Dayakar Penumadu, Tony Schmitz, and Kevin Heaslip appeared on three separate episodes of Science Minute with Hallerin Hilton Hill.
Penumadu, Schmitz, Heaslip Make Appearances on Science Minute with Hallerin Hilton Hill
“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 Students Finish in the Top Three at SAMPE Conference
UT’s Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering (SAMPE) student chapter represented the university well at the SAMPE 2022 Conference and Exhibition held in Charlotte, North Carolina, this May. This year’s conference was the first to be held in person since 2019, which UT’s student chapter also attended. Eight representatives of the chapter […]
Hazen Offers Expertise to Peruvian Officials, Scientists in Wake of Oil Spill
UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair Terry Hazen has spoken to officials in Peru to share his expertise on oil spill mitigation in the wake of their recent crisis.
UT Partners with Enexor to Help Improve Renewable Energy Efficiency
Enexor BioEnergy and UT’s Dayakar Penumadu have teamed up to design and build a combustion engine that can burn waste products with zero carbon emissions.
Ghosh Develops Greener, Faster-Drying Concrete
Doctoral student Debalina Ghosh developed a new concrete formula that both quickens the drying time of precast concrete and has a reduced carbon footprint.
Staff Spotlight: Long Has Answers for the Office or the Garden
Angela Long is an administrative assistant for civil and environmental engineering providing academic support for grads students and faculty.
New Composite Bridge Showcases Sustainable Solution for Aging Infrastructure
Dayakar Penumadu and students helped IACMI develop a composites-based bridge in Morgan County that includes sensors giving real-time data.
Cherry Quoted in Bloomberg Hyperdrive
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor Chris Cherry was recently quoted in Bloomberg Hyperdrive about why he prefers bike racks over bike parking facilities.
Brakewood Quoted in Bloomberg CityLab Article
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Assistant Professor Candace Brakewood was quoted in a Bloomberg CityLab article examining how payments for transit fares have changed during the pandemic.