• February 27, 2021

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UTEP Engineering partner LIMBS International awarded the 2019 Drucker Prize

LIMBS International, a local nonprofit organization with a partnership with The University of Texas at El Paso’s College of Engineering, was awarded the 2019 Drucker Prize from more than 400 nationwide nonprofits. LIMBS International was recognized by Drucker Prize judges for its “innovative and holistic programs for lower-limb amputees in developing countries.” The judges also […]Read More

UTEP Keck Center Engineers Awarded $900K to Bolster Metal Printing

Researchers from The University of Texas at El Paso’s W.M. Keck Center for 3D Innovation were awarded an Army Research Laboratory grant worth $900,000. The three recipients are Ryan Wicker, Ph.D., director of the Keck Center; Cesar Terrazas, Ph.D., research assistant professor; and Philip Morton, applications manager for the Keck Center. The money, facilitated through […]Read More

UTEP Receives $260k National Science Foundation Grant to Study Biomaterials

A team of metallurgical and materials engineering faculty at The University of Texas at El Paso has been awarded nearly $260,000 by the National Science Foundation to purchase an Advanced Nanoscale Deformation system with imaging, or nanoindenter, to study the mechanical behavior of biomaterials and biomolecules. The nanoidenter is used to measure and test mechanical […]Read More

UTEP Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Innovation Makes 2015 “Best

A breakthrough innovation by members of UTEP’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering that may help the speed of light transmit computer data made Opli Magazine’s Best in 2015 for Innovations in Photonics. Opli is the largest independent news source dedicated to covering photonics, physics, machine vision, medical engineering, solar energy and technology. Nothing is faster than the speed […]Read More