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

Chemical engineering undergraduate and men’s track and field athlete Siddharth Jayaraman has been named to the Spring 2023 SEC Academic Honor Roll.

Ben Keating ’94 graduated with his bachelor’s in industrial engineering and immediately began a career in the auto dealership field. Today, not only does he run a successful business group, Keating has also slipped behind the wheel to race cars professionally.

For their Capstone Design project, a team of interdisciplinary engineering seniors created a virtual environment of a typical network that allows small to medium companies to test their network security during a simulated cyber-attack.

Samsung Austin Semiconductor is partnering with the College to help build the talent pipeline needed to support the growing semiconductor ecosystem in Central Texas as part of its 5-Star Workforce Development plan.

Dr. Yang Liu is a new faculty member in the Department of Nuclear Engineering at Texas A&M University. Liu’s research interests include connecting artificial intelligence and nuclear technology to fight climate change. He is excited to pursue impactful research, collaborate with others and teach talented engineering students.

Dr. Gregory Reeves has taken Global optimization techniques, such as evolutionary algorithms and applied them to estimate model parameters in his recently published Oxford Press article.

Dr. Huilin Gao’s research focuses on hydrological modeling, remote sensing, water resources management, hydrometeorology and related subjects.

Engineering students work to find solutions involving artificial intelligence, 3D printing and ocean discovery during annual Aggies Invent.

National Defense Science and Engineering graduate fellow and doctoral student delves into researching Gulf War illness, linking gut inflammation to gastrointestinal symptoms.

Dr. Robert Ambrose received the 2023 Charles Russ Richards Memorial Award from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, an award recognizing an engineer who, in the two decades or more since graduating with their degree, has demonstrated outstanding achievement.

Undergraduates Colton Colonna and Samuel Whitmarsh continue to excel on and off the track, this time being named to the Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll list.

The Texas A&M University College of Engineering’s undergraduate engineering program maintained its seventh-place ranking among public engineering schools offering a doctorate and No. 13 overall in the recently released 2024 U.S. News & World Report Best College Rankings.

The J. Mike Walker ’66 Department of Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M University improved to sixth among public institutions and first in Texas, according to the recently released 2024 U.S. News & World Report Best College Rankings.

Kameron Eves was recognized by the Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning for his outstanding research in diverse teaching practices.

Angela Duron describes how her involvement in the Texas A&M Engineering Academy program catalyzed a journey full of determination, hard work and resilience toward her future goal.

The Harold Vance Department of Petroleum Engineering at Texas A&M University is ranked first among institutions with petroleum engineering undergraduate programs, according to the recently released 2024 U.S. News & World Report Best College Rankings.

Texas A&M University celebrated a significant milestone with a special grand opening ceremony to showcase the new state-of-the-art Mike and Beverly Rowlett Industrial Distribution Building.

Leading industry professionals and researchers from Texas A&M University discussed the impact of blockchain-based large flexible loads on the power grid at the Blockchain and Energy Research Consortium Workshop.

The Army Research Laboratory has selected Texas A&M for a High-Throughput Materials Discovery for Extreme Environments Center. The center will serve as an epicenter for discovering and exploring novel materials for applications in extreme conditions, leading to new frontiers of materials research.

Dr. Manish Shetty will serve on the Early Career Board of American Chemical Society Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering Journal.

Texas A&M University’s Department of Aerospace Engineering undergraduate program maintained its sixth-place ranking among public institutions, according to the 2024 U.S. News & World Report Best College Rankings.

Dr. Stratos Pistikopoulos received the 2023 Distinguished Service Award for his work in developing digital twins for process system engineering.

Drs. Srinivas Shakkottai and Dileep Kalathil recently received a National Science Foundation award to study real-time intelligent control of highly programmable cellular networks through machine and reinforcement learning called EdgeRIC.

Through a recent endowment, Chuck ’82, Shari ’83, and Grady ’11 Meloy, and Katy Evans ’09, have committed to expanding this model program, now named the Meloy Engineering Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program.