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July 14, 2010

UTC SimCenter Called ‘Gold Mine’ for Local Economy

Dave Flessner

Since moving to the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in 2002, the computational engineering program and research center (SimCenter ) has grown to more than 20 research faculty who are training dozens of doctoral students, most of whom say they want to stay in the area. The center also has been involved in conducting computer simulations for research projects ranging from a new hydrogen cell for Bloom Energy to diesel engine improvements for Cummins Engines.

Full story at Chattanooga Times Free Press

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