Researchers at the University of Tennessee of Chattanooga are driving faster—and more safely—into the future of mobility with the recent arrival of the University’s first autonomous vehicle.
At this month’s annual meeting of the Transportation Research Board (TRB), part of the National Academies of Sciences, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga was a sponsor of a research data challenge drawing competitors from across the country.
In August, EPB announced it is taking its fiber-optic network from the 10-gig capacity it established in 2015 up to 25 gigs. The goal is expansion across the EPB coverage area with good results all over the city, and what’s good for Chattanooga is expected to be very good for UTC and its urban-environment campus.
Researchers from across the country came to UTC for a workshop on genetics.
Eight faculty-led projects spanning multiple departments at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga have been awarded over $700,000 in support from the competitive CEACSE program.
The UTC SimCenter is still open and offering its services to anyone working on solutions to COVID-19. “We want to be sure everyone who might need our help reaches out to us ASAP over the next days, weeks, and months,” said SimCenter Director Anthony Skjellum. “Please reach out to me if you have any questions,…
UTC’s SimCenter is one of the hosts of an international conference on high-performance computing.
A research project by Drs. Dalei Wu and Yu Liang was selected as one of the 50 best in the country.
UTC is among several universities in a $9.8 million research project on the development of reusable hypersonic vehicles to travel at speeds greater than five times the speed of sound.
UTC was welcomed this week into an exclusive neighborhood that includes Harvard, Georgia Tech, Johns Hopkins and Notre Dame.