Peng Zhao’s extensive research expertise brings potential for impactful advances in electric-vehicle safety.
UTSI Research Scientist Brian Canfield, of the Center for Laser Applications, will conduct precise ultrafast laser micromachining of the diamond chips that are central to the spectrometry aspect of the research, a vital piece of the project’s overall success.
UTSI teams up with AEDC engineers to apply optical flow visualization to jet engine testing.
UTSI partnered with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to investigate the chemistry, transport, and deposition of mercury compounds in the atmosphere.
In partnership with the Office of Naval Research, the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, launched the SERVE program for veterans at UT.
AIAA sponsors student conferences in each of AIAA’s six regions of the U.S. to help encourage students.
Julie King, a graduate research assistant, is the first author of Chapter 29 of “MRI-Guided Laser Induced Thermal Therapy of Glioblastoma.”
Arnold Seminar Series: Advanced Techniques to Analyze Large Datasets of Turbulent Flow.
Lara Lash has been selected to participate in the 2014 Transatlantic Program for Young Technology Leaders.
Jackie Johnson was recognized at the 2014 College of Engineering Faculty and Staff Awards Dinner.