• Former Texas Engineering Dean Finalist for UT Austin President

    Former Texas Engineering Dean Finalist for UT Austin President

    Greg Fenves has been named the sole finalist in the search for the university’s next president.
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  • A Century of Advancing Women in Engineering

    A Century of Advancing Women in Engineering

    A look at historic moments for women in engineering at UT Austin over the past 100 years.
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  • Jennifer Maynard’s Vaccine Research Showcased at SXSW

    Jennifer Maynard’s Vaccine Research Showcased at SXSW

    From health care devices and 3-D printing to connected cars, network with creators of the latest technology coming out of UT Austin.
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  • Ranked Among the Nation’s Best

    Ranked Among the Nation’s Best

    The department maintained its No. 6 standing in the latest U.S. News & World Report’s graduate program rankings, enhancing the university’s reputation for providing world-class engineering education.
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Did you know?

  • The department has more than 700 undergraduate students
  • U.S. News & World Report ranks the undergraduate program No. 6
  • The department generates $20 million in annual research funding
  • UT Austin ranks #28 in the world’s top universities, according to Times Higher Education
  • Our faculty publish an average of 250 papers per year
  • The department has 23 full-time faculty
  • We have 19 National Science Foundation Graduate Fellows
  • The department has 30 graduate supervising faculty
  • Average starting salary for B.S. graduates is $73,938
  • The department hosts nine National Academy of Engineering members

    Meet our Faculty

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    Isaac Sanchez

    Professor Sanchez works in Advanced Materials; Modeling, Simulation & Theory; Polymers; Separations; Surface & Interface Science with specific interests in Statistical thermodynamics of bulk and interfacial phenomena in polymers; Solubility of fluids in polymers; Computer simulations of polymer properties.

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