The US Department of Energy announced support for a PhD student and five faculty with innovative projects to improve nuclear power plant design and safety.
The US Department of Energy chose IACMI—The Composites Institute for funding renewal, the first Clean Energy Institute to do so.
Bogdan Dryzhakov, a doctoral candidate in materials science and engineering, was recently named a DoE Science Graduate Student Research Award winner.
UT students received a total of 12 NEUP awards, which is double the number of awards received by the next highest awarded university.
Fred Wang and Hua Bai are developing breaker-related technology that could help improve electrified flight and increase the speed at which it is adopted.
Dustin Gilbert, assistant professor of materials science and engineering, received funding from the Department of Energy’s Early Career Research Program.
NE’s Igor Gussev is one of two UT students to receive a Department of Energy Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) award this year.
Cong Trinh, Ferguson Faculty Fellow in Chemical Engineering, is leading a Department of Energy project looking at yeast aids in bio-production.
Nicole McFarlane, assistant professor of electrical engineering and computer science, is working on new sensors for diabetics to check their glucose levels.
Jim Ostrowski has built a career out of using mathematics and advanced computations and theories to find the solution to having too many solutions.