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Taufer Leads Group at UT Combining High Performance Computing and AI to Advance Data Sciences

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: […]




Adams Begins In-House Entrepreneurship Office Hours

Students and faculty in the Tickle College of Engineering with a touch of business acumen will get a boost starting Sept. 12, as Angelique Adams begins her role as the college’s entrepreneur-in-residence. Through her position, Adams will use her innovation expertise to help members of the college turn their ideas into marketable products and connect […]


Liu Adds Another R&D 100 Award for Grid Research

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 […]




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 […]