MUSiC Facility seen as Economic ‘Magnet’

The University of Arkansas, Fayetteville’s new national Multi-User Silicon Carbide Research and Fabrication Facility, led by electrical engineering professor Alan Mantooth, is expected to be a key driver for economic development. Mantooth highlights its uniqueness, being purpose-built for semiconductor fabrication, filling a crucial manufacturing gap by allowing low-volume prototyping before full-scale production: https://www.arkansasonline.com/news/2023/aug/18/ua-facility-to-be-high-tech-leader/

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$100,000 Grant from NASA for Electric Aircraft Research

$100,000 Grant from NASA for Electric Aircraft Research

The U of A receives $100,000 from NASA to support cutting edge research project, the project will be led by Han Hu. The UA Power Group will use acoustics emissions sensing to detect electrical forces. The goal is to develop a diagnostic tool that can help ensure...

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