An exhibition of work by faculty of the College of Architecture and Design entitled Thirty-Two, for the number of participants, will be on display at the Ewing Gallery August 1 through 29. From laser-cut aluminum to furniture design and photography taken abroad, Thirty-Two will showcase faculty work for the first time in five years. A
Staff parking permits for the 2013-14 academic year are available for purchase online using payroll deduction or credit card. Current parking permits expire Wednesday, July 31. In order to receive your new permit via campus mail prior to August 1, online transactions must be completed by Friday, July 26.
Data Center Knowledge featured the efforts of Distinguished Professor of Computer Science Jack Dongarra to revamp the performance metric used to rank the world’s top supercomputers. With so much emphasis and funding invested in the Top500 rankings, the 20-year old Linpack benchmark has come under scrutiny, with some in the community suggesting it needs to
UT’s new Radiochemistry Center of Excellence was featured in Oak Ridge Today. The center is being established through a $1.2 million grant from the National Nuclear Security Administration for the first year, with the potential for a total of $6 million for five years. The center will focus on research and education to advance UT