The college had 75 current or former researchers make Stanford University’s list of the top 2 percent most cited in the world.
Neural networks are powerful Artificial Intelligence (AI) models that capture embedded knowledge in scientific data automatically. Scientists can use the knowledge to solve problems in domains such as physics, materials science, neuroscience, and medical imaging, among others. Finding accurate neural networks for a specific scientific dataset or particular problem comes at a high training cost: […]
Since 1963, the R&D 100 Awards have represented the “Oscars of engineering,” a high-profile recognition for innovative researchers generating impactful technology around the world. UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair Professor for Power Grids Yilu Liu recently won her third one within the last four years—all acknowledging her research into stabilizing large-scale power grids. The 2022 award recognizes […]
The Tickle College of Engineering remained highly placed in the latest U.S. News and World Report ranking of online master’s engineering programs, released today. The college is now 20th among public schools, 27th overall. The college offers several online master’s and graduate certificate options, including in advanced manufacturing, hypersonics, engineering management, and will soon begin […]
Anne Skutnik is the college’s first director in the Office of Student Success, focused on the pathways that students take to get to engineering, and how we can help them on their journey.
Alumnus Mitul Mistry followed his dream‚ literally—and built two guitars as class projects. The lessons he learned helped him launch a career as a mechanical engineer.
“I have a passion for music and working with my hands, so building instruments seemed like a logical next step,” said Phillips.
Researchers from Oak Ridge National Laboratory recently conducted a study that found that not only did switching to switchgrass prove profitable for Midwest farmers, it also helped stem land loss and saw an 8 percent increase in the biodiversity of bird species in the area.
The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) chapter at UT won their third consecutive Academic Tech Bowl in the fall of 2021.
A new National Science Foundation-backed initiative led by the University of Tennessee (UT), Knoxville, the Knoxville Community Development Corporation (KCDC), and the United Way of Greater Knoxville hopes to change an automobile-dominated transportation system and a pronounced digital divide based on race, income, and rural-urban status.