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

The Department of Aerospace Engineering at Texas A&M University welcomes its newest faculty member, Dr. Divya Bhargava.

A nuclear engineering graduate student working to save the rhinos from poaching through innovative radiation technology presented a poster at the 2023 Nuclear Energy Agency Global Forum Rising Stars Workshop in Nuclear Education, Science, Technology and Policy.

Dr. Hung-Jue Sue, a professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, will receive the 2024 Cooperative Research Award in Polymer Science and Engineering. The award is bestowed by the American Chemical Society. The Cooperative Research Award recognizes the cooperative research between industrial and academic or industrial and national laboratory scientists.

Fourteen doctoral students have been named 2023 graduate fellows, giving them an additional financial boost for their current and future research.

Nuclear engineering faculty to study how irradiated additively manufactured stainless steel performs in molten salt reactor environments with new Nuclear Regulatory Commission award.

Texas A&M University will be honoring four former engineering students with the Distinguished Alumnus Award including Michael J. Plank ’83, Anthony J. Wood ’87, Mike Havel ’76 and Albert G. “Bert” Pfaff ’25. Their contributions to engineering and their communities will be remembered by generations of Aggies.

Dr. Douglas Allaire was elected an associate fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, an honor recognizing outstanding contributions in aeronautics or astronautics.

College of Engineering creates innovative course combining engineering and education to prepare future STEM teachers.

A Texas A&M University College of Engineering professor returns to his roots to inspire engineering academy students at South Texas College.

Dr. Moble Benedict joins the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics’ class of 2024 associate fellows. The honor recognizes individuals who have made outstanding contributions to engineering and science through their work.

Dr. Abdoulaye Djire, graduate student David Kumar Yesudoss and Dr. Miladin Radovic developed a cost-effective catalyst that could enable hydrogen production from renewable sources.

For their senior capstone project, six biomedical engineering students developed a device to prevent leakage and quicken the healing process during peritoneal dialysis in newborn babies with kidney failure.

Researchers, led by Dr. Zheng O’Neill, are advancing heat pump and dehumidification technology in hopes of making the food and agriculture industry carbon-pollution-free in the coming decade.

Dr. Sean McDeavitt has been appointed as a member of the Public Utility Commission of Texas’ Advanced Nuclear Reactor Working Group. The working group was established by Texas Governor Greg Abbott to evaluate the future of nuclear energy in Texas.

Drs. Perla Balbuena and Jorge Seminario's work revealed the transmission electron microscopy approach directly measures electrical properties of solid–electrolyte interphase layers.

Funded by the National Science Foundation, Dr. Tianbao Yang is developing deep learning technologies for medical image classification, making deep models interpretable and the training more efficient by sampling multiple CT scans of a patient for computation.

The Texas A&M Global Cyber Research Institute hosted its first summit to discuss the advancement of cyber security practices for the defense of the nation, the well-being of communities and people and the protection of infrastructures and institutions.

Six undergraduate students from Texas A&M University’s Department of Aerospace Engineering received scholarships at the 2023 Commemorative Air Force Wings Over Houston Airshow. Each year, the Airshow awards scholarships to deserving students pursuing a career in aviation or aerospace.

Realizing the interdisciplinary nature of human factors and ergonomics, Pronob Kumar Biswas chose the doctoral program offered by the Department of Multidisciplinary Engineering at Texas A&M. Through this program, Biswas can design his degree plan, choosing classes from multiple engineering fields.

Sponsored by the Los Alamos National Laboratory, students tackled various challenges surrounding national security during the 48-hour intensive design experience, Aggies Invent.

Faculty, students, and a former student of the Harold Vance Department of Petroleum Engineering at Texas A&M University were recognized for accomplishments at a recent Society of Petroleum Engineers’ technical conference and exhibition.

Researchers in the Department of Aerospace Engineering at Texas A&M University are joining a multi-university team to improve space domain awareness. The Air Force is awarding up to $5 million for the five-year Space University Research Initiative.

Chemical engineering professor Dr. Jodie Lutkenhaus has teamed up with aerospace engineering professors Dr. Dimitris Lagoudas and Dr. James Boyd to create an instrument that measures mechanical stresses and strains.

A mechanical engineering professor, Dr. Zheng O’Neill, is part of a research team using technology to improve community energy resilience in Castañer, Puerto Rico.

Texas A&M University biomedical engineering faculty were recognized for their outstanding achievements and excellence throughout the past year.

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering recently hired eight new faculty members with exciting and innovative research interests. The department is also proud to announce the promotion of three esteemed existing faculty members.

The U.S. Federal Drug Administration renewed a multi-million dollar grant to support researchers with the Southwest-Midwest Pediatric Device Innovation Consortium in developing and innovating pediatric devices.