The University of Tennessee Research Park broke ground on a new facility that will house IACMI and the FCMF research center.
The US Department of Energy chose IACMI—The Composites Institute for funding renewal, the first Clean Energy Institute to do so.
Chad Duty has been chosen as the next director of IACMI.
Fred M. Peebles Professor Dayakar Penumadu is refining the materials of the future and nurturing the future leaders of advanced manufacturing.
An innovative training program from IACMI and UT teaches essential manufacturing skills to address US manufacturing workforce gap.
Dayakar Penumadu and students helped IACMI develop a composites-based bridge in Morgan County that includes sensors giving real-time data.
Fred N. Peebles Professor Dayakar Penumadu is contributing on a project overseen by IACMI to develop advanced composites-based bridges.
Uday Vaidya and his team of UT students created the carbon fiber composite beams for the new Friendship Bell Peace Pavilion in Oak Ridge.