Nicole McFarlane, assistant professor of electrical engineering and computer science, is working on new sensors for diabetics to check their glucose levels.
The college is pushing the boundaries of innovation across a wide range of initiatives in advanced manufacturing.
The origins of the Innovation and Collaboration Studios trace themselves back to the creation of the Engineering Fundamentals Program.
Alumni and students often have passions that parallel their engineering disciplines and follow those passions to great heights.
A select group of upperclassmen and graduate students met with alumni working in the Silicon Valley.
UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair William Weber work in the Ion Beam Materials Laboratory studies the way ion beams behave as part of a career spanning four decades.
Eric Wade, an assistant professor of biomedical engineering, is working on biomedical sensors to help to gain valuable data for stroke victims.
Andy Sarles, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering, is using a recent NSF CAREER award to understand how material gain entry into living cells.
Students from the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering worked with Clayton Homes on a plan to increase manufacturing using LEAN manufacturing.