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Dr. Brent Bielefeldt '16, ’20 is pursuing his research full-time as part of a National Research Council research associateship. His proposed solution to a major pitfall in the field of topology optimization earned him the opportunity upon receiving his doctorate from Texas A&M University.

The Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station will lead a $20 million-per-year Department of Defense initiative for modernizing hypersonic flight capabilities. The five-year initiative will also involve many of the nation’s top research universities.

Researchers from Texas A&M Engineering and Los Alamos National Laboratory are improving magnesium alloys’ usability, which could mean stronger, lighter vehicles that could significantly reduce fuel consumption and carbon footprints, and enhance their maneuverability.

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#6 among public undergraduate programs
611 undergraduate students
173 graduate students