public infrastructure that could protect lives, property and communities.

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UT Austin Offers Online Master’s in Mechanical Engineering

June 30, 2015
Mechanical Engineering

The Cockrell School of Engineering at UT Austin has launched its first Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering program offered completely online. 

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NIH Grant to Advance Brain Imaging

June 24, 2015
multi-exposure speckle imaging

A biomedical engineer at the Cockrell School of Engineering has received a $1.8 million NIH grant to advance his light-based technique for imaging blood flow across the brain that could help patients undergoing neurosurgery. 

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Clean Air Globally Could Yield Large Health Benefits

June 16, 2015
Information-on-air-pollution

Cockrell School of Engineering professor Joshua S. Apte and a team of environmental engineering and public health researchers developed a global model of how changes in outdoor air pollution could lead to changes in the rates of health problems such as heart attack, stroke and lung cancer. 

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