Virtual Conference: October 26 – 28, 2021
The University of Texas at Arlington:
The University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) is a Carnegie Research Institution (High Research Activity) whose mission is the advancement of knowledge and the pursuit of excellence in research, teaching, and service to the community. The mission statement affirms UT Arlington’s commitment to expanding academic research; to attracting and retaining high quality faculty scholars who actively engage students; to providing a well-rounded academic experience that promotes student involvement, service learning, and free discourse; to employing alternative access venues to meet students’ needs; and to developing public and private partnerships.
College of Engineering:
The University of Texas at Arlington’s College of Engineering has emerged as one of the most comprehensive engineering programs in North Texas and the nation. It offers 11 baccalaureate, 14 master’s, and nine doctoral degree programs, and its programs are ranked by U.S. News and World Report as among the best in the nation. With more than 7,500 students and more than 34,000 alumni, the College of Engineering is the fourth largest in Texas, providing the local, regional, and national workforce with motivated and highly skilled graduates. The College boasts seven buildings, including the Science and Engineering Innovation and Research (SEIR) Building, which opened in Fall 2018. UTA is classified as a Tire one university.
Electronics, MEMS, and Nanotechnology Systems Packaging Center:
The Electronics, MEMS and Nanotechnology Systems Packaging Center (EMNSPC) is a world-class research center that will meet the needs of industry, and in particular, the state of Texas and the North Texas region’s “Electronic, MEMS and Nanoelectronics Packaging Industry”. This includes research, education, and training. EMNSPC will target the needs of the microelectronics, MEMS and nanoelectronics (with a special emphasis on thermo-mechanical issues) as a fundamental research area as these technologies have and will continue to overlap. The EMNSPC is a partner in the NSF I/UCRC Center for Energy-Smart Electronic Systems, working with government, industry, and academia to develop systematic methodologies for efficiently operating electronic systems.