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A team of engineering students from Texas A&M competed in the Global Grand Challenges Summit Competition in California. Team lead Jainita Chauhan shares her experiences from this opportunity.

Former civil engineering student Jim Carman '00 recently rose to senior vice president of commercial development within The Howard Hughes Corporation. The Office of Alumni Relations spoke with him to discuss his career, accomplishments and selfless service.

The Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES), a member of The Texas A&M University System, announced the creation of the new Hewlett Packard Enterprise Center for Computer Architecture Research, made possible with an $11 million donation from Hewlett Packard Enterprise.

Researchers in Dr. Akhilesh K Gaharwar’s lab have formulated a bioink to help in fabricating cell-containing constructs for designing new, healthy, functional tissues.

Kevin Berto knew a graduate degree in ocean engineering would well equip him to contribute to the offshore energy industry. This quickly proved to be true as his advisor Dr. Jeffrey Falzarano pointed him to a joint industry/academic research panel that was the perfect opportunity to draw upon his previous work experiences and further his educational pursuits.

Three undergraduate students in the Department of Engineering Technology and Industrial Distribution recently watched their capstone project be successfully launched and delivered to the International Space Station. The team has been working with NASA on an experiment facility that will study asteroid materials in space.

Dr. I. Yucel Akkutlu’s gas hydrate research is unlocking the role of hysteresis in hydrate recrystallization, allowing him to better model hydrate behavior, a critical step toward safely producing hydrates as a future energy resource for the world.

Dr. Matt Pharr, assistant professor in the J. Mike Walker ’66 Department of Mechanical Engineering, and graduate student Seunghyun Lee, have discovered a new type of fracture in the material used for stretchable electronics.

Five Aggies kicked off their summer with a trip to “Mars,” a simulation program of extraterrestrial operations and research, offered through Mars Academy USA.

A Texas A&M University team led by Dr. Mladen Kezunovic received a $1 million grant from the Department of Energy's National Energy Technology Laboratory to use Big Data Analytics to automate monitoring of synchrophasor recordings, which will help reduce power outages.

Three engineering students at Texas A&M University applied their creativity, experience and interdisciplinary classroom education toward developing an automated instrument. The computer engineering seniors merged software and hardware to create a self-playing glockenspiel.

Mechanical engineering senior Nathan Hite has been selected as a recipient of the 2018-19 Southeastern Conference H. Boyd McWhorter Scholar-Athlete of the Year award.

James “Jim” Hopper, a former student in the Department of Engineering Technology and Industrial Distribution at Texas A&M University, has been honored with an Outstanding Alumni Award from the College of Engineering.

Graduate student Prabhasa Kalkur discusses how his involvement with the Electrical and Computer Engineering Graduate Student Association and the Indian Graduate Student Association has helped him in his academic journey.

Honored as this year’s distinguished student in the Department of Ocean Engineering, she originally had her heart set on studying mechanical engineering when she first stepped foot on campus. That all changed when she met Lisa Bratton through a mentoring program in the College of Engineering during her freshman year.

Dr. Malini Natarajarathinam and a team of students recently partnered with Brenntag North America to enhance optimization techniques and analytics to streamline their operations and keep their business efficient, productive and cost-effective.

Several members of the J. Mike Walker '66 Department of Mechanical Engineering were honored for their contributions at the College of Engineering's 2019 Faculty and Staff Awards banquet.

Five faculty and one staff member from the Department of Aerospace Engineering at Texas A&M University were recognized at the College of Engineering’s Faculty and Staff Awards banquet for their outstanding achievements and excellence for the past year.

Dr. Elaine Oran has joined the Department of Aerospace Engineering at Texas A&M University as a TEES Eminent Professor. Oran is a physical scientist and is considered a world authority on numerical methods for large-scale simulation of physical systems.

Researchers at Texas A&M University are working on new Specially Adapted Housing Assistive Technology that could help veterans with severe spinal cord injuries and disorders achieve even more independence with a grant from the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Dr. Rodney Bowersox has been appointed to the United States Air Force Scientific Advisory Board, a federal advisory committee that provides independent advice on matters of science and technology relating to the Air Force mission, reporting directly to the secretary and chief of staff of the Air Force.

