Couple's gift creates UNM's first endowed dean position
Thanks to the generosity of an Albuquerque couple, The University of New Mexico School of Engineering is now the first school or college in the University to hold an endowed dean's position.
How alumni can give back
Find out all of the ways you can help support the students, faculty and programs in the School of Engineering.
UNM part of team bidding to manage Sandia National Labs
The University of New Mexico is a member of a team that has signed a formal agreement to bid jointly to manage Albuquerque-based Sandia National Laboratories. UNM is a member of the team led by Battelle and The Boeing Company, along with The Texas A&M University System and the University of Texas System.
UNM electrical engineering team places second in racing contest
A student team from The University of New Mexico placed second in an international autonomous car racing competition.
Lecture series to feature expert in nanophotonics
October 19, 2016
The University of New Mexico Optical Sciences and Engineering program in conjunction with the School of Engineering and the College of Arts and Sciences will hold a distinguished lecture series in November featuring a leader in the field of photonics. Read More...
Computer Science class creates bots that talk back
October 17, 2016
Question: What is the square root of 4? Answer: 15 puppies. Does this sound like the recipient didn't hear the question correctly? Well, maybe that's because the recipient doesn't have ears and is not a human at all. The answer was created by a student team who created a "chatbot," an intelligent agent that is supposed to pass off as a human. Student teams in the Department of Computer Science in the School of Engineering participated in a Turing test, a well-known test where intelligence is verified when a human evaluator is fooled into thinking the agent is actually a human. Read More...