ORE’s Research Development seeks to facilitate a multidisciplinary conversation between researchers who are tapping the benefits of eye-tracking technology and those who might be interested in new collaborations.
SPARKS: ARO Challenge
“How can new scientific research and technology breakthroughs address non-kinetic threats to global sociopolitical stabilities?”
Dr. Lisa Troyer, social science program manager at the Army Research Office, will visit campus on April 22 to present this question to UT researchers.
To explore this question and potential funding for related research projects, the Office of Research and Engagement will host a special edition of the SPARKS (Seeking Partnerships for Research and Knowledge) event. Continue reading