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#GINNing Podcast: Tribology Called Quest

Jeremy Henderson | 12/29/23

Got a friction addiction? Enjoy discussing discontinued syrup brands? Than get your ears on for the latest episode of the award-winning #GINNing Podcast featuring chief of the Auburn tribe of student tribologists, mechanical engineering graduate research assistant Jack Janik.

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2023 in review: Top Auburn Engineering stories of the year

Cassie Montgomery | 12/29/23

Auburn engineers accomplished great things in 2023, including exciting research projects and collaborations, welcoming a new dean, climbing the national rankings and more.

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2023 in review: Top #GINNing podcasts of the year

Cassie Montgomery | 12/27/23

Here's the Top 5 most downloaded #GINNing Podcast episodes of 2023. 

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#GINNing Podcast: Savannah Anderson's Adventures at Auburn

Jeremy Henderson | 12/23/23

Auburn Engineering is helping animatronics aficionado Savanna Anderson fulfill her Disney dreams. (Thank you, Asa Kalama.)

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2023 in review: Top Auburn Engineering videos of the year

Cassie Montgomery | 12/22/23

Auburn Engineering counts down the top five most-engaging videos of 2023 across all of our social media platforms.

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#GINNing Podcast: Quantum Credentials

Jeremy Henderson | 12/14/23

After cracking his parents' password as a boy in Jordan, Farah Kandah, associate professor in computer science and software engineering, thankfully decided to use his knack for hacks on as force for good. These days, that's taking the form of quantum computing education and mentoring the Auburn Ethical Hacking Club.

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Auburn and IntraMicron demonstrate high power battery for next-generation defense applications

Joe McAdory | 12/12/23

A revolutionary means to safely meet the extreme demands of pulse-power electrical systems was demonstrated on Dec. 7.

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Recent ISE doctoral graduate wins national three minute thesis competition

12/12/23

Shivaprasad Nageswaran, director of the ARC Program at the AU RFID Lab and a spring 2023 doctoral graduate from the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, was recently named the winner of the National Three Minute Thesis Competition, hosted annually by the Council of Graduate Schools.

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Doctoral student in mechanical engineering wins $50,000 at Alabama Launchpad pitch competition

Joe McAdory | 12/11/23

Will Bryan is CEO and founder of Autonoma, which creates autonomous vehicle and simulation validation tools.

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#GINNing Podcast: Stand up and holler for Lollar

Jeremy D Henderson | 12/08/23

A chemical engineering honors student with an appetite for undergraduate research? You can bet your bottom dollar you'll be hearing about Camylle Lollar. 

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Chemical engineering student team wins international AIChE Chem-E car championship

Joe McAdory | 12/07/23

Auburn’s 25-student Chem-E Car Team built an automated lead-acid battery-powered car, capable of stopping within a meter of its desired target.

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SHEroes event introduces engineering to highschoolers

Cassie Montgomery | 12/06/23

The Office of Recruiting, Outreach and Scholarship collaborated with 100+ Women Strong to host their second annual SHEroes event, welcoming high school students to campus to explore the field of engineering.

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Auburn Cyber Research Center the focal point for academic security research at Auburn University

Joe McAdory | 12/06/23

The Auburn Cyber Research Center blends skills, needs from a variety of engineering disciplines, creates cyber research for the betterment of industry, society

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Aerospace engineering alumnus among those honored at International Quality of Life Awards

12/05/23

Ginger and Walt Woltosz recognized in College of Human Sciences annual event in New York City.

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38 Auburn Engineering scholars ranked among the world's top two percent of cited researchers

Auburn Engineering Communications and Marketing Department | 12/05/23

The annual Stanford University analysis stems from a database of worldwide scholars crediting all-time citations through September 2022.

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Auburn being Auburn: Engineering students tirelessly work to improve quality of lives in Guatemala, Bolivia

Joe McAdory | 12/04/23

Auburn's Engineers Without Borders student chapter preparing for summer 2024 outreach programs in Latin America

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Auburn Engineering earns 22 Education Digital Marketing Awards

Cassie Montgomery | 12/04/23

The Office of Communications and Marketing in the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering was awarded 22 Education Digital Marketing Awards for its work promoting the college across digital platforms.

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Auburn University approves $15M Vehicle Research and Innovation Lab

Dustin Duncan | 12/04/23

The Vehicle Research and Innovation Laboratory project is proposed as a testing facility to address challenges faced by transit vehicle manufacturers in adopting low- or no-emissions technologies. The project will have a multi-axle dynamometer, designed for full-sized transit vehicles within an environmental chamber, along with areas for component and engine testing, data analytical space, and general office space.

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Aerospace doctoral student wins Molly K. Macauley Award

Dustin Duncan | 11/30/23

Parmar, a doctoral student in aerospace engineering in Auburn University’s Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, shared her vision during a presentation at the American Astronautical Society (AAS) von Braun Space Exploration Symposium in Huntsville on Oct. 27 after receiving the Molly K. Macauley Award for the science/engineering category.

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Majdalani delivers 2023 von Kármán Lecture

Dustin Duncan | 11/30/23

Joe Majdalani, the Hugh and Loeda Francis Chair of Excellence in the Department of Aerospace Engineering, recently delivered the 2023 von Kármán Lecture in Astronautics, a prestigious lectureship hosted by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA).

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Assistant professor in chemical engineering believes biomechanical systems can be replicated from tiny spider

Joe McAdory | 11/30/23

Symone Alexander earns NSF grant to further examine "ultrafast gripping and release mechanisms in slingshot spider legs."

