Two students in aerospace engineering selected to DoD SMART cohort
3/17/23 8:00 AM
Cody Shelton and Megan Hayes will conduct advanced research this summer at the von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics in Belgium
Professor in aerospace happy to play role in DART's smashing success
3/13/23 8:00 AM
Masatoshi Hirabayashi, co-author on three recently-published DART-related reports, helped quantify DART's effect of kinetic deflection.
#GINNing Podcast: Word on the Preet
3/3/23 10:00 AM
Making Children's Hospital patients happy and building rockets — that's what Preet Shah does. Listen to the engineering senior discuss his aerospace aspirations and servant-hearted successes on the latest episode of the award-winning #GINNing Podcast below, or on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, iHeartRadio or wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts by searching #GINNing.
Upcoming Engineer Together Day to highlight college's DEI efforts
3/2/23 9:00 AM
The Samuel Ginn College of Engineering’s Inclusion and Diversity Committee will host Engineer Together Day on Wednesday, March 15 in the Brown-Kopel Center.
Brodbeck named Director of Research Engineering Operations
2/28/23 8:00 AM
To reflect his growing and evolving role in the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, Christian Brodbeck, who has served the college as research engineer since 2006, was recently named director of research engineering operations.
Researchers work with Toyota to explore creative safety measures
2/28/23 8:00 AM
Assistant professors Russell Mailen and Chad Rose are finding means to create smart, flexible human interfaces with embedded sensors capable of relaying motorists' real-time tension to the vehicle to generate automatic safety responses
AURA opens hearts, paint brushes to patients at Children's of Alabama
2/27/23 5:50 AM
Patients at Children's of Alabama paint AURA's rocket to be used in upcoming NASA USLI competition.
Annual E-Day Open House welcomes 3,500 visitors to campus
2/24/23 2:00 PM
Auburn Engineering hosted more than 3,500 attendees on Friday, Feb. 24 for E-Day, the college's annual open house event.
Professor wins Zarem Educator Award for unprecedented third time
2/24/23 12:05 PM
Joe Majdalani was presented the award at the AIAA's SciTech '23 Forum in January.
#GINNing Podcast: Fluid Situation
2/24/23 11:30 AM
When you think of unsteady separated flows over rotating wings, multi-rotor aeromechanics, biomechanics of avian gust interactions, plume-surface interactions, pulsatile droplet-laden flows, heart valve flows and respiratory diseases, who's the first person that comes to mind? Vrishank Raghav — exactly.
Graduate student in aerospace given AIAA's Zarem Award
2/13/23 10:00 AM
Rudy Al Ahmar was presented with the Zarem Medallion at the AIAA SciTech '23 Forum on Jan. 24.
Graduate student in aerospace engineering wins 2023 Breakwell Award
2/10/23 1:20 PM
Keziban Saloglu earned the most prestigious student prize in astrophysics with her paper, "Existence of Infinitely Many Optimal Equal Delta V Trajectories in Two-Body Dynamics."
Aerospace engineering assistant professor elected AIAA Associate Fellow
2/7/23 3:52 PM
Imon Chakraborty's research with sizing and simulation for unconventional aircraft concepts recognized by world's largest aerospace technical society
Nine engineering students among Tiger Cage semifinalists
2/7/23 3:40 PM
Sixteen teams will compete in the Feb. 24 Tiger Cage semifinals
Aerospace engineering research team wins Solid Rockets best paper
2/7/23 3:30 PM
Assistant professors Roy Hartfield and Joe Majdalani, doctoral candidate Griffin DiMaggio, and Auburn alumnus Vivek Ahuja recognized for their paper, "Solid Rocket Motor Internal Ballistics with a Surface-Vorticity Solver"
Aerospace engineering professors earn NASA EPSCoR grant
1/25/23 7:00 AM
Russell Mailen and Davide Guzzetti's research "Activiation of Self-Folding Origami in Microgravity Environment" earned a NASA EPSCoR grant
Auburn Engineering No. 16 among online graduate programs
1/24/23 6:00 AM
The Auburn University Samuel Ginn College of Engineering came in at No. 16 in U.S. News and World Report’s Best Online Engineering Graduate Programs 2023 rankings, climbing one spot from last year. This is the seventh-consecutive year that engineering’s online program has ranked in the Top 25.
