AT&T is opening a lab dedicated to 5G technology that will allow UT and the Tickle College of Engineering to explore the boundaries of the technology.
Dayakar Penumadu, Tony Schmitz, and Kevin Heaslip appeared on three separate episodes of Science Minute with Hallerin Hilton Hill.
UT nuclear engineering faculty members Livia Casali and David Donovan spoke to the media about a major breakthrough in fusion.
UT nuclear engineering professor and Governor’s Chair Steve Zinkle has been awarded the Seaborg Medal by the American Nuclear Society.
Tickle College of Engineering students Alexandria Carter and Taylor Gingrich each won funding for their ideas during the Graves Business Plan Competition.
Chien-fei Chen’s work emphasizes the social impacts of technology. This fall she has two NSF grants promoting equity in electrical service and urban navigation.
Bob Buckner has been named the new director of the Heath Integrated Business and Engineering Program, effective Jan. 1, 2023.
At Engineers Day 2022, more than 1,300 high school students gathered at Tickle College to compete in engineering games and learn about engineering professions.
Chad Duty has been chosen as the next director of IACMI.
During his Interdisciplinary Senior Design project, BME major Caleb Noe discovered a love for nuclear engineering that changed his career path.