Several University of Tennessee Institutions are working through the Office of Navy Research to provide STEM opportunities to K-12 students via 4-H.
DoD Grant Takes Collaboration Between UT Institutions, 4-H to the Next Level
The Conversation: How Sensors Monitor and Measure Our Bodies and the World Around Us
Sensors are everywhere. Here’s how they turn events into words and numbers.
Parker Continues AI Leadership as Director of a New National Office
Lynne Parker, professor of electrical engineering and computer science, was named the director of the National Artificial Intelligence Initiative Office.
McFarlane Named ADVANCE Professor, Giving Faculty Candidates Independent View
I am pleased to be taking on this new responsibility and in helping faculty candidates gain a better understanding of what is going on here in the college and at UT.
Nicole McFarlane, assistant professor of electrical engineering and computer science, is working on new sensors for diabetics to check their glucose levels.
Research Highlight: Nicole McFarlane
Downsizing Detection In the more than 100 years since personal cameras became widespread, much has changed with this now ubiquitous piece of technology. Gone are the clunky wooden boxes mounted on tripods that sometimes required minutes of stillness from subjects. Cameras are now frequently small enough to fit inside a pocket with blinding shutter speeds […]