87 FROM INDUSTRY ATTEND UTSI COURSE IN WICHITA, KANSAS ON AIRCRAFT ICING

For release November 28, 2005 87 FROM INDUSTRY ATTEND UTSI COURSE IN WICHITA, KANSAS ON AIRCRAFT ICING Eighty-seven individuals from three aircraft manufacturers attended a recent University of Tennessee Space Institute course on aircraft icing in Wichita, Kansas. Richard Ranaudo, a professor in UTSI’s Aviation Systems Department, who initiated icing courses at the Institute, was […]

CONGRESS APPROPRIATES $1 MILLION FOR UTSI’S CARBON FIBER RESEARCH

For release November 23, 2005 CONGRESS APPROPRIATES $1 MILLION FOR UTSI’S CARBON FIBER RESEARCH In action awaiting the President’s signature, Congress has approved $1 million to support continued low cost carbon fiber research at The University of Tennessee Space Institute. U.S. Senators Bill Frist and Lamar Alexander announced that this appropriation is included in a […]

PAPER BY UTSI PROFESSOR & FORMER STUDENT OFFERS BETTER THERMAL SIMULATION METHODS

For release November 22, 2005 PAPER BY UTSI PROFESSOR & FORMER STUDENT OFFERS BETTER THERMAL SIMULATION METHODS A more efficient way of simulating the cooling of electronic packages is advocated in a recently published technical paper written by a University of Tennessee Space Institute professor and one of his former undergraduate students. “Our paper illustrates […]

CARUTHERS RETIRING JUNE 30

For release November 11, 2005 CARUTHERS RETIRING JUNE 30 Dr. John E. Caruthers announced today that he will retire effective June 30 as Associate Vice President of The University of Tennessee and chief operating officer of The UT Space Institute. “It has been a challenge to lead the Institute through the stormy seas of change,” […]