Matthew Mench has been selected to serve as the next dean and Wayne T. Davis Dean’s Chair of the Tickle College of Engineering. He begins July 1.
A product perfected through UT pitch competitions receives premarket FDA clearance.
Engineers are moving closer to developing the X-ray vision of comic books.
A new study by UT researchers gives city managers and policymakers data on e-scooter accidents to make long-term decisions for transportation policy.
A unique program at UT provided students with the opportunity to make wheelchairs more comfortable for users.
Christopher R. Cherry, a professor of civil and environmental engineering, conducted an in-depth study on e-scooter traffic safety.
A heavily trafficked bridge in Morgan County, Tennessee, is lightening up with fiber-reinforced polymer composite.
Engineers Without Borders at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is launching its first global project.
Tickle College of Engineering is part of a $25 million grant.
UT’s College of Nursing and Tickle College of Engineering have been awarded a research subcontract of up to three-years and $1.5 million to build advanced systems engineering and operations.
When you come to highway congestion and open the WAZE app—regardless of whether you enter anything—you are contributing to an increasingly reliable source of information used by transportation researchers like Professor Lee Han at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Asad Khattak, Beaman Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, thinks a lot about how to mitigate fatal crashes and injuries for motorcyclists on US roads.