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Peng Wang Awarded NSF Funding to Research Machine Tool Anomaly Detection

I. S. Jawahir in the Institute for Sustainable Manufacturing and the Department of Mechanical Engineering is Co-PI.


YuMing Zhang Receives New NSF Grant for Intelligent Co-Robotic Welding

Peng Wang, assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Department of Mechanical Engineering, will serve as co-PI.


Alumna Alex Castle Elected President of Tennessee Distillers Guild

Castle was the first female head distiller in Tennessee, overseeing all facets of production at Old Dominick Distillery.


CAER, ORNL Research Partnership to Turn Coal Into High-value Carbon Fiber

The collaboration will allow two of the world’s leading carbon fiber research and development organizations to maximize their respective expertise in the field.


Structural Engineers Association Raising Awareness for the Structural Engineering Field

UK’s SEA chapter wants to promote structural engineering awareness through disaster response sustainability, education, publications and outreach.


Dual-purpose Hemp Cultivars Have Best Biofuel Potential

In the study led by BAE assistant professor Jian Shi, the dual-purpose cultivars that had the best biofuel potential, which uses the stalk, also produced grain.


Matthew Morse Receives Tau Beta Pi Scholarship

Morse researched polymeric drug delivery complexes under Professor Thomas Dziubla through undergraduate research and UK’s REU program.


Welcome Back Message from Chair Tom Dziubla

Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering Chair Tom Dziubla apprises incoming and returning students about changes within the department.


Kentucky Part of New Tier 1 University Transportation Center

Gregory Erhardt, assistant professor in the Department of Civil Engineering, is the PI for UK.


Hala Nassereddine Receives ELECTRI International Early Career Award

The purpose of the Early Career Award is to initiate a relationship with young researchers who will bring a new focus into the ELECTRI “research family.”