Peter O'Donnell Jr. Building (POB)

Formerly known as the Applied Computational Engineering and Sciences Building or ACES, the Peter O'Donnell Jr. Building is a world-class setting for interdisciplinary research and graduate study in computer sciences, electrical and computer engineering, and computational and applied mathematics.

201 24TH ST E, Austin, Texas 78712


Upcoming Events

SEED Workshop: "Managing Stress"

Stress is a part of our daily lives, but when we start to feel overwhelmed we may need to rethink the strategies we are using to cope. Using cognitive...

9/27 5pm
Arthur Frank, "Hamlet in the Hospital: An Arts-Based Response to Suffering Among the Ill and Those Who Care for Them"

Join us for the Humanities Institute Fall 2017 Distinguished Visiting Lecture in Health, Well-Being, Healing.

9/27 7pm
Arthur Frank, "Whose Narrative? What Medicine?" Distinguished Visiting Lecture Series

Dr. Arthur Frank, Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the University of Calgary, Professor at VID Specialized University, Bergen, Norway, and core faculty at...

9/27 7pm
"Low Energy Nuclear Reactions:  Status and Prospects for Science and Business" at UT Energy Symposium

This week, the UT Energy Symposium presents a talk by Dave Nagel of George Washington University and NUCAT Energy LLC. David J. Nagel has been active as a...

9/28 5:15pm
SEED Workshop: " Being a 'Responsible Employee:' Creating a Culture of Support"

As a student employee, you may be deemed a “responsible employee” and required to report specific incidents to Title IX. This workshop will explain what it...

10/5 5pm

Recent Events

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Carla Cristina Silva-Muhammad

Carla Cristina Silva-Muhammad left a positive review 4/11/2017

Extremely relevant discussion.

Jonathan Z Gribetz

Jonathan Z Gribetz left a positive review 1/22/2017

it was fantastic !!
The only disruptive part was audience members leaving in the middle of when the panel was speaking.
I found that very disruptive.
Other than that I really enjoyed the panel very much.

Justin Frederick Rousseau

Justin Frederick Rousseau left a positive review 8/3/2016

This was a very helpful introduction to the Design Institute for Health!

Anirudh M Kasbekar

Anirudh M Kasbekar left a positive review 2/20/2015

It was great to receive scientific information first hand from a mission scientist, and probably before most of the world did. I would definitely attend similar astronomical events in the future.

Cheryl Tulkoff

Cheryl Tulkoff left a positive review 2/19/2015

Very helpful overview, presentation, and & A session.

Daniel Kusner

Daniel Kusner left a review 2/11/2015

she writes well

Melissa B Coupal

Melissa B Coupal posted a photo 2/3/2015

Daniel Kusner

Daniel Kusner left a negative review 11/12/2014


Laurie D Lentz

Laurie D Lentz left a positive review 9/18/2014

Learned a lot and was especially impressed with the operational/academic/student collaborations. Great hearing about green fee projects.

antoinette R Villarreal

antoinette R Villarreal left a positive review 4/13/2014

Dr. Nieto gave Latina educators and their emergent learners a platform to voice their experience and advocate for real American education. I wish UT would have advertised/invited Austin ISD educators, especially those with the similar demographics.