Fluid Lab

Aerospace Labs
allow students to have hands-on learning experiences and faculty and graduate students to conduct experiments related to their research. Recently with the addition of several new faculty, the department is actively establishing new laboratories in a variety of areas.

Recent Research News

Pictured, front row, left to right: alumnus and keynote speaker Chris Crumbly, Undergraduate Student of the Year Colin Bamford, Professor and Francis Chair of Excellence Joe Majdalani; back row, left to right: Sackheim Scholarship winner Jordan Holland, Sackheim Scholarship winner Charles Smith, Earl Pearce Professional of the Year Jayme Allgood, and Ed Pruett Professional of the Year Kevin Albarado.
Aerospace engineering well-represented at AIAA awards
Three Auburn Engineering students, two alumni, a faculty member and future student earned key honors by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Greater Huntsville Section (GHS) at its annual awards dinner on May 20.
5/22/23 1:20 PM
Mousumi Akter, a graduate student in computer science and software engineering, with Graduate School Dean George Flowers, was among the college's 13 students recognized.
Grad School honors 13 students, 4 faculty/staff from engineering
Students, faculty and staff recognized at the annual Auburn University Graduate School awards ceremony, Friday, April 28, in the Melton Student Center Ballroom.
5/5/23 8:00 AM
The Auburn Alumni Engineering Council was established in 1965 and is a group of Auburn Engineering alumni who work together to support the vision and goals of the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering.
Auburn Alumni Engineering Council inducts Class of 2028
The Auburn Alumni Engineering Council inducted seven new members to the group during its annual spring meeting April 14 in the Brown-Kopel Center.
5/2/23 4:05 PM
Michael Greene, associate professor of nutritional sciences, left, with Grace Hester, a senior in chemical engineering, Elizabeth Lipke,  Mary and John H. Sanders Professor in chemical engineering, and Justin Harvell, a graduate student in chemical engineering.
AUsome Science in 60 Seconds challenges student researchers
The research-based competition presented by the Council of Engineering Graduate Students tasked students to create videos and explain their respective projects in a minute or less.
4/28/23 11:00 AM
Maggie Nelson (left) and Yoorae Noh extrude recycled filament and feed it into a new spool.
CPAC gives used 3D printing filament new life through recycling program
Through ReMake, the Center for Polymers and Advanced Composites is collecting 3D printing waste and recycling it into filament that can be redistributed to labs across campus.
4/21/23 12:50 PM