UT has welcomed more than 75 participants from around the world for the 13th International Conference on Sandwich Structures.
“Through this grant, we will be able to strengthen industry partnerships that advance groundbreaking research and development in advanced composites,” said Uday Vaidya, UT–Oak Ridge National Laboratory Governor’s Chair for Advanced Composites Manufacturing and UT’s lead on the project.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, the University of Kentucky, and the US Army are partnering on a new advanced manufacturing project.
UT has joined an 11-member university consortium grant for research and development into nuclear science, engineering, and security.
“The center has provided me resources and support to help me achieve fruitful personal development,” said Wu. “They have inspired me to investigate all sorts of interesting ideas and have motivated me to find solutions and answers.
Materials science and engineering and nuclear engineering faculty team up as part of a $30 million consortium sponsored by DOE. Howard Hall, Governor’s Chair for Global Nuclear Security and Professor, nuclear engineering (NE); Research Professor in materials science and engineering (MSE) and Director of the Scintillation Materials Research Center, Chuck Melcher; Jason Hayward, NE Associate […]
In the ten years since its founding, the Scintillation Materials Research Center in UT’s College of Engineering has become one of the world’s leading centers for the discovery, development, and application of scintillators—materials that emit light when in the presence of radiation, providing a valuable detection method.