UT and Volkswagen Group of America Inc. have announced plans to accelerate their longstanding research partnership through new programming. Plans include expanding PhD and undergraduate opportunities and adding new research projects.
UT and Thermo Fisher Scientific will lead a one-day workshop on May 24 to learn more about UT’s Microscopy Center. Attendees will gain insights into cutting-edge materials with the use of electron microscopy, watch interactive presentations, and engage with academic scholars and industry professionals.
Professor Hanno Weitering and Associate Professor Steve Johnston led a team that discovered silicon can host a form of superconductivity, which could bring quantum technologies closer to industrial scale production.
UT and AT&T dedicated the new AT&T 5G Lab—enabling research for multiple sectors such as precision agriculture, transportation, and telemedicine—at the UT Research Park at Cherokee Farm.
Celebrating its third anniversary, the success of the Volkswagen Innovation Hub at UT Research Park is due to UT’s flexible research partnership model and up-and-coming researchers like Marton Kardos.