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Visit from Governors Association of Korea
As part of its tour of the southeastern United States, the Governors Association of Korea visited the EPIC building on the UNC Charlotte campus April 16 to learn about energy collaboration at the city and state levels here.
NCDOT Awards $1.4M in Grants to Lee College of Engineering Researchers
The North Carolina Department of Transportation has awarded seven new research grants totally almost $1.4 million to faculty researchers in The William States Lee College of Engineering. The engineering departments that will be involved in the research are Engineering Technology and Construction Management (ETCM), and Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE). The new grant awards are:
49ers Engineering the U.S.’s First New Nuclear Units in 30 Years
At one time or another they were all engineering students at UNC Charlotte. Now, eight 49er graduates are key members of the engineering team that is building the first new commercial nuclear reactors in the United States in the past 30 years.
SAS Makes Software Grant to Lee College of Engineering
Analytics leader SAS has made a grant of software that includes energy forecasting technologies to the Lee College of Engineering and its allied Energy Production and Infrastructure Center (EPIC). The SAS grant will be devoted to the energy analytics research being led by Dr. Tao Hong, an assistant professor of Systems Engineering and an EPIC associate. The software will be an important tool in support of education, and research and development in advanced analytics applications for utilities, and for the oil and gas industries.
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