Supercomputing offers peek inside a rotating black hole
Researchers at UMass Dartmouth, Georgia Gwinnett College, and University of Maryland develop first-ever computer simulation of the interior of a rotating black hole
College of Engineering researchers working with federal and state transportation agencies on impacts of climate on roadways
Wireless sensors track seasonal condition of nation’s highways in real time
National doctoral research status of UMass Dartmouth finalized
New Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education released today; UMass Dartmouth only south-of-Boston doctoral research university in Massachusetts
Q&A on “Planet Nine”
Physics Professor Alan Hirshfeld offers his reaction Planet Nine, which has a mass about 10 times that of Earth.
The robots are coming March 19-20
UMassD will once again host FIRST® Robotics Competition at Tripp Athletic Center
Physics Associate Professor Robert Fisher to discuss our place in the cosmos of exploding stars
Dr. Fisher to discuss his research to unravel the cosmic mystery of supernovae
UMass Dartmouth achieves national doctoral research status
Carnegie designation of only south-of-Boston research university strengthens regional and statewide innovation ecosystem
Prof. David Kagan of the Physics Department is selected for the 2015-2016 Faculty Federation Scholar of the Year
A faculty of the Physics department bags the Faculty Scholar of the Year award.
UMass Dartmouth supports multidisciplinary research through seed funding program
$127,936 in funding awarded to seven projects involving 19 faculty members
A UMass Dartmouth Student Team wins the Global Startup Battle (GSB) attended by entrepreneurs across 60 countries
ECE student-team bag the 2015 year's overall global startup battle (GSB) Champion title in the Co Innovator's Track competition.