Mirunalini Thirugnanasambandam receives $25k fellowship from American Heart Association Meet Mirunalini Thirugnanasambandam. After receiving her undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering at CEG, Anna University, India and her Masters’ degree in mechanical engineering from McGill University in Montreal, Canada, Thirugnanasambandam decided to continue her education in the UTSA and UTHSCSA joint graduate program in biomedical engineering.
Energizing Data The Texas Sustainable Energy Research Institute brings together data, energy and manpower in a unique environment “The research that is currently taking place here at the Institute not only affects the issues we deal with today, but the issues that we as a society are going to be dealing with ten, twenty, and
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Researcher Leads International Energy Project Bing Dong will advance international research in building occupancy behavior For the first time in its history, The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) has been invited to participate in an International Energy Agency (IEA) project along with many of the world’s top research universities. Click here to read
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2014 Regents Award Winners COE’s Eugene John is one of 4 winners from UTSA Four members of the UTSA faculty have been named UT System Regents Award winners. The awards recognize faculty who deliver the highest quality of undergraduate instruction, demonstrate their commitment to teaching, and have a history and promising future of sustained excellence
UTSA, SwRI researchers prove biochar is low-cost, effective method to treat fracking water Flowback water treatment is a critical sustainability issue for the oil and gas industry. One to five million gallons of water mixed with sand and chemicals are required for the fracking of each well. Click here to read more.
Maximizing brain power UTSA acquires high-performance EEG systems to advance brain research in numerous fields across campus Understanding how the human brain functions and how this knowledge can benefit society is both a UTSA and a national research priority. BMI, also known as brain-computer interface (BCI), is a field focused on assisting, augmenting or repairing