Dan Wilson employs mathematical prowess and uses large amounts of data to create complex equations, or algorithms, and develop dynamical models that predict or analyze how the human body or a machine will act or react to stimuli.
For more than 30 years, the Innovative Computing Laboratory has taken on challenge after challenge, helping it become a driving force in high-performance computing. Now, recently appointed Director Hartwig Anzt has a new idea for the ICL and what he hopes it can become.
A project led by Dongarra Professor Michela Taufer reaches across disciplines to design and build a software system based on data that can predict soil moisture at levels necessary to help support agriculture and hydrology.
Longtime UT and ORNL Professor Jack Dongarra was named the AM Turing Award winner for 2021 for his contributions to computing.
UT and AT&T are collaborating on new research surrounding 5G technology, with faculty in the Tickle College of Engineering playing key roles.
The Garcia sisters enjoy a unique support system as first generation students—the trio of sisters were all in electrical engineering at the same time.
Research Associate Professor Chien-fei Chen is looking to add a human element to the work on power grids being done by CURENT.
NIcole McFarlane, assistant professor of electrical engineering and computer science, is working to improve the sensors used by diabetics for glucose testing.