UT is producing advanced manufacturing’s leaders of tomorrow, including José Nazario.
John Schmisseur aims to further advance UTSI’s role in conducting research and workforce development for the nation’s aerospace and defense needs.
In 2019 Sheryl Ponds, a 1987 graduate of UT’s Tickle College of Engineering, founded Dai Technologies Corporation, which provides tailor-made turnkey installations of electric-vehicle charging stations for homes, multifamily developments, and commercial settings, including curbside parking in the Washington, DC, metro area.
Participants learned advanced manufacturing techniques.
After hurricanes, one UT professor travels to the aftermath in order to find possible survivors trapped in the rubble or bodies of those killed by the storm.
UT engineering alumni at NASA recently helped with the launch of this latest stage of the NASA/SpaceX mission.
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.
This partnership program will give ROTC students a more in-depth approach to STEM-related fields.
Researchers have developed a free open source computer program that can be used to create visual and quantitative representations of brain electrical activity.
Advanced manufacturing is playing an ever-increasing role in the world’s economy, and UT is answering the call with research and innovation.
With the help of the UT Research Foundation, the TEL BOXX, a tamper-evident box that closes around vascular access lines and designed at UT, went to market in September 2018 and is now used in 11 hospitals across eight states.
Three UT colleges have been chosen to participate in the EcoCAR Mobility Challenge, an Advanced Vehicle Technology Competition.