Archive for NSF

Dr. Tracy A. Hammond, associate professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University, received a grant from the NSF Division of Information & Intelligent Systems' Cyberlearning and Future Learning Technologies office to investigate how spatial reasoning and…


Dr. Eun Jung Kim, associate professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, was awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to develop a framework for high-performance and energy-efficient on-chip network mechanisms in synergy with Multicore Accelerator. Kim is the principal i…


Dr. Dezhen Song received a three-year National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to develop a new robotic system, algorithms and control schemes for sustainable civil infrastructures. The project, "Collaborative Research: Minimally Invasive Robotic Non-Destructive Evaluation and Rehabilitation for Brid…


A team led by Arum Han, associate professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Texas A&M University, recently had its paper on microfluidic systems for algal biofuel development published in the journal Lab on a Chip as a cover article. Microalgae, photosynthetic microo…


For the second consecutive year, a graduate student from the Department of Aerospace Engineering has been awarded a Graduate Research Fellowship Program Fellowship from the National Science Foundation. Steven Anderson, a graduate student working on his doctoral degree in aerospace engineering has be…


Tim Woodbury, a graduate student working on his master’s degree in Aerospace Engineering at Texas A&M University, has been awarded a fellowship from the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program.  This program (GRFP) recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students …


Dr. Dezhen Song was awarded an NSF grant for searching for transient targets in physical space. His research project is entitled, "Robotic Search of Transient Objects." The grant is funded through the NSF Division of Information & Intelligent Systems for three years beginning Fall 2013. Dr. Song…


Dr. Xingfu Wu, TEES associate research professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University, has been awarded a three year NSF grant, effective Aug. 1. He is the co-principal investigator with Dr. Faming Liang from the Texas A&M Department of Statistics on…


Dr. Dylan Shell was awarded an NSF grant for algorithms for adaptive robotics sampling of sparse spatio-temporal fields for his research project, "Collaborative Research: Decision-Making on Uncertain Spatial-Temporal Fields: Modeling, Planning and Control with Applications to Adaptive Sampling." Th…


The National Science Foundation has awarded three-year graduate fellowships to several Texas A&M University engineering students and recognized others with honorable mentions. Students annually receive up to $10,500 for tuition and fees to the school of their choice, plus a $30,000 stipend fo…