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ICAMS hosts open house and manufacturing summit

Dustin Duncan | 11/29/23

The spotlight shone brightly on the Auburn University Interdisciplinary Center for Advanced Manufacturing Systems (ICAMS) on Oct. 26-27. ICAMS opened its doors to the public, showcasing the ICAMS Manufacturing Facility, and hosted an advanced manufacturing summit for industry professionals.

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Longtime Southern Company executive named COO at McCrary Institute

Joe McAdory | 11/28/23

Nick Sellers, who served in a variety of leadership positions within the Southern Company umbrella for more than 20 years, has been named chief operating officer for Auburn University’s McCrary Institute for Cyber and Critical Infrastructure Security.

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#GINNing Podcast: Aupperle's Opportunities

Jeremy Henderson | 11/24/23

Listen to software engineering senior Trevor Aupperle reflect on his college choice — and ponder his Prime potential — on the latest episode of the award-winning #GINNing Podcast.

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Auburn research center renamed with renewed focus on neuroimaging

11/17/23

A major research center within Auburn’s Samuel Ginn College of Engineering has been renamed the Auburn University Neuroimaging Center to highlight its renewed focus on solving critical neurological health challenges.

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#GINNing Podcast: Roads paved with Silva

Jeremy Henderson | 11/17/23

Listen to Brazilian-born civil engineering doctoral student Liz Pereira Valenca Silva discuss how her passion for pavement led her pursue a Ph.D. through Auburn's world-renowned National Center for Asphalt Technology on the latest episode of the award-winning #GINNing Podcast. 

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AU Applied Research Institute to oversee $1.1M Army modernization project

Jeremy Henderson | 11/16/23

The new pipeline between Auburn Engineering’s next-generation resources, faculty and students, and Huntsville-based defense agencies is officially on full blast.  Partnered with leading Huntsville energy consultants Trideum Corporation, the new Auburn University Applied Research Institute (AUARI) will facilitate a $1.1 million award supporting the U.S. Army Redstone Test Center’s Mission Based — Multi Domain Operations Test Environment.

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Senior in chemical engineering named Auburn Engineering Vandegrift Co-op Student of the Year

Joe McAdory | 11/15/23

Will Nist enjoyed his co-op rotations at Packaging Corporation of America's manufacturing facility in Valdosta, Georgia.

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Members of Auburn Ethical Hacking Club gain real-world experience at premier national cyber competition

Joe McAdory | 11/14/23

What’s the best means to integrate, maintain, and secure an organization’s internal system infrastructure and remote client management software? Engineering students found out at CyberForce.

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ISE lecturer awarded Alumni Undergraduate Teaching Excellence Award

Carla Nelson | 11/14/23

Erin Garcia, a lecturer in the Auburn University Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE), was honored with the Alumni Undergraduate Teaching Excellence Award at Auburn University’s 17th annual Faculty Awards ceremony on Thursday, Nov. 9.

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CEE graduate, faculty recognized for structural engineering excellence

Jeremy Henderson | 11/14/23

The American Concrete Institute (ACI) Board of Direction recently presented the Mete A. Sozen Award for Excellence in Structural Research to Andy Nowak, chair of Auburn University’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Robert W. Barnes, professor in civil and environmental engineering and Victor Aguilar Vidal, an assistant professor in civil engineering at the Universidad de Concepción in Concepción, Chile who earned a master’s degree in civil engineering from Auburn in 2018 and a doctorate in civil engineering in 2020.

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Civil engineering professor collaborates with Alabama Extension to help communities meet transportation needs

Dustin Duncan | 11/13/23

Jeff LaMondia, a professor of civil and environmental engineering, will continue working with communities to promote safe/ accessible active travel and improve access to healthier foods through a new five-year, $4.4 million grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in collaboration with the Alabama Cooperative Extension System (ACES) Live Well Alabama Thriving Communities team.

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Center for Polymers and Advanced Composites a melting pot for collaborative, multi-disciplinary research

Joe McAdory | 11/13/23

Launched in 2015, CPAC offers researchers campus-wide 5,000-square feet of space in Gavin Laboratory, a plethora of equipment, and expertise.

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#GINNing Podcast: Ryan's World

Jeremy Henderson | 11/10/23

At next year's Graduate Engineering Research Showcase (GERS), Ryan Pollard's professional passion might come in handy in more ways than one. Because if this first-year mechanical engineering grad student has to carry any more awards, he may need some rehabilitation robotics and assistive devices of his own.

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Professor in computer science and software engineering uses data science, machine learning to combat cancer subtype misdiagnoses

Joe McAdory | 11/09/23

Associate professor Tin Nguyen awarded three-year, $1.2 million grant from National Institute of Health to find an ideal means of diagnosing cancer subtypes via data analysis

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Engineer Together design competition opens Nov. 9

Bethany Giles | 11/09/23

The third annual Engineer Together design competition, hosted by the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering’s Inclusion and Diversity Committee, opens on Thursday, Nov. 9. The competition seeks entries that visually depict the meaning of Engineer Together.

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Stormwater Research Facility receives USDA grant to provide training for rural communities

Dustin Duncan | 11/09/23

Michael Perez, associate professor in civil and environmental engineering, will collaborate with the Alabama Association of Conservation Districts on a $275k Technical Assistance and Training grant through the U.S. Department of Agriculture to provide educational resources and stormwater management workshops for communities in Alabama’s Black Belt.

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Networking dinner opens opportunity to connect students with CI2E and 100+ Women Strong

Joe McAdory | 11/07/23

The event was attended by more than 60 students from CI2E and 100+ Women Strong and exposed students to a wide variety of engineering career paths.

