UNT faculty researchers are creating innovative technologies
UNT has many outstanding faculty who are distinguished scholars, researchers and artists who are widely known as experts in their fields and dedicated mentors. Read about a few who are helping to make new discoveries and create solutions to address some of society’s biggest challenges and improve our world:
David Stout, professor of composition studies and studio Art and coordinator of UNT’s Initiative for Advanced Research and Technology and the Arts (iARTA)
See how technology changes sensory experiences in this demonstration, which shows the convergence of music and art in virtual reality.
Brian Sauser, associate professor of marketing and logistics and director of UNT’s Jim McNatt Institute for Logistics Research
Learn how the Jim McNatt Institute for Logistics Research and the Complex Logistics Systems Laboratory are finding the answers to today’s and tomorrow’s complex logistic problems through multidisciplinary collaboration.
Ram Dantu, professor of computer science and engineering
UNT’s Network Security Lab is internationally known for securing next generation 9-1-1 services and conducting research on wireless security, Voice/Video over IP security, Internet of Things (IoT) security and Homeland security.
Shengli Fu, professor and chair of electrical engineering
Hurricanes Harvey and Irma destroyed not only houses and highways but also the communication infrastructure, which is critical in keeping victims and first responders connected. Learn about drone-carried WiFi networks that provide on-demand broadband communication infrastructure for emergency response.
Linda Mihalick, lecturer of merchandising, hospitality and tourism and senior director of UNT’s Global Digital Retailing Research Center
eCommerce and digital retailing have permeated every facet of our lives, from apparel and grocery shopping, to decorating our homes and booking travel experiences. Explore why consumers are purchasing groceries online.