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SMU nanotechnology expert MinJun Kim helped a team of researchers at The University of Texas at Austin to develop a less expensive way to detect nuclease digestion.
February 20, 2024
The SMU Lyle Computer Science major’s invention, Nurovant AI, is a game-changer for helping students study smarter
February 08, 2024
Through a collection of children’s books, Courtney shares lessons from her personal experience and inspires the next generation of civil engineers
January 26, 2024
Dr. Smith will provide valuable insights to research and identify potential military use cases for a new quantum-safe communication technology developed by SENTRIQS
January 23, 2024
From drones to data analytics, learn how both degree programs advance the future of technology – and how to choose which path is right for you
January 09, 2024
SMU Lyle Electric Engineering alum David Wang formulates breakthrough innovations in implantable brain devices to treat memory disorders, psychiatric conditions and more through electrical stimulation
December 15, 2023
Hands-on research opportunities in the lab prepare undergraduate students to tackle real-world challenges
December 13, 2023
Jackson Ritz, offensive lineman for the SMU Mustangs and senior graduating in Mechanical Engineering, reflects on his remarkable journey and the interconnected worlds of engineering and athletics.
December 12, 2023
December 06, 2023
SMU Lyle researchers and computer science students built an Infrastructure Dashboard Prototype to identify 62 infrastructure deserts in Dallas, then brought together experts to foster dialogue and take action
The largest association for Hispanic leadership in STEM recognized SHPE SMU for excellence in exemplifying its core values
The SMU Lyle computer science student created Cubed, a personalized platform that uses AI to improve user experience
November 28, 2023
Dr. Zarazaga received the Dunnigan Community Engagement Award for her commitment to service and leadership in the Dallas community
November 14, 2023
$1.2M Federal Highway Administration grant to SMU, Georgia Tech and University of Tulsa to fund 3-year study
November 08, 2023
SMU nanotechnology expert MinJun Kim and his team have been awarded a $1.8 million, R01 grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)
November 07, 2023
Reynolds, a U.S. Air Force veteran, transitioned his security expertise to the private sector while earning an M.S. in Cybersecurity from SMU Lyle
November 03, 2023
Researchers using sophisticated computational technology can generate hundreds of thousands of synthetic images in a short time to improve how facial recognition models perform and recognize race and gender
Dr. Smits demonstrates how policymakers and environmental practitioners can utilize her research to protect human health and the planet
October 24, 2023
The Thrive Scholars peer-mentoring program, which helps traditionally underrepresented students in the fields of engineering and computer science, has grown immensely since its inception two years ago
October 24, 2023
Consortium of 41 members to compete for up to $75 million in federal funds for economic development initiative authorized by 2022 CHIPS and Science Act
October 16, 2023
MATA, a research assistant powered by artificial intelligence, turns NASA’s earth science data into useable knowledge for scientists
October 12, 2023
Engineering majors make up nearly half of the SMU Mustang Band, proving that creative pursuits resonate with analytic minds
October 02, 2023
Janille Smith-Colin, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering at SMU, is part of a team that has just received a $6 million award from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) ComPASS program to improve health disparities in Dallas and Detroit.
The two grants, both more than $1 million, will allow researchers to address critical issues in gene therapy and traffic management using AI and machine learning
September 26, 2023
Professor Nicos Makris’ research on ancient structures has helped modern-day buildings stand strong, even in the dynamics of harsh environments or during natural disasters.
“I had always kept in my heart my desire to get my engineering degree and find a way to make a larger positive impact on society, to help the people around me and to protect our planet. That’s why I came to SMU.” -Tania Caldua
September 12, 2023
For the past decade, SMU Lyle’s unique sustainability program has taken a multidisciplinary, hands-on approach to building self-sustainable communities.
September 05, 2023
Dr. McIntosh is a senior manager in Ernst & Young’s Forensic & Integrity Services practice, where she leads forensic data analytics for the southwest region.
August 30, 2023
The O’Donnell Foundation advances SMU’s digital future with a $30 million gift to name and endow SMU’s data science institute and support engineering excellence.
Morgan David Jones, an incoming freshman at SMU Lyle School of Engineering and one of the most decorated Eagle Scouts in the Boy Scouts of America history, dreams of a career in water conservation.
July 06, 2023
Dallas' Pegasus Park leaders recently turned to students of SMU's unique Master of Arts in Design and Innovation (MADI) program to help reimagine how they might collaborate with their Water Cooler neighbors.
June 27, 2023
SMU Lyle’s Hart Center for Engineering Leadership gives engineering students a competitive edge by supplementing their technical education with leadership certification and soft skills training.
June 09, 2023
Dr. J.-C. Chiao and his team of graduate research students at SMU Lyle School of Engineering are pioneering the creation of medical implants that will give people with chronic conditions a new option for returning to their normal routines.
June 06, 2023
Supported by IBM software, range to help 'smart' devices against attack
Measuring a city’s resilience is important for planning responses to future events and revealing potential vulnerabilities.
SMU Lyle alumnus Noah Bartos (’18) works as the technical program manager for Project Kuiper, a satellite broadband network in development at Amazon. Noah's passion for engineering began with high school robotics and flourished during his time at SMU Lyle, where he majored in Mechanical Engineering and Mathematics before entering the master’s program in Systems Engineering.
May 11, 2023
$1 million NSF Engines Development Award to advance workforce and mobility systems in North Texas and Oklahoma
As president of the SMU Chapter of Society for Hispanic Professional Engineers, Sofia Murillo-Sanchez has worked tirelessly to maximize the organization’s impact and make a difference in people’s lives. As she prepares to enter her senior year, the Computer Science major hopes to one day work on global development projects that will change the world.
May 04, 2023
ChatGPT gave the world early insights into the power of generative artificial intelligence (AI). As generative AI continues to expand, datacenters around the globe will continue to evolve to support new capabilities. At SMU Lyle, we’re preparing tomorrow’s engineers by offering the nation’s only master’s degree program focusing on datacenter systems engineering.
March 22, 2023
More than 4 million women and children at risk
Tiny pH sensor developed by SMU student could be next-gen freshness predictor for packaged food
January 19, 2023
January 11, 2023
November 17, 2022
May 31, 2022
Dr. MinJun Kim, the principal investigator of SMU’s BAST Lab, along with members of his team will be contributing their expertise and providing access to their laboratory.
February 21, 2022
SMU analysis suggests screening protocols set by government policy – not hospitals – may be to blame for ER strain