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.
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.
Students from four states will bring their creations and design plans to Auburn for the 20th consecutive year.
Researchers in electrical and computer engineering at Auburn University have shown that data — sometimes sensitive information — is not lost when static random access memory is powered off. Instead, data written to SRAM chips is permanently stored and can be partially retrieved.
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.
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.
Students, faculty with an interest in cybersecurity are encouraged to attend
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.
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.
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.
More than 200 graduate students are expected to showcase and present their research findings before peers and judges, competing for cash prizes
Yin Sun, associate professor in electrical and computer engineering, is part of a multi-disciplinary team across two universities working to help statewide food distribution centers
Shiwen Mao, Director of the Wireless Engineering Research and Education Center, won Best Paper and Best Demo awards from IEEE conferences this summer
Xiaowen Gong's work, "When Deep Reinforcement Learning Meets Federated Learning: Intelligent Multitimescale Resource Management for Multiaccess Edge Computing in 5G Ultradense Network," recognized by IEEE
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.
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.
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.
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
Auburn engineering alumni play a large role in the development of Artemis' Space Launch System rocket, which will soon launch from Kennedy Space Center
Mark Halpin will oversee one of the world’s largest electrical standards development groups, which identifies best practices and provides standardization guidelines, rules and definitions used in designing and manufacturing electrical and electronic devices and systems.
What started on Independence Day 1892 has blossomed into one of the nation's premier programs.
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.
The partnership is designed to develop an environment promotes unique opportunities for students and faculty to participate in Air Force-related research, while enhancing STEM-related education and research
Xiaowen Gong was awarded for his study, "Towards Efficient and Fast Hierarchical Federated Learning in Heterogeneous Wireless Edge Networks."
Allan David has been named as the Auburn University Samuel Ginn College of Engineering’s acting associate dean for research.
Electrical engineering doctoral student Parvin Fathi-Hafshejani discusses her research on advanced laser-based techniques for micro and nano-additive manufacturing, surface texturing, micro/nanoscale patterning, synthesis material, direct writing and biodevices on the latest episode of the award-winning #GINNing Podcast.
Auburn Engineering wrapped up its year-long 25th anniversary campaign celebration of the Engineering Academic Excellence Program (AEP) with a gala reception and dinner held at the Hotel at Auburn University on Saturday and unveiled the program's new name - The Center for Inclusive Engineering Excellence.
Shiwen Mao was awarded $993,319 by the NSF RINGS program for his study, "Learning based Resilient Immersive Media-Compression, Delivery, and Interaction."
The creation of Parvin Fathihafshejani and Adib Taba was selected among the Best Science Images of 2021 by Nature and took third place in the Nanoartography 2021 competition.
Auburn Engineering's bi-annual spirit week returns April 25-29 on the Gavin Garden in front of the Brown-Kopel Center.
Auburn was awarded $589,889 for the university's first National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Teachers project, designed to engage teachers and students from rural and underserved areas of Alabama in cutting-edge STEM technology.
The Auburn Alumni Engineering Council inducted seven new members to the group during its annual spring meeting April 8 in the Brown-Kopel Center.
Steve Taylor has been named interim dean of Auburn University’s Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, according to an announcement by Interim Provost Vini Nathan. Taylor will begin serving in this new role effective immediately. He succeeds Chris Roberts, who was named as Auburn University’s 21st president in February.
The Samuel Ginn College of Engineering successfully completed its mission Tuesday at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville.
More than 150 graduate students and faculty from all departments traveled to the Rocket City for the Graduate Engineering Research Showcase, presenting their posters in Davidson Center for Space Exploration to members of the Huntsville community and Auburn Engineering alumni.
As part of a new consortium designed to advance the role of artificial intelligence in teaching and research, the Southeastern Conference is inviting faculty from its institutions to participate in the first Mini-Conference on Artificial
Intelligence in the Curriculum on Friday, April 8, via Zoom.
The initiative – which plans to achieve proposed milestones by 2024 – sets Auburn University apart as the artificial intelligence center for education and innovation.
Masoud Mahjouri-Samani, Nima Shamsaei, and Stephen Mills are investigating means to manufacture functional devices in space via dry printing technology.
Members of the campus community are encourage to attend forums, Monday, March 14, one at 10 a.m. and another at 1 p.m., at the Brown-Kopel Student Achievement Center Grand Hall or via Zoom.
The State of Alabama Engineering Hall of Fame inducted eight individuals — including four Auburn University alumni — a project and a corporation during a ceremony Saturday at The Grand Hotel in Point Clear.
Maj. “Jim” M. Hoskins, ’81electrical engineering, and Bill McNair, ’68 electrical engineering, were among five Auburn University graduates, all highly accomplished in their fields, who were honored with the highest award given by the Auburn Alumni Association at Auburn’s 2022 Lifetime Achievement Awards dinner and ceremony Feb. 26.
Auburn University is ranked in the top 11% of U.S. research institutions, coming in at No. 100 among 915 universities, according to the National Science Foundation’s recent Higher Education Research and Development Survey. Auburn also was highly ranked nationally in a number of specific fields of research, including No. 54 in engineering.
Shiwen Mao, director of the Wireless Engineering Research and Education Center, co-authored the paper "Optimized Computational Offloading Performance in Virtual Edge Computing Systems Via Deep Reinforcement Learning."
Auburn one of 10 universities chosen to participate in AFRL's University Nanosatellite Program, and was selected into AFRL's Information Institute
Five Auburn University graduates, including two Auburn Engineering alumni, have been selected to receive the highest honor given by the Auburn Alumni Association at Auburn’s 2022 Lifetime Achievement Awards.
Fa Foster Dai, the Godbold Endowed Chair Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, has been named a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors.
Auburn University’s fall commencement exercises will take place in Jordan-Hare Stadium Dec. 10-11, contingent on weather and current health and safety guidelines.
Adit Singh, Godbold Chair Professor of electrical and computer engineering, was awarded the Auburn University 2021 Award for Excellence in Faculty Outreach.
The award recognizes Nicholas Rush, who represents the organization’s South-Central region, as one of the top seniors in the U.S. based on academic, service and extracurricular accomplishments.
For Kenneth Kelly, '90 electrical engineering, giving is a part of living. Find out why the chairman and CEO of First Independence Bank — and the first African American to chair the Auburn Alumni Engineering Council — is so passionate about committing his time, energy and resources to his alma mater.