UT won the SEC Machining Competition for the second straight year.
UT faculty, students led an event introducing high school students to advanced manufacturing techniques and technology.
US workers are not skilled enough to meet the next generation of manufacturing. But efforts to train them are underway.
Teams from UT, Texas A&M University, Auburn University, and Mississippi State University competed in the inaugural SEC Machining Competition.
UT is producing advanced manufacturing’s leaders of tomorrow, including José Nazario.
UT’s expertise in advanced manufacturing and workforce development is a key component.
Summer 2022 bootcamps for America’s Cutting Edge are under way in Knoxville, Tennessee. The initiative, led and funded by the US Department of Defense, has its roots in East Tennessee and is working to revitalize the machine tool industry as a central component of America’s global manufacturing competitiveness.
Participants learned advanced manufacturing techniques.
The team, led by Suresh Babu, will continue research related to additive manufacturing of metals and alloys, also referred to as 3D printing.
Advanced manufacturing is playing an ever-increasing role in the world’s economy, and UT is answering the call with research and innovation.
The US Navy has chosen a UT professor to lead one of its Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative programs.
UT’s role as a major player in advanced manufacturing education cited.