A team of civil and environmental engineering students completed their senior design project close to home by redesigning two bridges on campus.
With two grants from the National Science Foundation, UT researchers are continuing their mission of developing disease-resistant infrastructure solutions.
The University of Tennessee Space Institute in Tullahoma has been at the forefront of hypersonic flight for several years, and it just got a major boost to ensure that it will continue to lead.
UT engineering alumni at NASA recently helped with the launch of this latest stage of the NASA/SpaceX mission.
The University of Tennessee has joined a new institute: the Cybersecurity Manufacturing Innovation Institute (CyManII), a $111-million, US Department of Energy (DOE)-backed, public-private partnership led by the University of Texas at San Antonio.
Assistant Professor Jian Liu of UT’s Min H. Kao Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science is working to improve the security of personal assistant systems by—well, hacking them.
New research by Professor Chris Cherry follows his previous research that drew worldwide attention to the frequency of bicycle crashes at a railway crossing near his UT office.
Professor Khalid Alshibli is joining 15 other researchers from an alliance of universities to establish a $16.5 million research center to ensure that the nuclear capabilities of the United States are not eroded as nuclear weapons age.
When University of Tennessee, Knoxville, PhD candidate Erica Grant was an undergraduate physics major, a visit to a hacker convention in Las Vegas inspired her to try to improve the security of smart locks. Her invention, Quamtum Lock, is now a finalist in the 2020 Collegiate Inventors Competition.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, will once again have a presence in space in 2021, as astronaut Barry “Butch” Wilmore has been bumped up to the flight crew of the inaugural launch of the CST Starliner, NASA’s latest crewed vehicle.
The UT Board of Trustees has approved the naming of the Zeanah Engineering Complex in honor of longtime benefactors and alumni Eric and Elaine Zeanah.
Thanks to $1.1 million in funding from the Department of Energy, the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is developing a new technology for the large-scale recycling of wind turbine blades into new recycled composites.