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See the Texas A&M University College of Engineering's stories from December 2023.

Dr. Isuru Godage of the Department of Engineering Technology and Industrial Distribution leads the Soft Medical and Adaptable Robotics Technology (SMART) lab with support from the National Science Foundation and the National Institute of Health.

Biomedical engineering advisory board member and former student Christian Gonzalez ’11 has been named to the 12 Under 12 Young Alumni Spotlight by The Association of Former Students.

Two doctoral students won first in the U.S. and second in the region at the 2023 Embedded Security Challenge, a global hardware security competition.

The Department of Biomedical Engineering hosted its third annual Artistic Engineering Contest, selecting four winners. The contest encourages students, faculty and staff to demonstrate how they see beauty in engineering and science.

Industrial and System Engineering associate professor recognized for applying human factors methodologies to enhance mental health outcomes.

The Department of Aerospace Engineering at Texas A&M University welcomes its newest faculty members, Dr. Swagnik Guhathakurta and John Connolly.

Dr. Dilma Da Silva begins a new role overseeing most of the country’s computer science research funding as an acting assistant director at the National Science Foundation.

Dr. George Pharr was selected for the Albert Easton White Distinguished Teacher Award from ASM International for his many years of teaching materials science and engineering.

Dr. Balakrishna Haridas was elected to the 2023 class of National Academy of Inventors fellows, an honor awarded to academic inventors who have made a tangible impact toward the betterment of society.

Recipients of the prestigious, early-faculty award are developing technologies and conducting research that has the potential to impact many fields across multiple disciplines.

Timothy ’84 and Susan ’84 Pylant passed it back by establishing the Susan '84 and Timothy "Tim" Pylant '84 Endowed Scholarship to support Aggie engineering students in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. The Pylants hope to inspire the Aggie spirit in future generations of Aggies.

The Defense University Research Instrumentation Program will support the acquisition of a high-sensitivity multi-modal calorimeter for advanced research and education on tunable energy storage materials.

Dr. Judy Amanor-Boadu received The Association of Former Students’ 12 Under 12 Young Alumni Spotlight award for 2023. She mentors college students and works for Intel Corporation as a staff analog engineer.

A team of researchers is developing a less invasive, longer-lasting implantation technique with shape-changing capabilities designed for patients with neurological disorders.

Biomedical engineering professor Dr. Hatice Ceylan Koydemir received an NIH grant to develop a wearable sensor for detecting bacterial growth on the skin, with potential to reduce life-threatening infections.

Gamma Mu’s mission is to empower students and give back to the community. The local Eta Kappa Nu (HKN) chapter recently won a key chapter award for embodying excellence at the annual Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers HKN Student Leadership Conference.

Civil engineer and outdoorsman James F. "Jim" Thompson ’83 looks to help students emulate his success by providing scholarships, advancing their academic and professional careers.

U.S. Army Captain James Conway discusses how his military and workforce experience in the cyber field motivated him to attain a master’s degree focusing on cybersecurity from the Department of Multidisciplinary Engineering.

Dr. Jodie Lutkenhaus delves into the potential of polymer-air batteries for enhanced performance and sustainability.