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

Dr. Le Xie is working to bring more awareness to the importance of data science integration as it relates to the power grid. He has developed courses at Texas A&M University in this area and recently published a textbook on the topic.

Dr. Nima Kalantari, assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, was awarded a National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Program grant to research ways to improve the efficiency of computer-generated image rendering.

A team composed of freshmen from the College of Engineering recently won first place at the Texas Space Grant Consortium Design Challenge. Team Vestigo earned this title for creating a wearable device to track crew member location and orientation while in space.

Karrin Loser ’91 and the Loser family have established the Tim Loser ’92 Petroleum Engineering Memorial Endowed Scholarship to inspire Aggie petroleum engineering students to carry on Tim’s legacy of passion, excellence and unselfish commitment to the industry.

Texas A&M University's College of Engineering and the U.S. Army's III Armored Corps hosted Phantom Invents from June 12-16, 2023. During the event, four teams were recognized for their innovative solutions and creative problem-solving.

The Texas A&M University student chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) hosted the 2023 AIChE Southwest Student Regional Conference for the first time in 14 years.

Researchers at Texas A&M University are using metal cutting — a traditional manufacturing tool to study material properties. Their use of an everyday tool introduces a more accessible method for understanding the behavior of metals under extreme conditions. 

Texas A&M University aerospace engineering faculty were recognized for their outstanding achievements and excellence throughout the 2022-23 academic year.

Four Texas A&M nuclear engineering students received $17,000 in scholarships from the American Nuclear Society. The students were selected for their academic excellence among other factors.

Dr. Guni Sharon will conduct research to improve the applicability of machine learning using a grant he received from the National Science Foundation. Sharon is an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering.

Interdisciplinary engineering doctoral student Andrea Porter is one of three recipients of the 2023 3M Personal Safety Division Occupational Health and Safety Scholarship. Previously the director of extended studies at West Texas A&M University, she fulfills a lifelong dream by attending graduate school in Aggieland.

Marking the 50th anniversary of the Department of Biomedical Engineering, the biomedical engineering external advisory board established the Biomedical Engineering Advisory Council 50th Anniversary Endowed Scholarship to support Aggie biomedical engineering students.

Researchers with the Institute for Quantum Sciences and Engineering at Texas A&M University and the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station have developed a new technique that vastly improves readings of protein-to-ligand interactions through Raman spectroscopy.

A team of six students in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Texas A&M University developed a testing method that enables a quicker treatment for potential bladder infections after surgery.

Dr. Soaram Kim has developed a remote health and environmental monitoring system that can be used to detect various viruses, bacteria and cancers. The system is integrated with machine learning and artificial intelligence to provide diagnoses faster and more accurately.

Researchers investigated the fatigue behavior of 2D hybrid materials, opening doors to their widespread use in real-world applications.

Mostafa Raslan ’19 received a Master of Science in Interdisciplinary Engineering. He is a co-inventor on Dr. Robert Balog’s 21st U.S. patent for a shape-memory alloy actuated switch that enables the stable switching between two separate electrical circuits.

Brandy and Brad Russell support future Aggie engineers by establishing the Alton Lee Schellhase Memorial Endowed Scholarship in Engineering in honor of Brandy’s father.

Dr. Na Zou, a recipient of a National Science Foundation CAREER Award, is developing a data-centric fairness framework to eliminate or reduce bias, promote data quality and improve modeling processes for machine learning technologies.

Seven students were recognized and honored by the Houston Electrical League with prestigious scholarships, acknowledging their outstanding achievements and paving the way for the next generation of electrical industry professionals.

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine selected Dr. Mark Barteau to chair a nationwide study focusing on the impact of foreign talent programs on the U.S. research enterprise.

Dr. Taekwang Ha ’23 is the first student graduate of the Dual Degree program offered by the Department of Multidisciplinary Engineering at Texas A&M. As a participant in the program, Ha received doctoral degrees from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and Texas A&M.

The Texas A&M University’s RoboMasters Robotics team placed first overall in the 1-versus-1 competition and third overall in the 3-versus-3 competition at the annual RoboMaster North American Regional competition.

Mustafa Abdelrahman will spend the next three years of his career at Harvard University, working toward developing 3D cell sheets with programmable geometries.