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Computational Science Student of the Month: Jhiin Joo

Where are you from? I was born in South Korea, moved to America when I was about 8 month old and lived in Columbus, Ohio for about 4 years, went back to Korea, and grew up there. During my undergraduate years in Korea, I came to America a couple of times for an exchange student program and for a pre-internship and internship program. That eventually led me to apply

Dr. Anthony (Tony) Skjellum Appointed as the New Director of the SimCenter

We are pleased to welcome, Dr. Tony Skjellum to the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Dr. Anthony Skjellum, comes to us from Auburn University where he was the Lead Cyber Scientist and the Cyber Center director.  He also led R&D in High Performance Computing (HPC) and cyber at Auburn University in the college of engineering.  Skjellum’s current research is a split between cyber/Internet of Things, and High Performance Computing and Exascale Storage. He received his

Summer 2017 Important Dates

Summer 2017 May 17 – Summer Long Term and Summer Part of Term I Classes Begin May 29 – Memorial Day Holiday June 27 – Summer Part of Term I Classes End June 28 – Summer Part of Term II Classes Begin July 4 – Independence Day Holiday August 1 – New Faculty Report August 4 – Fall 2017 Open Registration August 8 – Summer Long Term and Summer Part of Term

Spring 2017 Commencement Gallery

College of Engineering and Computer Science Spring 2017 Post-Commencement Reception: Posted by UTC College of Engineering and Computer Science on Saturday, May 6, 2017

Chem E Student Reed Boeger and Mechanical Engineering Professor Dr. Cecelia Wigal – Win Big for CECS and the Extended Community in ReSEARCH Dialogues, Design Showcase, and Art For All

Chemical Engineering sophomore Reed Boeger took first place in the Lightning Round Presentation Competition in UTC’s Second Annual ReSEARCH Dialogues.  The highly successful two-day long event held in April highlighted the research initiatives of the University’s students and faculty, showcasing the scholarship and creative accomplishments of over 300 participants. With the support of his research advisor, Dr. Bradley Harris, Boeger shared his work entitled, “Studying Vibrio Cholerae Adaptations to

Accomplishments, Awards and Transitions

Scholarships and Awards 2016 Chemical Engineering Alumna Ashley Thompson was named recipient of the National Manufacturing Institute’s STEP (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Production) Award for 2017 in a ceremony in Washington, D.C.   Mechanical Engineering senior, Timothy Grider, was recently selected as the 2017-18 recipient of the Frank M Coda Scholarship by the Tennessee Valley Chapter of the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers.   At

Spring 2017 Student and Faculty Research Efforts

Click here to view the Spring 2017 Design Showcase, Campus-wide Research Dialogues, and Capstone Projects Gallery

Experiential Learning and Research

The explosion of information from technological advances and global connectivity is giving rise to both opportunities and challenges.  CECS students and faculty work together to address both the opportunities and the inherent challenges they present.  In classrooms and laboratories, and through experiential learnings via competitions and presentations, the efforts of our students and their faculty mentors have recently garnered several important awards and distinctions which focus on a range

2017 Awards Banquet Gallery

Click here to view the Spring 2017 Awards Dinner Gallery

Computational Science Student of the Month – David Collao

Where are you from? I was born and grew up in Lima, Peru. I came to the US in 2004 to attend college. I went to Lipscomb University in Nashville, TN, where I earned a bachelor’s degree and in 2009 I came to UT Chattanooga to work on a MS and, later, on a PhD. What brought you to UTC? Graduate school brought me to UTC. I was very