YNot Team with Grant Kobes at VexU
Industrial engineering student Grant Kobes vision for UT's robotics team was to give engineering students hands on experience and to increase STEM interest with students in the Knoxville community.
Montage of Researchers at the Tickle College of Engineering
Although there are many engineering disciplines, they all have the inherent common core of impacting and improving lives.
Matthew Mench checks on TEL BOXX in 3d Printer
Matthew Mench, department head for mechanical, aerospace, and biomedical engineering, saw a need for a new device to help with opioid epidemic.
Hilt of blade designed by UT's Bladesmithing Club
Students from UT's Bladesmithing Club worked to build a blade to compete at the Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS) conference, where they took home more metal than they arrived with.
John Schwartz and Taylor Blackstone Collect Samples
John Schwartz and civil and environmental engineering graduate students are taking adventurous steps to ensure the quality of our water and air is in check.
Janis Terpenny
Janis Terpenny, new dean of the Tickle College of Engineering, presents her vision for the college which includes finding, providing, and developing new opportunities.
Andy Sarles
Andy Sarles, associate professor of mechanical, aerospace, and biomedical engineering, is working as part of a Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI) on using neuromorphic computing in autonomous vehicles.
Montage of Research Briefs stories
Researchers from the around the college are leading the way in several fields including fusion reactors, neuromorphic computing, and autonomous vehicles.
Sarah Wonner
Sara Wonner, a student in materials science and engineering, is marching toward success as a member of the Pride of Southland Marching Band and Lacy Vols' Pep Band.

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