Associate Professor Khalid Hattar, director of the Tennessee Ion Beam Laboratory, coordinated work with international teams to install a first-ever advanced lens for an electron microspore at Sandia National Laboratories.
Sergei Kalinin and collaborators at UT and ORNL earned an R&D100 Award for developing autonomous processes for microscopy that can impact research methods in multiple disciplines.
The word “fractals” might inspire images of psychedelic colors spiraling into infinity in a computer animation. An invisible, but powerful and useful, version of this phenomenon exists in the realm of dynamic magnetic fractal networks. Dustin Gilbert, assistant professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, and colleagues have published new findings in the […]
The new center’s focus will lead to new industries in clean energy, computing, and national security.
A duo of Tickle College of Engineering researchers is among 28 collaborative academic teams chosen by the Department of Defense to share $18 million in Defense Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (DEPSCoR) awards for 2023. These awards are designed to strengthen basic research infrastructure at institutions of higher education in under-utilized states or territories. […]
UT MSE Professor Sergei Kalinin recently delivered remarks at the prestigious Manuel Cardona Seminar Series in Barcelona.
Professor Yanfei Gao took up a new role on August 1 as Faculty Fellow in the college’s Office of Faculty Affairs and Engagement. He will contribute to the college mission while gaining experience and insight into college administrative functions.
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 […]
UT research professor Sergei Kalinin and his team have developed a way of manipulating materials at the atomic level, something they call a “lab on a beam.”
Alex Greenhalgh, a Department of Materials Science and Engineering junior, receives Goldwater Scholarship.