UT Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Lynne Parker played a key role in a White House American AI Initiative.
A new technology may change the way patients with diabetes monitor their glucose levels, thanks to sensors being developed by a UT professor.
Three UT colleges have been chosen to participate in the EcoCAR Mobility Challenge, an Advanced Vehicle Technology Competition.
Microgrids can be thought of as small-scale power stations, connected to one another in a way that mimics our current power grids.
When the US Department of Energy unveiled its newest supercomputer, Summit, at Oak Ridge National Laboratory it once again gave the country the world’s fastest computer, taking that honor back from China.
Dongarra spoke with Nature about the limitations, prospects, and latest developments in supercomputing.
David Icove discusses fire investigations and how he became involved in the field.
For only the second time, the US doesn’t have a computer in the top 3.
Tickle College of Engineering professor David Icove recently returned from Israel, where he helped train officials in forensic investigations.
A UT alumnus and Knoxville native is set to assume one of the highest offices in the United States armed forces: US Air Force Lieutenant General Mike Holmes, a 1981 electrical engineering graduate, has been promoted to four-star general and assumes leadership of the Air Force’s Air Combat Command.
A national nonprofit group that includes David Icove, UL Professor of Practice in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, has found a new use for “big data”: crime solving.
Girls from eighth grade through high school are invited to attend a free full-day event February 25 featuring various types of engineering, thanks to a student group in UT’s Tickle College of Engineering.