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Mitul Mistry Launched His Engineering Career with a Dream and a Guitar

Alumnus Mitul Mistry followed his dream‚ literally—and built two guitars as class projects. The lessons he learned helped him launch a career as a mechanical engineer.

Managing Chaos: Coder’s Research Aims to Better Understand Airflow

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.

College Partners with MSC Industrial Supply to Drive Innovation in Smart Manufacturing

Three Research Groups from College Earn R&D 100 Accolades

Department of Defense Extends UT-Led MURI Award

UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair for Advanced Manufacturing Suresh Babu is leading research that the Department of Defense has extended two years.

UT, UK to Spearhead $50 Million Advanced Manufacturing Project for Army

Qi’s Evolving Career In Computer Vision Leads Students into the Future of CAVs Technology

The UT EcoCAR team has worked diligently towards re-engineering their 2019 Chevrolet Blazer during Year 3. The main focus for this year has been the integration of Connected and Automated Vehicle (CAVs) technology. The UTK CAVs subteam, overseen by CAVs Faculty Advisor Hairong Qi, has been integrating cameras and radar onto their vehicle.

UTRF Selects Four Tickle College of Engineering-Led Projects for Funding