National Science Foundaiton

Quantum Leap: UT Arlington’s $800K Research Project Pushes Boundaries in Quantum Science and Engineering

by | Dec 22, 2022
The highly competitive grant shows NSF’s willingness to expand the study of quantum information technology to universities that are aspiring to become major players in the field, said UTA professor Michael Vasilyeve, who will lead the project.

One purpose of the NSF's expansion program is to ensure a steady supply of skilled workers for the quantum information technology industry, which is constantly in need of more talent than is available.
SMU Names Inaugural Vice Provost of Research, Chief Innovation Officer as It Pursues R1 Status
by | Nov 18, 2022
The appointment of Suku Nair, a leader in computer science and engineering who's been teaching and researching at SMU for more than 30 years, is part of a plan for SMU to achieve Carnegie Classification “R1” status, awarded to those universities with the highest levels of research.
Discovery: UTSW Bird Research Finding How Human Communication Works; UT Dallas Uses $4M NSF Grant for Cybersecurity Training
by | Oct 18, 2019
In this weekly roundup of research and development activity in North Texas, you’ll also find out how UTA is using water fleas to study infertility.
Building Trust in Tech: UT Dallas-Backed Research Center Gets National Science Foundation Designation
by | Oct 9, 2019
UT Dallas is a founding partner in The Center for Hardware and Embedded Systems Security and Trust, a.k.a. CHEST, which ensures electronic devices are designed to protect people and communities.