Postelle Professor, Chancellor’s Professor, and Department of Nuclear Engineering Department Head Wes Hines is set to retire at the end of next year.
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 new center’s focus will lead to new industries in clean energy, computing, and national security.
UT’s Science Alliance announced three Tickle College of Engineering graduate students as recipients of 2023 Graduate Advancement Training and Education (GATE) fellowships. The GATE program supports graduate students through assistantships and fellowships awarded by individual departments to support meritorious, collaborative research between the university and Oak Ridge National Laboratory. These TCE graduate students will begin […]
UT nuclear engineering faculty members Livia Casali and David Donovan spoke to the media about a major breakthrough in fusion.
UT assistant professors Libby Barker and Ivis Chaple will have their individual cancer-related research featured on ESPN during an upcoming Lady Vols game.
UT Zinkle Fellow and Assistant Professor Livia Casali has been named an ITER Fellow for her work in developing fusion technology.
“I have a passion for music and working with my hands, so building instruments seemed like a logical next step,” said Phillips.
Wes Hines has agreed to serve another term as head of the Department of Nuclear Engineering in UT’s Tickle College of Engineering.
A team of researchers in the Tickle College of Engineering are aiding current and future nuclear plants.