In a project led by Georgia Tech, Andy Sarles has received nearly $1M to study how soft cell structures in deep-sea fish withstand high hydrostatic pressures.
Andy Sarles has received the prestigious Dr. James C. Conklin Endowed Faculty Fellowship for Mechanical Engineering.
A multidisciplinary team of researchers from the Tickle College of Engineering are working with ORNL on neuromorphic computing.
Andy Sarles, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering, is using a recent NSF CAREER award to understand how material gain entry into living cells.
“In simplest terms, that means that more than one-fourth of our assistant professors have been signaled out for this highly thought of award in just the last three years,” said Wayne Davis, dean of the college. “It’s a good reflection on the work our departments are doing and that our faculty has grown by quality as well as quantity.”
The ability to pull water out of fog is just one of many possibilities made real by research involving assistant professor Andy Sarles of the College of Engineering’s Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Biomedical Engineering at the University of Tennessee. The project Sarles took part in—Air-stable Droplet Interface Bilayers on Oil-infused Surfaces—was published recently in […]