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Auburn University's Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society chapter awards have chemical engineering flavor

Joe McAdory | 11/06/23

Anya McDaniel, now a senior, named Outstanding Undergraduate Student, while Collins Keith, who graduated in the spring, was named Outstanding Senior Scholar.

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#GINNing Podcast: Lights, Engineering, Action

Jeremy Henderson | 11/04/23

Double majoring in electrical and computer engineering and theatre design and technology, senior Katie Wolfe is on the prowl for greatness. All of which is to say the latest episode of the award-winning #GINNing Podcast gives a whole new meaning to engineering spotlights.

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Father of Rock 'n' Roll's pivotal connection to Auburn University revealed amid 100-year anniversary

11/02/23

Sam Phillips completed a Fundamentals of Radio I course from API, known today as Auburn University, in 1943. From then on, the music industry was... All Shook Up.

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Online graduate students create rehab-fitness device, win university's Halloween Pitch Competition

Joe McAdory | 11/02/23

Holli Michaels (engineering management) and Courtney Montague (CSSE), online graduate students from Santa Barbara, California, impress judges with AbGlo.

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Associate professor in CSSE given $116K NSF grant to help develop quantum computing education programs

Joe McAdory | 11/01/23

Farah Kandah hopes to make an impact in developing the workforce in relation to quantum information science.

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MADE at AU connects prospective female engineers with college's many programs

Joe McAdory | 10/31/23

MADE is open to juniors and seniors in high school who are in the college search process and interested in learning about Auburn’s engineering program.

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Auburn one of 10 universities nationwide to earn 3 National Centers of Academic Excellence in Cybersecurity designations

Joe McAdory | 10/30/23

The National Security Agency designations are for cyber operations, cyber defense and cyber research.

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Center for Microfibrous Materials Manufacturing creates meaningful impact through innovation

Joe McAdory | 10/27/23

Founded in 1996, the center continues to be a hub for innovation that impacts multiple industries.

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#GINNing Podcast: Chairman of the Boards

Jeremy Henderson | 10/27/23

Enjoy the award-winning #GINNing Gang's interview with paddle boarding power broker and lifestyle luminary Corey Cooper, a 2005 mechanical engineering grad with a spirit unafraid to rock the BOTE.

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Doctoral student in electrical and computer engineering takes third place, wins $2,500 at SEC Student Pitch Competition

Joe McAdory | 10/27/23

Parvin Fathi-Hafshejani, who won the Tiger Cage Student Business Idea contest in the spring, continues success with Dropllel, a rapid diagnostic device that uses an electronic biosensor to detect pathogens.

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Professor in electrical and computer engineering named IMAPS Outstanding Educator for 2023

Joe McAdory | 10/25/23

Robert Dean accepted the award October 3 in San Diego at the IMAPS International Symposium on Advanced Packaging and Microelectronics Assembly.

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Auburn alum at Blue Origin working to launch one of world’s tallest rockets

10/25/23

Monk is a director on the New Glenn mission management team at Blue Origin, the aerospace manufacturer founded by Amazon.com’s Jeff Bezos. He graduated from Auburn with a bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering in 2005 and earned a master’s at the University of Colorado a year later. He immediately joined NASA’s Constellation program, working to develop the rockets and spacecraft needed to replace the retiring fleet of space shuttles. When the program was canceled in 2011, Monk had mixed feelings.

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Civil Engineering assistant professor takes deep dive into morphing skins

Dustin Duncan | 10/24/23

Khosravi, an assistant professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, has a goal to research flexible burrowing probes for site investigation and underground excavation. These probes are crucial for various development projects, including underground structures, buildings, dams and pavements, as they determine soil characteristics.

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Doctoral student in electrical and computer engineering competes at SEC Student Pitch Competition

Joe McAdory | 10/23/23

Parvin Fathi-Hafshejani, who is pursuing a PhD in electrical and computer engineering, is one of 14 students competing at the SEC Student Pitch Competition in Athens, Georgia.

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Four engineering students among 20 Halloween Pitch Competition finalists

Joe McAdory | 10/23/23

Friday's final round begins in Horton-Hardgrave Hall's Broadway Event and Space Theater at 9 a.m.

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Nearly 100 children, grades K-6, introduced to world of STEM at GRAND Engineering Showcase

Joe McAdory | 10/20/23

Auburn Engineering hosted the GRAND Engineering Showcase on October 10, which introduced children to various engineering concepts and problems to spark their interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

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#GINNing Podcast: The Rebel

Jeremy Henderson | 10/20/23

This is the story of an engineering rebel who embraced Auburn sight unseen, fell in love with Aubie, broke Ole Miss' generational curse on her family, and tackled the greatest challenges for green infrastructure.

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Occupational Safety, Ergonomics and Injury Prevention Center aims to protect employees through research

Dustin Duncan | 10/18/23

The Center for Occupational Safety, Ergonomics and Injury Prevention — part of the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering at Auburn University — aims to improve occupational health and safety by shaping the future of work through innovative research, instructional excellence and continuing education.

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Army invests another $4.35M in Auburn additive manufacturing qualification research

Jeremy Henderson | 10/18/23

The U.S. Army is again asking Auburn University's National Center for Additive Manufacturing Excellence (NCAME) to help keep its caissons rolling toward the cutting edge.

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ICAMS to host manufacturing summit and open house Oct. 26 and 27

Dustin Duncan | 10/16/23

The Auburn University Interdisciplinary Center for Advanced Manufacturing Systems (ICAMS) will open its doors to the public later this month to showcase the wide range of resources available to assist small- and medium-sized manufacturing operations to advance their businesses.

