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This summer, the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering hosted the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers TryEngineering Summer Institute.

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Dr. Brian Craig is the dean of the College of Engineering at Lamar University and a former student at Texas A&M. He spoke with us about his time in Aggieland, his career and his advice for engineering students.

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The College of Engineering now offers the Concept, Creation and Commercialization Certificate to give undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to learn in-depth strategies on how to transform their ideas into reality.

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The DIAMOND project is aimed at developing novel technologies and integrated systems that will lead to a paradigm shift in managing shale gas wastewater. The potential impact on industry and everyday life is tremendous.

The Texas A&M College of Engineering won the CIGRE Outstanding Collective Member Award.

The Texas A&M University College of Engineering was named recipient of the CIGRE Outstanding Collective Member Award, which previously had only been given to companies in industry.

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Senior Madeline Loftin has taken her college education to the next level by starting a business, developing her entrepreneurial skills alongside her engineering ones.

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Senior Jacob Good traveled from Pennsylvania to study biomedical engineering at Texas A&M and has found his passion in pharmaceutical research. He shares his own journey, as well as advice for incoming and current students.

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In spring 2018, the Professor Abraham Clearfield Materials Science Scholarship was established, which honors Clearfield for his role in starting materials science and engineering education and research efforts at Texas A&M.

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A geometric shape found in animal skin cells that allow them to be watertight has inspired Texas A&M University researchers to begin developing Delaunay Lofts – bio-inspired building blocks – that have a wide range of future applications from architectural design to air-flow control.

The near side of the Moon, as seen by the cameras aboard NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft.

A team of industry, faculty and undergraduate students recently presented a lunar rover prototype to NASA scientists at the Johnson Space Center. The articulated suspension robot, called LOUIE (Lunar Observation, Utility and Imaging Explorer), aims to conduct lunar soil analysis and characterization as well as imaging for concurrent lunar operation.

Sriniketh Sukumar standing proudly in front of undergraduate summer research program project poster

Petroleum engineering student Sriniketh Sukumar ’21 took time to share his thoughts on his participation and project in the College of Engineering’s Undergraduate Summer Research Grant (USRG) program.

Spyridon Tsolas

Spyridon Tsolas' poster, "Systematic Design, Analysis and Optimization of Water-Energy Nexus," won an award at the 2019 Foundations of Computer Aided Process Design Conference.

Dr. Mladen Kezunovic receiving the Philip Sporn Award

Dr. Mladen Kezunovic, Eugene E. Webb and Regents Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Texas A&M University, was honored as the recipient of the International CIGRE Philip Sporn Award.

Brian Welsh on an experience with Engineers Without Borders

We sat down with student Brian Welsh to learn about his civil engineering experience at Texas A&M and the impact on his engineering career.

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Dr. Keshawa Shukla discusses spatial distribution of the fluid (hydrocarbon) components in oil reservoirs in his book chapter “Thermodynamics of Thermal Diffusion Factors in Hydrocarbon Mixtures.”

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Until recently, research on automated vehicles (AVs) and human driver interaction was not a well-studied subject in the realm of transportation. A team of graduate students in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering has dedicated the last few years to looking deeper into this area.

Dr. Arun Srinivasa

Dr. Arun Srinivasa is the latest recipient of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers’ (ASME) 2019 Worcester Reed Warner Medal.

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The Texas A&M University College of Engineering received a Bronze level award for the inaugural American Society for Engineering Education Diversity Recognition Program (ADRP), the highest level of achievement they can currently achieve. The college also received exemplar status, which was only bestowed on a select number of institutions.

National Academy of Inventors new members Drs. Robert Balog and Balakrishna Haridas

Two faculty members from the Texas A&M University College of Engineering were among 54 academic inventors named to the spring 2019 class of senior members by the National Academy of Inventors

Stephen A. Holditch

Dr. Stephen A. Holditch ’69, who served on the faculty of the Harold Vance Department of Petroleum Engineering at Texas A&M University since 1976, passed away on Aug. 9, 2019.

The 2019-20 Engineering Summer Bridge Program cohort

Family, mentors and friends proudly celebrated 75 first-generation incoming students completing this year's Engineering Summer Bridge Program.

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A team of researchers from Texas A&M University, Yale University and the American College of Cardiology investigated how machine learning techniques can be applied in health care to predict the probability of a patient bleeding during or after a coronary procedure.

Polymers for Advanced Technologies

The 15th International Conference on Polymers for Advanced Technologies was hosted by Texas A&M University Aug. 8-10. The three-day conference, organized by faculty from the Colleges of Science, Pharmacy and Engineering, is associated with the journal Polymers for Advanced Technologies.

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The Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University had an influential role in this year's Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ 33rd International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS).

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The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents on Thursday authorized the construction of a $130 million Combat Development Complex at the Texas A&M System’s RELLIS Campus in Bryan.

Wanda and Jack McMahan

Joan and Michael McGee, together with Maxine and Michael McMahan, have established the Wanda and Jack E. McMahan ’43 Scholarship to support students pursuing a degree in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Texas A&M University.

Dr. Alexandros Gerakis and Dr. Kentaro Hara

With a $300,000 grant from the National Science Foundation, a team of researchers at Texas A&M University is diving deep into the physics of plasma to question the fundamental theory of local thermodynamic equilibrium in arc discharges.

Paul Burke and Daniel Varnum Lowry

Paul Burke and Daniel Varnum-Lowry, graduate students in the Department of Aerospace Engineering, won the best poster award at the International Space Station (ISS) Research and Development conference held in Atlanta.

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A conversation with the final three doctoral students from the College of Engineering at Texas A&M University who have received this year's Engineering Graduate Merit Fellowship.

David and Denise Senor

David and Denise Senor have established the David ’88 and Denise ’85 Senor Scholarship to support students pursuing an undergraduate degree from the Department of Nuclear Engineering at Texas A&M University.

Lila Fox and Chad Ermel

Lila Fox and Chad Ermel ’96 have established the Lila Fox and Chad Ermel ’96 Scholarship in the College of Engineering to support first-generation students.

International Space Station orbiting above the Earth.

The Hermes facility, which will provide NASA scientists with a unique capability for ongoing microgravity research, has been activated onboard the International Space Station. Three engineering technology and industrial distribution students have been working with NASA for the past two years in developing Hermes.

A facial analysis map on a face

Whether it's tagging photos, identifying people or measuring audience responses, facial analysis techniques have become part of daily life. Collaborating with MoodMe, a team led by Dr. Zhangyang “Atlas” Wang is working to advance the algorithms and utilization of this branch of artificial intelligence.

Dr. Garrett McKay

Dr. Garrett McKay, postdoctoral researcher at the Colorado School of Mines, will be joining the Zachry Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering in fall 2019 as a member of the environmental engineering research group.

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Most Texans will forever carry the memory of the widespread devastation left behind by Hurricanes Harvey and Ike along the state’s coastal cities and communities. Better protecting cities and communities from future weather-related events are at the forefront of researchers’ minds.