UTC has become the first academic institution to be connected to EPB Quantum Network℠ powered by Qubitekk. In late 2022, EPB and Qubitekk jointly launched the nation’s first industry-led, commercially available quantum network for running equipment and applications in an established fiber optic environment. UTC is connected to the network via a node within a quantum technology laboratory on campus.
An alliance of Kentucky and Tennessee universities and partner entities make up the Generate Advanced Manufacturing Excellence for Change (GAME Change) coalition that has been awarded a $1 million National Science Foundation grant. The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga has a “core partner” role in the coalition led by the University of Kentucky.
Meet Dr. Reinhold Mann and Dr. Tian Li, two of the research scientists leading UTC into the world of quantum technologies.
UTC research helps Chattanooga become one of two U.S. cities to be invited to join the G20 Global Smart Cities Alliance.
Read more about Chattanooga’s ethical data practices As many urban areas adopt “smart city” initiatives, Chattanooga is doing so with a slightly different approach—and now, the city is being recognized for its ethical practices. The Smart 50 Awards, created by US Ignite, Smart Cities Connect and Smart Cities Connect Foundation listed Chattanooga’s data analytics practices…
Top of the Class The winners in the Smart Cities North American Awards are: Education UTC — Chattanooga, Tennessee Administration Get It Done Expansion — San Diego, California Civic Engagement Smart Living in the Windy City — Chicago, Illinois Digital Equity and Accessibility NYCx Co-Labs in Brownsville — Borough of Brooklyn and Neighborhood of Brownsville,…
UTC is part of a newly formed organization that combines several Chattanooga groups in the pursuit of research projects and funding for those projects.