AT&T is opening a lab dedicated to 5G technology that will allow UT and the Tickle College of Engineering to explore the boundaries of the technology.
AT&T 5G Lab Dedicated at UT
Chien-fei Chen’s work emphasizes the social impacts of technology. This fall she has two NSF grants promoting equity in electrical service and urban navigation.
Sarah Jacob: Student Report from 2019 Alternative Summer Break to Thailand
Tickle College of Engineering student Sarah Jacob participated in the Global Initiatives’ 2019 Alternative Summer Break in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Summit the New Standard for High-Speed Computing
Jack Dongarra, Distinguished Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, recently named Summit the new standard for high-speed computing.
Dongarra Talks Supercomputing with Wired
Jack Dongarra, Distinguished Professor in electrical engineering and computer science, spoke to the magazine Wired about the new supercomputing “arms race.”
Watch: Rose, Plank, and Dean Discuss Neural Networks for the Homeland Defense & Security
Neural Networks have the potential to change the way the Department of Defense operates. With advancements to Neural Networks occurring rapidly, the sky is the limit for military utilization of this technology.
Parker Named Interim Dean of College
“It’s an honor for me to lead the college during this time of transition,” said Parker, a professor in the Min H. Kao Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. “I look forward to working with TCE colleagues to maintain the momentum of the college until Dean Davis’s successor arrives.”
CAREER Recognition: Five from Tickle College of Engineering Earn Award
“In simplest terms, that means that more than one-fourth of our assistant professors have been signaled out for this highly thought of award in just the last three years,” said Wayne Davis, dean of the college. “It’s a good reflection on the work our departments are doing and that our faculty has grown by quality as well as quantity.”
The Robot that Learns
“We used Titan to run different scenarios through the brain, keeping the ones that worked and ‘killing off’ the ones that didn’t,” said Mitchell. “It’s the neuromorphic equivalent of survival of the fittest.”
Rebel with a Cause
“At Notre Dame, my colleagues joked that I worked with every biologist on campus,” shared Emrich. “But what I see as unique about bioinformatics is that we are able to help solve many problems and have the ability to train students with diverse talents through many cool projects.”