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Student in mechanical engineering wins top prize, $2,350 at Graduate Engineering Research Showcase

Joe McAdory | 10/16/23

Ryan Pollard, a first-year graduate student, earned 'Best in Show' honors for his oral and poster presentation, "A Kinematics-Based Approach to Future Joint Angle Prediction."

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#GINNing Podcast: Duff Tough

Jeremy Henderson | 10/13/23

Air Force staff sergeant Silvia Duff has built bunkers in Eastern Africa and written policy for emergency response plans and joint force agreements with America's NATO allies. In 2018, she was recognized as Civil Engineer U.S. Airman of the Year. But the Colombian-born civil engineering senior's true call of duty may be helping veterans win battles off the battlefield.

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Alabama Launchpad Cycle 3 finale to have Auburn Engineering flavor

Joe McAdory | 10/11/23

Will Bryan, who is working toward a PhD in mechanical engineering, and Zakariya Veasy, a senior in computer science and software engineering, will compete in the Dec. 7 event.

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Recognizing Cybersecurity Awareness Month, McCrary Institute expert weighs in on new threats, means of protection

Joe McAdory | 10/10/23

October is the 20th installment of Cybersecurity Awareness Month.

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Startup with chemical engineering roots awarded $1 million NSF grant to provide MRI clinicians with safer contrast agent

Joe McAdory | 10/10/23

Nanoxort, LLC, a biomedical startup, offers an MRI contrast agent that's safer and more reliable than traditional gadolinium

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Professor in computer science and software engineering develops novel method to prevent cyber attacks on low earth orbit satellites

Joe McAdory | 10/09/23

Tao Shu's NSF-funded project will randomly scatter pieces of code from one satellite to another, creating a logistical nightmare for would-be hackers

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#GINNing Podcast: Son of a Burch

Jeremy Henderson | 10/06/23

Word on the street is that Hunter Burch is the younger half of the first father-son combo among Auburn Engineering faculty colleagues. Listen to the electrical engineering assistant professor share his feelings on this historic accomplishment, discuss his mind-bending research into applied electromagnetics, and dish on his mechanical maestro dad on the latest episode of the award-winning #GINNing Podcast. 

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Industrial Engineering doctoral students publish paper on physical effects of smartphone usage

Dustin Duncan | 10/04/23

Smartphones have become an integral part of society's culture, and researchers have linked prolonged use of these devices to depression and anxiety. However, two graduate students at Auburn University's Samuel Ginn College of Engineering are researching the physical consequences of repeated smartphone usage.

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Civil Engineering professor co-authors national wrong way driving solution handbook

Dustin Duncan | 10/03/23

Huaguo Zhou, the Elton Z. and Lois G. Huff Professor of civil and environmental engineering at Auburn University, co-authored a handbook aimed at helping state Department of Transportation offices reduce the risk of wrong-way driving crashes. The "Wrong-Way Driving Solutions Handbook," released in August, will be distributed to all 50 state Department of Transportation offices. Zhou said the handbook is the first to target reducing wrong-way driving crashes.

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Associate professor in CSSE leads collaborative project aimed at meeting needs of Native American, Latina and Black women in computing

Joe McAdory | 10/02/23

Jakita Thomas was awarded a $204,324 National Science Foundation Early-Concept Grant for Exploratory Research (EAGER)

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#GINNing Podcast: Acosta's Exo-llent Adventure

Jeremy Henderson | 09/29/23

From Puerto Rico to the Plains, Yadrianna Acosta-Sojo is preventing injuries and taking names. 

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Assistant professor in ECE, senior in wireless engineering study upper atmospheric behavior in Alaska

Joe McAdory | 09/28/23

Assistant professor Hunter Burch and Taylor Lindley, a senior in wireless engineering, spent two weeks in Alaska conducting experiments with a focus on the auroral electro jet current.

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AUTRI Director earns prestigious Steinberg Award for contributions to transportation education

Jeremy Henderson | 09/28/23

At its recent September conference in La Jolla, California, the American Road and Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) honored Larry Rilett, director of the Auburn University Transportation Research Institute (AUTRI), with its prestigious Steinberg Award, which annually recognizes “an individual who has made remarkable contributions to transportation education and research.”

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Next Level program aims to develop career skills in students

Cassie Montgomery | 09/28/23

The College of Engineering's newly launched pilot program, titled Next Level, aims to enhance career preparedness and to improve first destination satisfaction by focusing on formative career development in the classroom.

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CEE assistant professor and Stormwater Research Facility part of $1.3M grant to safeguard Gulf Coast ecosystem

Dustin Duncan | 09/28/23

Shiqiang Zou, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering (CEE) and Michael Perez, associate professor in CEE, are collaborating with the University of South Alabama on a three-year, $1.3 million project to upgrade geotextiles to filter excessive nutrients from stormwater runoff into the Gulf Coast ecosystem. Auburn University has been awarded $420,000 as part of the grant. Other collaborators include Wake Forest University and Mobile Baykeeper.

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Visiting assistant professor in electrical and computer engineering presented with Young Scientist Award

Joe McAdory | 09/27/23

Clint Snider was recently presented with the award at the International Union of Radio Science’s General Assembly and Scientific Symposium in Sapporo, Japan.

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CEE professor elected to Association of Asphalt Paving Technologists Board of Directors

Dustin Duncan | 09/26/23

David Timm, the Brasfield & Gorrie Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering, has been elected to the Association of Asphalt Paving Technologists (AAPT) Board of Directors for the second time.

