ThermoFisher and UT will present a workshop on plasma-focused ion beam microscopy on October 6 at IAMM headquarters.
UT is producing advanced manufacturing’s leaders of tomorrow, including second-year doctoral candidate José Nazario.
UT’s polymer research spans chemistry, physics, chemical engineering, biosystems engineering, and forestry.
In 2020, doctoral student William Henken became one of the first recipients of a Volkswagen fellowship, which provides funding and collaboration with VW on industrially relevant R&D.
UT’s expertise in advanced manufacturing and workforce development is a key component in the Hybrid Autonomous Manufacturing, Moving from Evolution to Revolution (HAMMER) Engineering Research Center.
In 2020, doctoral student Andrew Foote became one of the first recipients of a Volkswagen fellowship.