(July 31, 2019) – UTSA, a public university that is nationally recognized for research excellence, will receive $3 million dollars from NASA to develop a new interdisciplinary Center for Advanced Measurements in Extreme Environments (CAMEE). Climate change has created extreme environmental conditions such as ocean and polar warming, and sea ice reduction. Severe weather including stronger
The Fall 2019 Tech Symposium will be held on Tuesday, November 26, 2019 in the H-E-B Ballrooms at UTSA’s Main Campus. All engineering classes will be cancelled on the day of the event to allow engineering students to support Senior Design I and II students participating in the event. In addition to the Tech Symposium,
Anthony Liccione is a Business Service Center Associate II in the College of Engineering’s Business Service Center. Please tell us about yourself.My name is Anthony Liccione, and I was born and raised in the State of New York. In 2003, I had an opportunity to pursue furthering my education and career, and that led me out
Yongcan Cao, Ph.D.is an Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering in UTSA’s College of Engineering. Please tell us about yourself. I am originally from China. In 2006, I came to the United States to pursue my Ph.D. at Utah State University. Before joining UTSA, I worked at the Air Force Laboratory, Wright Patterson AFB,
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