Suresh Babu, UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair for Advanced Manufacturing, has been selected as the new director of the Bredesen Center.
Suresh Babu to Lead UT-ORNL Bredesen Center
Electronic Component News: Need for Speed: Neutrons Study Fluid Flow for Hypersonic Flight
Electronic Component News featured UT Associate Professor Zhili Zhang to discuss his research in hypersonic flight.
Dongarra Talks Supercomputing with Wired
Jack Dongarra, Distinguished Professor in electrical engineering and computer science, spoke to the magazine Wired about the new supercomputing “arms race.”
UT’s Liaw Named Fellow of Exclusive Materials Science Society
“I am honored and humbled by this selection,” said Liaw. “It is a very prestigious society, one that I first joined as a student nearly 40 years ago. To see that it comes full circle is a great pleasure.”
UT-ORNL Big Data Doctorate First of Its Kind; Will Have Impact Across State
The use of big data—collecting and interpreting vast amounts of information—has rapidly grown in importance across areas ranging from health care to nuclear security. To help meet that demand UT and Oak Ridge National Laboratory have created the Data Science and Engineering Doctorate, the only one in the United States to pair a university and national […]
Governors Chairs Driving New Wave of Manufacturing
“Through our centers, labs, and researchers we have built a reputation in a number of advanced manufacturing areas, from 3D printing to the use of new fibers and techniques,” said Taylor Eighmy, vice chancellor for research and engagement.
Faculty Spotlight: Maik Lang
“The classes I teach often have a connection to my personal research, and when possible, I exhibit examples or include stories from my experiences to better illustrate the subject,” Lang said.
Alloy Expert Easo George Named Newest UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair
Having most recently served as the director of the Center for Interface Dominated High Performance Materials at Ruhr-University Bochum in Bochum, Germany, George has built a reputation as an authority on alloys and metals, and the behavior and testing of both.
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 […]
Zawodzinski Keeps Focus on Research Amid Mounting Honors
The Zawodzinski Group in UT’s College of Engineering has established itself as a prominent player for research into and development of electrochemical energy systems.