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MARCH 2021
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Unmanned Aerial Vehicles to Scale New Heights Thanks to NASA
NASA is funding a major project on the future of autonomous air cargo transportation, and The University of Texas at Austin will be playing a lead role. The COVID-19 vaccine rollout — the largest global logistics effort since World War II — has underscored the importance of increasing efficiencies in the global supply chain infrastructure. Autonomous aerial vehicles have the potential to revolutionize cargo transportation. Photo courtesy NASA
 
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From Our Department Chair, Clint Dawson

It's hard to believe we're already over halfway through the spring semester. Our faculty, students and alumni continue to strive for excellence through research, outreach and teaching activities, even through the most difficult of times. I encourage you to read some of the inspiring stories to follow. And as always, please remember to keep in touch.
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Manuel Rausch Wins NSF CAREER Award to Study the Mechanics of Blood Clots
 
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Celebrating Women's History Month
 
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Maruthi Akella Recognized with Prestigious Society Awards
 
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Ufuk Topcu Recognized by IEEE with Antonio Ruberti Young Researcher Prize
 
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NI to Support Texas Rocket Engineering Laboratory in Development of Space-capable Rocket
 
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Thomas J.R. Hughes Awarded 2021 SIAM Ralph E. Kleinman Prize
 
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Tan Bui-Thanh Elected Secretary of Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
 
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Catherine Dominic Wins Brooke Owens Fellowship
 
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Joshua Davis Wins Patti Grace Smith Fellowship
 
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