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ME professor earns prestigious award for heat transfer research

Jeremy Henderson | 09/25/23

Mehmet Arik, associate professor of mechanical engineering, recently received the 2022 Hartnett-Irvine Award from the International Centre for Heat and Mass Transfer (ICHMT).  

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Auburn Engineering the only academic institution among Green Cross Award semifinalists

Joe McAdory | 09/25/23

College recognized for advocating transformational research that doesn't push the boundaries of safety.

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#GINNing Podcast: Air Apparent

Jeremy Henderson | 09/22/23

All that stuff about engineering giving you wings, helping you soar, taking your career to new heights? The path double major Caroline Culjak took kind of gives that a whole new meaning.

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Almost 200 registered for annual Graduate Engineering Research Showcase

Joe McAdory | 09/21/23

Students will exchange ideas, hypotheses and fresh concepts between one another and faculty judges on Thursday, October 12.

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Director of Wireless Research and Education Center part of three NSF-funded projects

Joe McAdory | 09/19/23

Shiwen Mao's collaborative research uses RFID to capture posture, identify smart health applications, and create data analysis-aided learning methods for robust wireless measurements.

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ASEL director earns $336K grant to improve bridge maintenance

Dustin Duncan | 09/18/23

Matthew Yarnold, director of the Advanced Structural Engineering Laboratory (ASEL) and an associate professor in civil and environmental engineering, is working to improve the long-term functionality of bridges in Alabama by focusing on how to improve deck slabs that connect bridge decks without using traditional deck joints.

The 2023 Auburn Alumni Engineering Council award winners included Distinguished Auburn Engineer Ed Yeilding, ’72 electrical engineering; Distinguished Auburn Engineer Pam Boyd, ’92 electrical engineering; Distinguished Auburn Engineer Richard Kretzschmar, ’90 and ’96 aerospace engineering; Outstanding Young Auburn Engineer Rodmesia Clarke, ’08 chemical engineering; Distinguished Auburn Engineer Metrick Houser, ’93 chemical engineering; Distinguished Auburn Engineer Mike Ogles, ’89 mechanical engineering, represented by his son Will Ogles; Outstanding Young Auburn Engineer Brandon Young, ’10 electrical engineering; Outstanding Young Auburn Engineer Christa Musgrove, ’07 mechanical engineering; and Superior Service Steve Duke, chemical engineering associate professor and the college’s former associate dean for academics.

Auburn Alumni Engineering Council honors 9 with college’s highest awards

Austin Phillips | 09/18/23

Eight outstanding engineering alumni and one longtime faculty member of the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering were honored by the Auburn Alumni Engineering Council during a ceremony Friday, Sept. 15, for their distinguished professional careers.

The 2023 Auburn Alumni Engineering Council award winners included Distinguished Auburn Engineer Ed Yeilding, ’72 electrical engineering; Distinguished Auburn Engineer Pam Boyd, ’92 electrical engineering; Distinguished Auburn Engineer Richard Kretzschmar, ’90 and ’96 aerospace engineering; Outstanding Young Auburn Engineer Rodmesia Clarke, ’08 chemical engineering; Distinguished Auburn Engineer Metrick Houser, ’93 chemical engineering; Distinguished Auburn Engineer Mike Ogles, ’89 mechanical engineering, represented by his son Will Ogles; Outstanding Young Auburn Engineer Brandon Young, ’10 electrical engineering; Outstanding Young Auburn Engineer Christa Musgrove, ’07 mechanical engineering; and Superior Service Steve Duke, chemical engineering associate professor and the college’s former associate dean for academics.

Auburn Engineering undergraduate programs ranked among U.S. News and World Report's Top 30 public institutions

Joe McAdory | 09/18/23

Auburn Engineering's undergraduate programs climbed three spots in the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings.

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CEE assistant professor lands $1.25 million FAA grant

Dustin Duncan | 09/18/23

Bowers is the principal investigator on a $1.25 million grant funded by the Federal Aviation Administration through the Airfield Pavement Technology Program cooperative agreement managed by the National Asphalt Pavement Association. The project “Synthesis and State of Practice and Research Needs for Airfield Asphalt Pavement Resilience.”

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#GINNing Podcast: Clocks and Chemicals

Jeremy Henderson | 09/15/23

When it comes to dialysis, chemical engineering doctoral student and Jordan-Hare Stadium play clock operator Matt Garnett definitely wants to delay the game.

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Auburn ranked by National Academy of Inventors among Top 100 U.S. universities granted utility patents

09/14/23

Auburn innovators earned 12 new patents in 2022

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Alabama Center for Paper and Bioresource Engineering prepares today's students to become tomorrow's leaders

Joe McAdory | 09/13/23

Within this program, students learn biosystems engineering, chemical engineering, electrical engineering, environmental engineering, process control and optimization, material engineering, mechanical engineering and more.

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Assistant professor in CSSE develops techniques to detect software container orchestration vulnerabilities

Joe McAdory | 09/13/23

Akond Rahman is principal investigator on a three-year, $553,295 National Science Foundation grant for the project, “Resilient Operations for Deployment Units Used in Container Orchestration,” aimed at targeting and strengthening software resilience.

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AI@AU initiative spearheads fall series of expert-led artificial intelligence forums

Joe McAdory | 09/08/23

The AI@AU forums will draw speakers from inside and outside the university to talk on a variety of topical AI and machine learning issues.

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#GINNing Podcast: The Scholar

Jeremy Henderson | 09/08/23

Listen to Ayden Kemp, one of Auburn Engineering's two latest Goldwater Scholars, discuss how his 5th-grade trip to Disneyland inspired a unique educational journey only one engineering school could provide.

