Professor and GRA Spent Summer in China

Tuesday, September 16, 2008 Writer: Shanna Relford news@utsi.edu Professor and GRA Spent Summer in China University of Tennessee Space Institute (UTSI) Professor Joe Majdalani and Graduate Research Assistant Tony Saad spent six weeks in China this summer collaborating with scientists at Peking University (PKU) in Beijing. After about 12 hours confined to their seats on […]

Dr. Dahotre Named ASME Fellow

Monday, March 17, 2008 Writer: Shanna Relford news@utsi.edu Dr. Dahotre Named ASME Fellow Dr. Narendra Dahotre, professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, has recently been elected to the 2008 Class of Fellows of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). He has been recognized for excellence and outstanding contributions to basic understanding […]

UTSI LIGHTS GIANT CHRISTMAS TREE

For release December 4, 2006 UTSI LIGHTS GIANT CHRISTMAS TREE The lobby was filled and an orange-suited “UT Santa” lent an ear to numerous children as lights for a 20-foot-tall tree were turned on for The University of Tennessee Space Institute’s “first official Christmas tree lighting” at twilight Nov. 29. Faculty, staff, students and members […]

DIRECTOR OF AF OFFICE OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH BRIEFED ON RESEARCH DURING FIRST VISIT TO UTSI

For release September 11, 2006 DIRECTOR OF AF OFFICE OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH BRIEFED ON RESEARCH DURING FIRST VISIT TO UTSI Dr. Brendan Godfrey, Director, Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR), got a thorough update on research under way at The University of Tennessee Space Institute and shared much about the work of his organization […]

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 PROFESSOR COLLABORATING WITH ORBITEC IN DEVELOPMENT OF INNOVATIVE ROCKET ENGINE

For release January 9, 2005 UTSI PROFESSOR COLLABORATING WITH ORBITEC IN DEVELOPMENT OF INNOVATIVE ROCKET ENGINE An intensive analysis of a specific rocket engine design that promises high performance, longevity, and low cost is called for in a $175,000 sub-contract recently awarded to The University of Tennessee Space Institute. ORBITEC’s innovative vortex combustion rocket engine […]

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 […]