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.
Qi’s Evolving Career In Computer Vision Leads Students into the Future of CAVs Technology
UTRF Selects Four Tickle College of Engineering-Led Projects for Funding
The UT Research Foundation is funding projects from Tickle College of Engineering faculty Floyd Ostrowski, Fan Zhang, Caleb Rucker, and Ryan Ginder.
Chad Duty to Oversee Industrial Relations for Center for Materials Processing
Chad Duty has been named the associate director for industrial relations for the Center for Materials Processing (CMP), effective April 1, 2021.
Bjorn Lands Prestigious Department of Defense SMART Scholarship
UT mechanical engineering student Dana Bjorn was selected for a US Department of Defense Science, Mathematics, and Research for Transformation (SMART) award.
Engineering Students Help Promote COVID Vaccinations Through Competition
UT engineering students developed pamphlets aimed at encouraging people to get the COVID vaccine as part of an Engineers in Medicine Society competition.
Vols Earn Top Spots at the 18th Annual TLSAMP Awards
Three undergraduate Engineering Vols earned top awards at the 18th Annual TLSAMP Conference: Jessica Pierce, Elexis Allen, and Bridgie Cawthon.
Engineering Vols Earn NSF Graduate Research Fellowships
Tickle College of Engineering students Jackson Spurling and Erica Waters earned prestigious 2021 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships.
Staff Spotlight: Rhnea Reagan Helps Keep MABE Gears Turning
Tickle College of Engineering staff member Rhnea Reagan is an accounting specialist with the Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Biomedical Engineering.
2020: A year filled with accomplishments for Jessie Ringley
2020 was an unforgettable for Jessie Ringley where he earned his BS, started graduate school, and built a world-record setting engine.
Hollis Applies a Vol Mind to Life-Improving Design
Chad Hollis, VP of CrossRoads Extremity Systems, credits UT for giving him the confidence to navigate his career path without hesitation.