Since 1963, the R&D 100 Awards have represented the “Oscars of engineering,” a high-profile recognition for innovative researchers generating impactful technology around the world. UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair Professor for Power Grids Yilu Liu recently won her third one within the last four years—all acknowledging her research into stabilizing large-scale power grids. The 2022 award recognizes […]
UT Zinkle Fellow and Assistant Professor Livia Casali has been named an ITER Fellow for her work in developing fusion technology.
The Royal Society of Chemistry has given UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair Art Ragauskas its 2022 Environment Prize
Students in TCE were selected for recognition at this year’s EURēCA.
Jack Dongarra discusses Frontier, the Oak Ridge National Laboratory super computer currently being built, and how it will be the world’s fastest computer.
Kevin Tomsovic became the newest Chancellor’s Professor in the Tickle College of Engineering, joining Matthew Mench, Veerle Keppens, Wes Hines, and Leon Tolbert.
Assistant Professor Orlando Rios and Professor David Harper are key members of ARPA-E project to boost hydrokinetic turbines for riverine and tidal currents.
Cong Trinh, Ferguson Faculty Fellow in Chemical Engineering, is leading a Department of Energy project looking at yeast aids in bio-production.
When the National Science Foundation and US Department of Energy chose UT to serve as lead institution for its new engineering research center in 2011, the impact was felt far beyond the $18 million in support. One of the key goals of the initiative, known as the Center for Ultra-wide-area Resilient Electric Energy Transmission Networks, […]