UTSI LAB SPINS ITS FIRST CARBON FIBERS; CHALLENGING STEPS AHEAD, VAKILI SAYS

For release February 3, 2006 UTSI LAB SPINS ITS FIRST CARBON FIBERS; CHALLENGING STEPS AHEAD, VAKILI SAYS The University of Tennessee Space Institute’s carbon fiber research team has successfully spun carbon fibers in the Institute’s new “spin lab” earlier than previously planned. “We were able to spin carbon fiber continuously for more than two hours […]

AEDC COMMANDER: UTSI AVIATION PROGRAM ‘VITAL ASSET’

For release February 6, 2006 AEDC COMMANDER: UTSI AVIATION PROGRAM ‘VITAL ASSET’ The University of Tennessee Space Institute’s Aviation Systems program is an asset for Arnold Engineering Development Center (AEDC) and vital to the aviation industry, AEDC Commander Brig. Gen. David Stringer said during a recent tour of UTSI’s Flight Research Center at Tullahoma Airport. […]

UTSI SETS INTERMEDIATE LABVIEW COURSE FOR SCIENTISTS, ENGINEERS MARCH 28-30

For release February 15, 2006 UTSI SETS INTERMEDIATE LABVIEW COURSE FOR SCIENTISTS, ENGINEERS MARCH 28-30 A short course designed to help engineers and scientists apply a “LabVIEW” computer program to research problems is scheduled for March 28-30 at The University of Tennessee Space Institute. Dr. Brad Winkleman is instructor for “Intermediate LabVIEW,” which Director Becky […]

3 POST-DOC RESEARCH ASSOCIATES EXPLORING TINY WORLD IN UTSI LABS

For release February 21, 2006 3 POST-DOC RESEARCH ASSOCIATES EXPLORING TINY WORLD IN UTSI LABS Three young scientists from very diverse places in the world have joined the team at The University of Tennessee Space Institute’s Center for Laser Applications (CLA) to do laser-related research. While their projects overlap, Drs. Yelena White of Kazakhstan, Lino Costa […]

UTSI RESEARCHERS MENTOR 3 STUDENTS AS PART OF ‘ENGINEER for DAY’ EMPHASIS

For release February 23, 2006 UTSI RESEARCHERS MENTOR 3 STUDENTS AS PART OF ‘ENGINEER for DAY’ EMPHASIS Three students from area high schools recently spent an afternoon visiting various laboratories at The University of Tennessee Space Institute. Martin (Bubba) Jones, a junior at Huntland High, Adam Pylant, a senior at Unionville Community High, and Kirk […]