UTSI researchers have received funding from the United States Space Force to advance their micro-propulsion powered satellites.
Satellites Get a Boost
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.
MABE’s Duty Named Next CEO of IACMI
Chad Duty has been chosen as the next director of IACMI.
UT Plays Host to Sandwich Structure Conference
UT has welcomed more than 75 participants from around the world for the 13th International Conference on Sandwich Structures.
Ozlem Kilic Named Interim Vice Provost for Academic Affairs
Ozlem Kilic, associate dean for academic and student affairs, has been named the interim vice chancellor for academic affairs.
“FAIRER” Tech for a “WISER” System
Shuai Li is leading UT research on the FAIR4WISE NSF grant, which will make teleoperations more inclusive to women and help diversify the construction industry.
UT a Core Member of New NSF Research Center for Advanced Manufacturing
UT’s expertise in advanced manufacturing and workforce development is a key component.
Kobza to Step Down as ISE Department Head at End of June, Remain on Faculty
John Kobza’s decade long tenure as department head oversaw a period of great growth and success for the department.
Michael Berry Named Faculty Fellow for Academic and Student Affairs
Professor Michael Berry is the new Faculty Fellow for the Office of Academic and Student Affairs.
Parker to Lead Artificial Intelligence Research and Education Initiative at UT
Lynne Parker is returning to the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, after completing a four-year post as deputy United States chief technology officer and director of the National Artificial Intelligence Initiative Office within the White House. In that role, Parker oversaw the development and implementation of the national artificial intelligence strategy. Starting September 6, Parker will […]