Over the last 20 years, the SimCenter has been a beehive of activity, with projects that range from analyzing fuel cells to provide for ever-expanding energy needs to testing cybersecurity systems that prevent hackers from prying to predicting how a submarine might navigate rough waters.
In early October, the Rocket Mocs—comprised of students in the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga College of Engineering and Computer Science—learned of their acceptance into the 2023 Student Launch Challenge.
From the pages of University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Magazine: Historically, Albania hasn’t offered much preparation for STEM careers. Freeman Broadwell (’16, mechanical engineering) has been working to change that ever since he moved to this country on the Adriatic Sea in 2020.
UTC and VW are training the carmaker’s employees for electric vehicle production.
Bachelor’s and master’s degrees in hand, Josh Tyler looks forward to Ph.D. program
Engineering freshmen designed fun, educational and safe activities for those with disabilities.
Middle and high school students had 90 minutes to design, build and compete.
Paper planes were flying—sometimes—across Chamberlain Field.
Trevor Elliott chosen for Society of Automotive Engineers’ Ralph R. Teetor Educational Award.
Current metal implants must be surgically removed if problems arise.