Being able to better characterize and understand ranges in which flow might occur would go a long way in improving flight performance and design. That’s the goal of new research being undertaken by Department of Mechanical, Aerospace, and Biomedical Engineering (MABE) Assistant Professor James Coder.
Managing Chaos: Coder’s Research Aims to Better Understand Airflow
Cadet Klimowicz Sustains a Scholarly Summer
CEE student and ROTC cadet Kadee Klimowicz walked two paths as both an Air Force cadet in training and engineering researcher this summer.
Going Full Throttle
John Schmisseur is working to build aircraft that will soon be able to go from the US to Tokyo in under two hours.
Alumni Profile: General Mike Holmes
His family moved to Knoxville when his father accepted a job running the UT dairy farm—now the site of the Cherokee Farm Innovation Campus—and they lived on the farm.
The Daily Times: Colonel Carmella Lawson returns as first female to lead Air Force JROTC at William Blount
With a career that spans more than 70 countries and more than two decades, she is hoping to instill some of the leadership qualities and responsibility her time in the military taught her.