Research Magazine 2017

Texas A&M Engineer Magazine 2017

Texas A&M researchers are consistently at the forefront of research focused on making a positive impact on the world through innovations in engineering. In this issue, we highlight our faculty’s groundbreaking research in wearable medical technology, autonomous vehicle safety, the next generation of manufacturing and much more.

Engineering News Releases

Some of the most difficult challenges facing professional engineers aren’t technical; they’re personal, according to Jay Graham ’92, CEO of WildHorse Resource Development Corporation. Graham, along with four other former students — all successful CEOs and presidents — spoke to a crowded Rudder audit…

To address the state's growing need for engineers, Texas A&M University, Chevron and Alamo Colleges District will enroll the first cohort of students for the Texas A&M-Chevron Engineering Academy at Alamo Colleges District in fall 2018.

During the recent science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) 4 Innovation Conference, Spark!, Texas A&M Engineering's education outreach program, launched their new mobile trailer designed to help Texas children get excited about STEM fields.

Time is money and traffic earns nothing but road rage, lost productivity and an increased gas bill. Dr. Mark Burris, the Herbert D. Kelleher Professor at Texas A&M, seeks to save travelers time, money and frustration with his travel behavior research. The more accurately researchers can predict …

Dr. Huajian Gao is seeking to initiate collaborations with the Department of Mechanical Engineering as a Faculty Fellow in the 2017 class of the Hagler Institute for Advanced Study at Texas A&M University. “I’m hoping I can gain a foothold here to have some collaborations long term,” Gao said. “…


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