UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair of Advanced and Nanostructured Materials Rigoerto Advincula discussed recent accomplishments around quantum dots and how they affect daily lives.
The new center’s focus will lead to new industries in clean energy, computing, and national security.
UT’s Science Alliance announced three Tickle College of Engineering graduate students as recipients of 2023 Graduate Advancement Training and Education (GATE) fellowships. The GATE program supports graduate students through assistantships and fellowships awarded by individual departments to support meritorious, collaborative research between the university and Oak Ridge National Laboratory. These TCE graduate students will begin […]
Several members of the Tickle College of Engineering including faculty and students from multiple departments were recognized during UT’s 2023 Chancellor’s Honors Banquet.
UT research professor Sergei Kalinin and his team have developed a way of manipulating materials at the atomic level, something they call a “lab on a beam.”
Researchers from Oak Ridge National Laboratory recently conducted a study that found that not only did switching to switchgrass prove profitable for Midwest farmers, it also helped stem land loss and saw an 8 percent increase in the biodiversity of bird species in the area.
“To ensure accuracy in tooling parts, you need a material that does not change shape during the process, which is why silica sand has been promising,” said Dustin Gilmer, a University of Tennessee Bredesen Center student and the study’s lead author.
The Tickle College of Engineering has partnered with MSC Industrial Supply to advance machining knowledge and techniques across the US.
Enexor BioEnergy and UT’s Dayakar Penumadu have teamed up to design and build a combustion engine that can burn waste products with zero carbon emissions.
Two UT professors work on teams that have been nominated for R&D 100 awards, Yilu Liu and Michela Taufer.