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Chemical engineering researchers win Alabama Launchpad with device that replicates human-like tissue

Joe McAdory | 08/25/23

Elizabeth Lipke, professor in chemical engineering, and Yuan Tian, a post-doctoral researcher, won $25,000 for their co-founded biomedical company VivoSphere

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$1M USDA-funded phosphorus mitigation project latest in CBB’s growing research portfolio

Jeremy Henderson | 08/25/23

For Auburn's Center for Bioenergy and Bioproducts (CBB), 2023 is coming up roses. And ryegrass.

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#GINNing Podcast: Banner Man

Jeremy Henderson | 08/25/23

Learn how business school poster boy Zakariya Veasy is poised to revolutionize the credit game through Omnis, a pitch-perfect startup facilitating peer-to-peer, short-term microloans on the latest episode of the award-winning #GINNing Podcast. 

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Artificial intelligence-themed film festival kicks off Tuesday, August 29

Joe McAdory | 08/22/23

Viewers will have the opportunity to view five movies, then learn from an Auburn University professor about what they witnessed and how it can be applied today… and tomorrow.

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ISE doctoral student holds 15 taekwondo global tournament medals

Carla Nelson | 08/22/23

Waad Tarman, a doctoral student studying industrial and systems engineering with a research focus in electronics manufacturing and reliability, holds 15 medals from more than 20 global tournaments in taekwondo.

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Cyber Fire Puzzles presents real-life cyber security challenges to develop students' cyber defense skills

Joe McAdory | 08/21/23

Almost 60 students were presented with cyber security challenges in the form of puzzles to develop skills fundamental to practitioners on August 19-20.

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Researchers in chemical engineering part of NSF-EPSCoR grant to reimagine sustainable development of plastic materials

Joe McAdory | 08/18/23

Symone Alexander, Selen Cremaschi and Zhihua Jiang are part of a four-year, $4 million multi-disciplinary collaborative study with researchers from the University of Southern Mississippi.

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#GINNing Podcast: Shay, Queen

Jeremy Henderson | 08/18/23

We believe in work — hard work. Which is why we believe in Pilcher — Shay Pilcher, the twice-diploma'd, Auburn mechanical engineering grad, current research engineer and founder and CEO of Archangel Defense.

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Assistant professor in chemical engineering earns $430k National Science Foundation grant

Joe McAdory | 08/18/23

Michael Howard is developing computer models to help scientists understand and design soft materials, from industrial fluids and consumer products to nanoparticles delivered to complex environments like the body.

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Chemical engineering professors create USDA, NSF-funded research that could positively impact global food supply, environment

Joe McAdory | 08/17/23

Jin Wang and Peter He co-authored a pair of USDA and NSF studies that explore means to convert bio-gas into animal feed – creating a sustainable circular aquaculture industry – and remove methane from the atmosphere.

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Recent graduate in electrical engineering named Alabama Association of Colleges and Employers Co-op Student of the Year

Joe McAdory | 08/15/23

Jared Jones, who received his degree from Auburn in May, was also Auburn University's 2022-23 Frank Vandegrift Co-op student of the year.

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Structural engineering pioneer receives rare recognition from American Concrete Institute

Jeremy Henderson | 08/14/23

Andy Nowak is going to need a bigger trophy case.  The American Concrete Institute (ACI) Board of Direction recently awarded the chair of Auburn University's Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering both the Charles S. Whitney Medal and the Mete A. Sozen Award for Excellence in Structural Research.

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McCrary Institute, utility company leaders converge to share best practices and cyber threat mitigation strategies

Joe McAdory | 08/09/23

Priority issues included the electric sector landscape, national cybersecurity strategy, building a cyber-trained operational technology workforce, cyber-informed engineering, and more.

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Auburn University leading SEC consortium to advance innovation in AI teaching, learning

08/08/23

Auburn is among several universities delivering pragmatic solutions to critical questions on how faculty can effectively integrate AI in their instruction and scholarship.

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#GINNing Podcast: Beam me up, Hailey

Jeremy Henderson | 08/04/23

Want to hear about a beaming Auburn engineering student who's vaulting her way through her academic routine with unparalleled devotion? Well, go ahead and get your ears on for this interview with sophomore gymnastics sensation Hailey John. You'll be absolutely floored.

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Assistant professor in CSSE earns two grants that combine for $1.25 million

Joe McAdory | 08/02/23

Shubhra Kanti (Santu) Karmaker is conducting investigative studies involving natural language processing and artificial intelligence-assisted interactive learning for the National Science Foundation and Air Force Office of Scientific Research.

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Aerospace engineering faculty member uses bio-inspired surface textures to ensure smooth flight

Joe McAdory | 07/27/23

Study is part of a three-year, $600,000 Defense Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research grant.

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Senior Fellow of McCrary Institute nominated for National Cyber Director

07/26/23

If confirmed by the Senate, Harry Coker would advise the President of the United States on cybersecurity strategy and policy, working out of the White House and leading the Office of the National Cyber Director.

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Mechanical engineering senior from Mobile named Auburn Engineering graduation marshal

Joe McAdory | 07/25/23

Jakob Markham will lead Auburn University’s Samuel Ginn College of Engineering class of 2023 at its summer commencement exercises Saturday, Aug. 5.

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ISE doctoral student presented Lean Engineering Award

Carla Nelson | 07/21/23

Minas Pantelidakis, a doctoral student in the Auburn University Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, was recently named the 2023 JT Black Lean Engineering Student of the Year. Tom Devall, director of auto manufacturing initiatives for the department, selected Pantelidakis as the recipient of the award.