Researchers awarded for visual analysis at international conference
1/18/23 7:22 AM
Students Lokesh Silwal, Daniel Stubbs, and Abbishek Gururaj, and postdoctoral fellow Vikas Bhargav coupled their scientific findings with creative visual skills at the Australasian Fluid Mechanics Society conference Dec. 4-7 in Sydney, Australia.
Professors play key role in designing, testing prototype aircraft
1/17/23 10:00 AM
Imon Chakraborty and Ehsan Teheri will develop and test one-fifth scale model of vertical takeoff and landing aircraft concept before full-scale development for U.S. Air Force Agility Prime Small Business Technology Transfer Research program
Recruiting trip to national lab leaves lasting impression on students
1/13/23 8:00 AM
Nine students, six from engineering and three from COSAM, toured the Los Alamos National Laboratory on a recruiting trip Dec. 11-14
22 scholars ranked among the world's top two percent of cited researchers
1/5/23 2:50 PM
Stanford University's study examined a database of more than 180,000 researchers worldwide
Engineering part of $28 million grant to meet rural challenges
12/16/22 5:25 PM
Auburn University is one of three universities sharing a $28 million grant award from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture, or NIFA, to establish an Institute for Rural Partnership to research the causes and conditions of challenges facing rural areas.
Auburn signs research agreement with Korean Institute of Technology
12/6/22 2:00 PM
The agreement includes the establishment of research and/or automotive technology support offices and laboratories, the creation of joint research projects and the exchange of technical information, periodic training symposia and consulting.
#GINNing Podcast: At Auburn, student services just means Moore
12/2/22 12:00 PM
In 2019, Janet Moore, assistant dean for engineering student services, was named the National Academic Advising Association's Outstanding Academic Advising Administrator. Find out why on the latest episode of the award-winning #GINNing Podcast.
$2,200 up for grabs in upcoming student research video competition
11/30/22 10:45 AM
Auburn Engineering's first AUsome Science in 60 Seconds competition offers up to $2,200 in cash and prizes to the best – and most concise – student researchers, graduate and undergraduate, on video.
Auburn hosts South's BEST Regional Robotics Competition Dec. 3-4
11/22/22 10:00 AM
Students from four states will bring their creations and design plans to Auburn for the 20th consecutive year.
Auburn and Boeing: Training and Inspiring Future Engineers
11/14/22 2:10 PM
The Samuel Ginn College of Engineering and Boeing have enjoyed a longstanding partnership in support of Auburn University students. Beyond funding scholarships and supporting underrepresented students and student organizations, Boeing is now providing opportunities for dozens of Auburn Engineering undergraduate students to obtain hands-on, real-world design experience on groundbreaking aerospace projects.
#GINNing Podcast: Auburn and Artemis
11/11/22 12:00 PM
You'll be listening to our interview with NASA Marshall Space Flight Center deputy director, Auburn aerospace engineering alumnus and noted rocket graffiti artist Joseph Pelfrey in 3, 2, 1...
Auburn University Board of Trustees approves Applied Research Institute
11/11/22 11:15 AM
The Auburn University Board of Trustees approved a proposal Friday to form an Applied Research Institute that will represent an aggregation and culmination of various defense, aerospace, national security and biotech efforts at Auburn University. The proposed institute will serve as a hub to coordinate, organize and market these many efforts to Auburn's external constituents.
Aerospace professor, student collaborate on award-winning paper
11/8/22 10:15 AM
Imon Chakraborty and Aashutosh Mishra investigated passenger loads, flight speeds, motor power, battery design, and other technical intricacies of urban air mobility aircraft in their award-winning paper
#GINNing Podcast: Amazing Grace
11/4/22 12:00 PM
Listen to chemical engineering junior and makerspace maestro Grace Kovakas reflect on the rousing resource available on the bottom of the Brown-Kopel Engineering Student Achievement Center, and on navigating "the Big Three," on the latest episode of the award-winning #GINNing Podcast.
Auburn opens doors to Research and Innovation Campus in Huntsville
10/25/22 12:00 PM
Auburn University expanded its footprint and opened its doors to a new facility in Huntsville on Tuesday with the grand-opening celebration of the Research and Innovation Campus.
