Much has changed about our college and the UT campus since I started here as an electrical engineering student in 1975. When I returned in 2013 as a faculty member, the Min H. Kao Electrical Engineering and Computer Science building had just opened. Today, we also have the John D. Tickle building and just broke […]
A Message from Mark Dean
College Now 33rd in 2019 U.S. News and World Report Rankings
The Tickle College of Engineering climbed one spot and is now the 33rd-ranked undergraduate program among public universities, according to the 2019 U.S. News and World Report rankings. The college is ranked 59th overall in the new National Universities list, which includes public and private universities that emphasize research and offer a full range of bachelor’s, […]
UT Research Holds Promise for Medical, Scientific Breakthroughs
A multidisciplinary team of researchers from the Tickle College of Engineering are working with ORNL on neuromorphic computing.
Parker Taking New Role at Office of Science and Technology Policy
Mark Dean taking new role as Interim Dean of the college as Lynne Parker joins the White House Office of Science and Technology.
Department of Energy: Katie Schuman—Giving Neuromorphic Computers Brains and Brawn
Katie Schuman is working on applying the principles of the human brain and turning those principles into the next generation of supercomputers.
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.
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.”