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.
Peng Li and co-collaborators, received the International Joint Award by the U.S. Air Force Science Lab Asian Office of Aerospace R&D and the National Research Foundation of South Korea.
Adit Singh, Fai Foster Dai, and Dongye Zhao, were recognized for outstanding achievements in outreach and graduate faculty leadership, respectively.
The Samuel Ginn College of Engineering kicks off a week of student-centered events with Spirit Week, Nov. 8-12.
As an avionics test engineer at SpaceX, Michael Bolt helps develop and write software for production test systems.
The team’s research demonstrates a transformative dry additive nanomanufacturing approach that enables the printing of eco-friendly papertronics.
Justin Tran is a testament to why the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering’s cooperative education (CO-OP) program should be strongly considered by undergraduates desiring hands-on experience before entering the workforce.
Three graduate students – Yadi Zhong, Yuqiao Zhang and Ziqi Zhou – won the HACK@Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded Systems (CHES) 2021 Challenge, held virtually Sept. 15-17, just a month after finishing runner-up at HACK@SEC21.
Nine outstanding engineering alumni and one longtime employee of the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering were honored during a ceremony Friday, Sept. 24, by the Auburn Alumni Engineering Council for their distinguished professional careers. These alumni include six who were recognized as Distinguished Auburn Engineers, three as Outstanding Young Auburn Engineers and the college’s former assistant dean of student services for his Superior Service.
Patients designated COVID-19 positive at official testing sites would have an opportunity to seek treatment sooner rather than later.
Three graduate students in electrical and computer engineering, Yadi Zhong, Yuquiao Zhang, and Ziqi Zhou, identified bugs and wrote code to exploit vulnerabilities within computer chips and took second place in the virtual, 33-team HACK@SEC21.
Electrical engineering? It's a snap. At least it is for senior Jacob Quattlebaum, long snapper extraordinaire for the Auburn Tigers. Learn how ol' Q-Ball makes the grade in the classroom and on the gridiron? Hut, hut...
Thirty-five Samuel Ginn College of Engineering students and two Alabama National Guard members signed up to crack cryptic codes, discovered cyber anomalies, and investigate for potential malware during the third Cyber Fire Puzzles Cyber Security Challenge.
Xiaowen Gong, assistant professor in electrical engineering, awarded $220,000 grant to study wireless federated learning in order to achieve collaborative intelligence.
The Auburn University Robotic Mining Challenge Team recently placed 12th in the NASA RMC LUNABOTICS Challenge, an annual competition offering students practical experience in the full engineering lifecycle.
Shiwen Mao, professor in electrical and computer engineering, seeks means to provide sufficient data in order to train complex machine learning models for wireless technology research
Peng Li, who leads the college's Quantum Spintronics Device Laboratory, was granted $5,000 in seed money by Oak Ridge Associated Universities to further his research.
Assistant electrical and computer engineering professor Ujjwal Guinn is picking up good citations.
Two Auburn Engineering graduates have been selected to receive the highest honor given by the Auburn Alumni Association at Auburn’s 2021 Lifetime Achievement Awards ceremony June 12.
The Auburn University Graduate School recently honored 15 engineering students and faculty at the annual graduate student spring awards virtual ceremony.
Electrical and computer engineering professor Shiwen Mao, along with several collaborators, won the IEEE Communications Society's 2021 Outstanding Paper Award.
Auburn researchers have established the Auburn University Quantum Systems (AUQuaS) interdisciplinary research group to further the upcoming research area, quantum, by spurring interdisciplinary collaboration within the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering and the College of Science and Mathematics.
The Auburn Alumni Engineering Council inducted seven new members to the group during its annual spring meeting May 7, which was held remotely due to COVID-19.
The Samuel Ginn College of Engineering recently recognized outstanding departmental alumni from 2020 and 2021 in a virtual ceremony.
The Auburn University Foundation has appointed three new directors to its board: Shirley Frazier Boulware '91 of Tyrone, Georgia; Joseph L. Cowan '70 of Braselton, Georgia; and Patrick T. Henry ’85 of Birmingham, Alabama. The board also named Cheryl Casey ’83 of Denver, Colorado, as its new chair and Paul Jacobson ’94 of Marietta, Georgia, as vice chair.
Eight Auburn University students are the first from the Plains to partner with fellows at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution in conducting research and initiatives for the Alabama Innovation Commission.
The annual Graduate Summer Seminar Series, hosted by the Center for Polymer and Advanced Composites at Auburn University, is accepting abstract submissions through May 14.