Dr. Richard Miles, TEES Eminent Professor in the Department of Aerospace Engineering, has been named a Distinguished Professor by Texas A&M University, the highest faculty honor.

Texas A&M Engineering Vice Chancellor and Dean Dr. M. Katherine Banks presented teaching awards, faculty fellow awards, service awards, Dean of Engineering Excellence awards and contribution awards to faculty. For staff she presented Staff Excellence Awards, a New Employee Award, a Key Contributor Award and the Engineering Team Award.

Holly Ridings, NASA chief flight director, and Jay Still, president, CEO and chairman of the board of Guidon Energy, were inducted into the J. Mike Walker ’66 Department of Mechanical Engineering Academy of Distinguished Graduates.

The Texas A&M University chapter of the Eta Kappa Nu international honor society has been selected as the recipient of the distinguished Outstanding Chapter Award by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

J. Melinda ’96 and Gregory Lyman Hall ’96 have established a scholarship to benefit students pursuing a degree in the Zachry Department of Civil Engineering, J. Mike Walker ’66 Department of Mechanical Engineering or Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering at Texas A&M University.

Ivan G. Mieth III ’18 has established a scholarship in the Harold Vance Department of Petroleum Engineering to support students pursuing an undergraduate degree in petroleum engineering from Texas A&M University.

From 3D printers to nuclear reactors, engineers have designed the modern world. The Student Engineers’ Council recognizes that investing in Texas A&M engineering students is an investment in the next generation of Aggie innovators and is committed to giving back.

Six engineering students were among a group of 15 graduate students from Texas A&M University who were recognized for their exemplary accomplishments in one of two categories: research and teaching.

Nuclear engineering students design industry solutions in hands-on classes.

A team of 10 graduating mechanical engineering seniors won the prize for off-track safety at the annual Shell Eco-marathon energy efficiency competition in Sonoma, California.

One of the largest showcases in the nation with $10,000 in awards. Over 1,200 students and 150 industry judges came together to celebrate engineering innovation together!

Mahdi Imani, doctoral student in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Texas A&M University, was recently named one of seven graduate students in the College of Engineering to receive the Association of Former Students Distinguished Graduate Student Award for Excellence in Research-Doctoral.

Scott Kolodziej and a team of undergraduate students went back to basics to study something that everyone took for granted, what is the best way to document your computer code? Everyone agrees that good documentation is important, but seems to have a slightly different opinion on what exactly that means.

A Q&A with Isabela Lozano and Fred Henry, who share their thoughts on their global entrepreneurship study abroad class to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.

Claire DeCuir ’19 is passionate about the benefits she feels undergraduate research can provide other students. She sat down for an interview to help other undergraduates understand what they might be missing.

Thermostats, cruise control, chemical reactors and autonomous vehicles alike rely on proportional-integral-derivative (PID) controllers for stability and reliability. For more than two decades, Dr. Shankar Bhattacharyya has enhanced the design of such technology, becoming a pioneer in the field of control engineering.

Astronauts undergo physiological changes while in space due to the weightless environment, including bone loss, muscle atrophy and cardiovascular deconditioning. Dr. Ana Diaz Artiles runs the Bioastronautics and Human Performance lab at Texas A&M University, which is focused on investigating human performance in these environments and developing technologies to improve human health and performance.

An interdisciplinary team of Texas A&M University researchers has been awarded a $1 million National Science Foundation grant to research data mining to optimize decision making in the software brain of the Autonomous Experimentation Platform for Accelerating Manufacturing of Advanced Materials.

Texas A&M University freshman general engineering student Shane Duckett always liked learning about physics in high school. He also enjoyed participating in musicals. In the Bryan/College Station area, he has found a way to explore both passions.

Outstanding faculty members from the Texas A&M University College of Engineering received one of the highest honors in academia at the recent investiture ceremony.

Four faculty members from the Texas A&M University College of Engineering were selected to receive a 2019 Distinguished Achievement Award from Texas A&M and The Association of Former Students. They were among a group of 24 outstanding Texas A&M faculty and staff honored.