University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Chancellor Steven R. Angle joined EPB and key partners in Washington, D.C., for the announcement of the nation’s first industry-led, commercially available quantum network, which will be based in Chattanooga and include a node on the UTC campus.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Library’s Special Collections department has secured a grant to digitize documents and photographs detailing the history of labor and industry in Chattanooga.
Assistant Professor of Chemistry Ben Stein was awarded a $322,375 grant from the NIH for the project entitled, “Characterization of non-canonical regulatory pathways in the Caulobacter NtrYX signaling system.” The NIH Research Enhancement Award, known as an R15, is only the second received by a UTC faculty member in recent years.
UC Foundation Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering Don Reising, who served in the U.S. Army from 1995-1999 and the Ohio Army National Guard from 1999-2005, will be the keynote speaker for the Chancellor’s Veterans’ Day Luncheon.
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.
Hong Qin, a UTC professor of computer science, has been selected to advance to the second of three rounds of review in the U.S. National Academy of Medicine’s Healthy Longevity Global Grand Challenge.
Maxwell King helped digitally archive and catalogue the massive collection of artifacts at the Bessie Smith Cultural Center.
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.
Over the course of several weeks in 2020, UTC students found dozens of Civil War items.
Are humans affecting the local salamander population?