Covid-19 Pandemic Research
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has caused an unprecedented crisis throughout the world. This emergency has led to severe health, social and economic challenges in more than 190 countries leading to rising crime and extreme poverty. Governments have adopted many responses to the crisis in order to prevent the spread of the virus and mitigate its impact. See how research from UTT’s faculty and students share new insights and foster new solutions through the use of technology to manage the pandemic crisis.
The world is rushing to the 4th Industrial Revolution where Engineering is at the core of all technological developments. This event showcases the research done by faculty and students, spanning a diverse set of engineering fields including; Chemical and Material Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering and Mechanics of Fluids, Soils and Structures.
Research and innovation has always been a key driver of wealth generation and is essential for us Caribbean countries with small economies of scale. We can no longer rely on Tourism, Oil & Gas or cash crops to sustain our development. See how UTT’s faculty and students carve a path for sustainable development through research, innovation and entrepreneurship.
Fashion, Arts, Education
The Creative Arts have a long history of influencing science and technology over the centuries. See how UTT’s faculty and student research can shed new light and insights to help us foster new sustainable industries in the Creative Arts.
Food Technology and Security
The pandemic has changed the world as we know it. It has exposed the fragility of our food systems, and disruptions have affected our food supply, health, economies, and the environment. We need to rethink our present food industry and supply routes. Discover how our research, technologies and innovations can be leveraged to better support the needs of our society.
Sports, Health, Criminology and Sciences
Sports and health research are integral to developing healthy and productive citizens. Fighting crime is a shared responsibility in our society and continues to play a major role in economic growth and development. Research in the sciences can contribute to the body of knowledge which can be used to develop technologies and novel products. See how our faculty and student’s latest research can help contribute to solutions to the challenges to our society.