Grand Challenges in Cybersecurity: A Discussion with Admiral Rogers
10/25/22 11:00 AM
Students, faculty with an interest in cybersecurity are encouraged to attend
ISE student wins 10th Graduate Engineering Research Showcase
10/21/22 2:45 PM
A record 177 students — representing all departments within the college — participated in poster presentations, allowing them the opportunity to exchange ideas among peers and compete for cash prizes.
Newest Auburn history book highlights women in engineering
10/20/22 9:00 AM
Art Slotkin, ’68 aerospace engineering, has written 11 books, nine of which detail aspects of Auburn University’s history. His newest book, “Across Three Centuries”, profiles the history of women—specifically those in engineering—at Auburn.
Student in aerospace engineering named AIAA Undergraduate of the Year
10/20/22 8:00 AM
Sean Bowerfind, now seeking his master's in aerospace engineering, serves as vice-wing commander in Auburn's Air Force ROTC detachment
Health and safety manager wins NSC Diversity in Safety Scholarship
10/12/22 8:00 AM
Emmanuel Winful, Auburn Engineering health and safety manager since 2019, is among the first recipients of the National Safety Council’s Diversity in Safety Scholarship.
Program created to boost engineering students' research writing skills
10/5/22 9:35 AM
Russell Mailen, assistant professor in aerospace engineering, is principal investigator on National Science Foundation Innovations in Graduate Education award,
College's 10th annual Graduate Engineering Research Showcase Oct. 20
10/3/22 9:00 AM
More than 200 graduate students are expected to showcase and present their research findings before peers and judges, competing for cash prizes
Auburn Alumni Engineering Council honors 7 with college’s highest awards
9/26/22 6:00 PM
Six outstanding engineering alumni and one longtime employee of the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering were honored by the Auburn Alumni Engineering Council during a ceremony Friday, Sept. 23, for their distinguished professional careers. These alumni include four who were recognized as Distinguished Auburn Engineers, two as Outstanding Young Auburn Engineers and the college’s former assistant to the dean for her Superior Service.
Agriculture, Engineering launch 150th anniversary celebration
9/23/22 7:53 PM
This year marks the 150th anniversary of Auburn’s reorganization under the Morrill Act from East Alabama Male College into the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Alabama, which established the Colleges of Agriculture and Engineering.
Demand for Auburn Engineering students high as career fairs approach
9/19/22 1:00 PM
Auburn Engineering kicks off fall career fair season with a two-day career fair Sept. 20-21, a Civil & Environmental + Biosystems Engineering Career Fair on Sept. 28 and an additional fair to be held at the end of October due to high demand.
BoT approves AU Gulf Coast Engineering Research Station in Orange Beach
9/16/22 12:15 PM
Auburn football isn’t the only thing going orange this weekend, as the Board of Trustees approved a project Friday to build an Auburn University Gulf Coast Engineering Research Station in Orange Beach.
Professor proud to be pioneer in developing planetary defense strategies
9/14/22 12:00 PM
Masatoshi Hirabayashi, assistant professor in aerospace engineering, will study the dynamic motion of an asteroid after an intentional collision with a space craft on Sept. 26.
College's undergraduate programs ranked 33rd by U.S. News & World Report
9/12/22 3:40 PM
U.S. News and World Report ranked Auburn Engineering's undergraduate program No. 33 among public institutions nationally, No. 3 in the Southeastern Conference and No.1 in the state
NASA's Artemis mission has Auburn Engineering flavor
8/24/22 10:20 AM
Auburn engineering alumni play a large role in the development of Artemis' Space Launch System rocket, which will soon launch from Kennedy Space Center
Aerospace engineering students earn Vertical Flight Society scholarships
8/1/22 8:00 AM
Lokesh Silwal and Abbishek Gururaj were awarded $3,000 and $2,000, respectively, by the Redstone Chapter of the Vertical Flight Society
Graduate student in aerospace engineering selected for fellowship
7/13/22 8:00 AM
Yaeji Kim will learn essential skills for dealing with big data in astronomy-related fields and apply this toward creating surface color maps of asteroids at the LSSTC Data Science Fellowship Program at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, Sept. 18-23.
Three Auburn engineers named to Auburn Alumni Association’s 20 Under 40
7/1/22 10:00 AM
The three Auburn Engineering graduates were named to the Auburn Alumni Association’s 20 Under 40 Class of 2022: Emily Traylor, '10 wireless software; Ashley Gann, '05 aerospace; and Brandon Young, '10 electrical.