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#GINNing Podcast: The Winning Formula

Jeremy Henderson | 07/21/23

Why does assistant mechanical engineering professor Mark Hoffman get such high marks on Rate My Professor? Why do students think he's "chill" and "of the best engineering professors I've had" and "an intelligent professor with a great sense of realism and humor?" Let's find out on the latest episode of the award-winning #GINNing Podcast.

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Chemical engineering researchers part of $23.8M project to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from paper mills

Joe McAdory | 07/20/23

Selen Cremaschi, the B. Redd & Susan W. Redd Professor and chair of Auburn University’s Department of Chemical Engineering, and Zhihua Jiang, the Auburn Pulp and Paper Associate Professor in chemical engineering, are co-principal investigators of the study funded by the U.S. Department of Energy.

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Five Auburn University alumni revolutionizing tax preparation industry with tax pro software

07/14/23

Graduates received $150,000 as part of Google’s Black and Latino Founders Fund awards

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Seven Auburn Engineering students awarded Department of Defense SMART scholarships

Joe McAdory | 07/13/23

Emma Akozbek, Seth Markum, Rehman Qureshi, Alton Stoute, Dayton Malone, Mason Holtcamp, and Chase Hittle will receive tuition for up to five years, mentorship, summer internships, a stipend and full-time employment with the Department of Defense after graduation through the scholarship.

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Senior in CSSE has passion for giving people a shot at the American dream

07/12/23

Zakariya Veasy founded OMNIS to develop secure, easy-to-use solutions for those coming to the U.S. who often face significant obstacles in attempting to establish credit once they get here.

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Auburn Engineering advisor among national award recipients from National Academic Advising Association

Joe McAdory | 07/11/23

Under Janet Moore's leadership, the Engineering Student Services team integrates motivational interviewing techniques as part of their academic success meetings with students.

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Kitchen to Car: USDA backs BSE professor's method for producing eco-friendly biolubricants from waste cooking oil

Jeremy Henderson | 07/11/23

High triglycerides — bad for your heart, good for your engine (and your environment).  That's the (general) idea behind a novel method to produce eco-friendly biolubricants from waste cooking oil (WCO) to serve as base oil in automotive lubricants developed by Hossein Jahromi, an assistant research professor in the Department of Biosystems Engineering. And it's a good one. 

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#GINNing Podcast: Ross Boss

Jeremy Henderson | 07/07/23

There's a new chair over in Ross Hall. And we're not talking La-Z-Boy.  Listen to Selen Cremaschi, the B. Redd and Susan W. Redd Eminent Scholar Chair Professor, discuss her new role in Auburn University’s Department of Chemical Engineering 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.

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Vehicle Systems, Dynamics, and Design Laboratory team wins Vertical Flight Society international competition

Joe McAdory | 07/07/23

Three graduate students in Imon Chakraborty's laboratory designed, built and flew the winning vertical takeoff and landing aircraft.

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Selen Cremaschi named as the next chair of the Department of Chemical Engineering

Austin Phillips | 06/28/23

Selen Cremaschi, the B. Redd and Susan W. Redd Eminent Scholar Chair Professor, has been named as chair of Auburn University’s Department of Chemical Engineering. 

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Research engineer uses tools she learned at Auburn toward ironclad startup

Ward Swift | 06/28/23

Mechanical engineering alum Shay Pilcher founded Archangel Defense, which custom designs exosuits that replicate and power critical human movements.

Selen Cremaschi

Senior in aerospace, biosystems awarded Astronaut Scholarship Foundation scholarship

Joe McAdory | 06/26/23

Ayden Kemp dreams of developing and maintaining life support systems for manned spaceflight so humanity can one day establish a sustainable human presence on the Moon and on Mars.

Selen Cremaschi

ISE assistant professor earns NSF CAREER Award for AM fatigue life prediction through deep learning

Jeremy Henderson | 06/23/23

The National Science Foundation (NSF) is turning to assistant industrial and systems engineering professor Peter Liu in the form of a $500,000 CAREER Award meant to generate new insight into defect formation relevant to fatigue performance of parts manufactured through laser powder-bed fusion (LPBF) and uncover the synergistic impacts of multi-scale factors on fatigue fractures.

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Asteroid between Jupiter and Mars named after aerospace engineering graduate student

Joe McAdory | 06/23/23

Yaeji Kim was among six Auburn students honored at the recent Asteroids, Comets, Meteors Conference in Flagstaff, Arizona

Selen Cremaschi

#GINNing Podcast: The Sociology of Hydrology

Jeremy Henderson | 06/23/23

Water, water everywhere and not a drop to drink? Perish the thought, says Jose Vasconcelos, associate professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, one of 32 researchers selected by the Jewish National Fund-USA to travel to Israel for its 2023 Summer Faculty Fellowship Program.

Selen Cremaschi

Professor in aerospace engineering presented with 2023 AIAA Aerodynamics Award

Joe McAdory | 06/20/23

Roy Hartfield, Walt and Virginia Woltosz Professor of Aerospace Engineering, is dedicated to making an impact on industry and students.

Selen Cremaschi

Professor in ECE part of $1.8 million study to explore security solutions for semiconductor supply chains

Joe McAdory | 06/14/23

Ujjwal Guin, assistant professor in electrical and computer engineering, said tracking of thousands of electronic devices becomes crucial for enabling supply chain integrity, managing data processing, and communications.

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Student in aerospace engineering earns national honor society accolades

Joe McAdory | 06/06/23

Elizabeth Weidl, a rising senior in aerospace engineering, was the south central region winner and national runner-up for the Sigma Gamma Tau Undergraduate Award.

