The Center for Advanced Systems Research and Education at UT will host an international event on October 6 that aims to improve business practices around the world.
Tickle College of Engineering News
A new technique for building automotive panels with thermoplastics and carbon fibers could revolutionize the auto industry.
Four faculty members from the Haslam College of Business and Tickle College of Engineering have received a National Science Foundation grant totaling $1.7 million.
CURENT, a National Science Foundation-backed center housed at UT, has the electric grid, its security, and its sustainability as its focus.
Tickle College of Engineering Dean Wayne T. Davis has announced his intent to retire early in the summer of 2018. “Dean Davis has been an active and vital member of the university for decades, and his outstanding leadership has helped to bring the college to new levels of nationally recognized excellence,” said Interim Provost John Zomchick.
Each semester, the Tickle College of Engineering’s Distinguished Lecture Series welcomes an array of leaders in the field of engineering. This fall, the lineup includes lectures on everything from water sustainability to robots in the workforce, including the prestigious Kappe Lecture. Held in conjunction with Vanderbilt University and Tennessee Tech University, the Kappe Lecture is
An interdisciplinary collaboration at UT is confronting storm-related flooding and runoff, an increasingly important topic highlighted by recent devastation in the wake of Hurricane Harvey and the looming threat of Hurricane Irma. The National Science Foundation is providing $1.8 million in funding for the College of Social Work and the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering project.
Jon Hathaway talked to WATE about Hurricane Harvey and flood mitigation.
WiSTAR3 kicks off the fall semester with a meeting at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Schulz Brau Brewery, 126 Bernard Avenue. Interested students are encouraged to attend and discuss possible events for this school year.
UT’s Jon Hathaway, an assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, is an expert in flooding, water runoff, and urban water issues. He provides some information about the issues facing Texas and Louisiana when floodwaters from Hurricane Harvey begin to recede.