Wes Hines, Maik Lang, Jamie Coble, David Donovan, and Michelle McBee received faculty and staff awards from UT’s Tickle College of Engineering.
UT nuclear engineering researchers helped influence a new federal push toward making a working fusion power plant a reality by the late 2030s.
Congratulations to the following faculty members who will start the 2020 fall semester with well-earned promotions and/or tenure. Promoted to […]
Academic and administrative colleagues of the Tickle College of Engineering show appreciation for each other every day as a matter […]
The 2nd Joint Community Planning Workshop for Magnetic Fusion Energy and Fusion Materials & Technology, held at UT in November, […]
Fusion powers the sun and all the stars in the galaxy. It produces nearly all of the elements. It’s the […]
Nuclear engineering students Jonah Duran and Shawn Zamperini, along with Assistant Professor David Donovan, recently visited DIII-D—the nation’s leading fusion […]
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