Selen Cremaschi

Materials engineering grad student earns prestigious sustainability fellowship

Jeremy Henderson | 06/06/23

The U.S. government wants to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050, plus a carbon pollution-free power sector by 2035 via investing in renewable energy technologies such as solar and wind microgrid systems. Yaqub Adediji is going to help them do it.

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#GINNing Podcast: Gemini Vegetarian

Jeremy Henderson | 06/02/23

Undergraduate research. Under the sea solutions.

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King Charles consults Auburn aerospace grad on sustainable aviation, neckties

Jeremy Henderson | 06/01/23

Ed Waggoner, '69 aerospace engineering, deputy associate administrator for programs for the Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate, discussed NASA's sustainable aviation efforts with King Charles at the king's request at his first public engagement following his coronation.

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#GINNing Podcast: Brine of the Times

Jeremy Henderson | 05/26/23

A lot of people just whine about brine. But not assistant environmental engineering professor and wastewater recycling wunderkind Nick Zou.

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Auburn aerospace engineering well represented at AIAA Greater Huntsville Section awards

Joe McAdory | 05/22/23

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.

Selen Cremaschi

Ten ISE graduate students earn IPC scholarships

Carla Nelson | 05/22/23

Ten graduate students studying in the Auburn University Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE), and 17 Auburn University students overall, have been awarded scholarships from the Institute for Printed Circuits Education Foundation (IPCEF).

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#GINNing Podcast: Big Dam Deal

Jeremy D Henderson | 05/19/23

Anna Lancaster, a junior in biosystems engineering doing undergraduate research under associate civil engineering professor Jack Montgomery, recently beat out three PhD students for first place in the United States Society on Dams' Kim de Rubertis Scholarship competition.

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Engineering gala celebrates 150th anniversary

Bethany Deuel | 05/18/23

Auburn Engineering alumni, friends, faculty and staff gathered in the Brown-Kopel Center on Saturday, May 13, for a gala to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering.

Selen Cremaschi

Four engineering professors recipients of Auburn's internal research and creative works funding programs

Jonathan Cullum | 05/16/23

Congratulations, Chris Kieslich, Michael Howard, Pengyu Chen and Chad Rose!

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Electrical engineering junior named chief of staff for Students of Southern Company

Jeremy Henderson | 05/16/23

Jesús Ruelas Barragan, a junior studying electrical engineering, was recently named chief of staff for the Students of Southern Company, an employee resource within Southern Company. In that position he oversees five other executive board members within Students of Southern Company and more than 70 co-op students and interns. He also cooridnates community service, social and site tour events.  

Selen Cremaschi

CEE professor tapped to research water resources in Israel

Jeremy Henderson | 05/16/23

Jose Vasconcelos, associate professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, is one of 32 researchers selected by the Jewish National Fund-USA to travel to Israel for its 2023 Summer Faculty Fellowship Program. Funded by the Jewish National Fund-USA’s Boruchin Center and individual donors, the tour is a fully paid intensive program for full-time academics from leading American universities. 

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#GINNing Podcast: New Boss Level

Jeremy Henderson | 05/12/23

As chemical engineering chair, Mario Eden led the department to its highest-ever U.S. News & World Report Graduate Program ranking; increased undergraduate enrollment to record numbers with incoming freshmen with ACT scores of 30 or higher for 11 years in a row; successfully added 17 tenure-track faculty members and two full-time lecturers during the past 10 years, including the department achieving the highest percentage of female full professors among any chemical engineering department in the country; increased philanthropic support of the program by millions of dollars; and successfully led the department through the national accreditation process in 2016 and 2022. Last month, he was appointed the new dean of the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering. But in terms of lasting impact, his latest distinction — #GINNing Podcast guest — stands alone.

Selen Cremaschi

Aerospace engineering graduate students awarded DoD SMART Scholarships

Joe McAdory | 05/11/23

Alton Stoute and Rehman Qureshi will begin assignments this summer at the U.S. Army Research Lab Proving Grounds in Aberdeen, Maryland, and Air Force Research Laboratory in Rome, New York, respectively.

Selen Cremaschi

CSSE advising team earns $100k Bright Ideas grant to improve student career outcomes

Joe McAdory | 05/08/23

Their proposal pairs recent Auburn University Campus Engagement & Experience Survey results with three required professional development classes to not only measure success – but also ensure student success moving forward.

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#GINNing Podcast: Since she was 13

Jeremy Henderson | 05/05/23

Katie Leonard, Auburn's latest NSF Graduate Research Fellowship recipient, graduates in May with a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering, something that's been in the works since was 13.

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Graduate School honors 13 students, four faculty/staff from Auburn Engineering

Joe McAdory | 05/05/23

Students, faculty and staff recognized at the annual Auburn University Graduate School awards ceremony, Friday, April 28, in the Melton Student Center Ballroom.

Selen Cremaschi

Taylor named Auburn SVP for Research and Economic Development

05/04/23

Taylor has served as the interim dean of Auburn’s Samuel Ginn College of Engineering since April 2022. Taylor will begin his new position on June 1.

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Professors' work with roadway resiliency recognized by national organization

Jeremy Henderson | 05/04/23

Jeffrey LaMondia and Benjamin Bowers were recently awarded the Resilient Roads Roundtable’s Innovators and Influencers Award.

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Assistant professor in ECE wins NSF Early Faculty Development CAREER Award

Joe McAdory | 05/03/23

Yin Sun's project, "Semantic and Goal-oriented Status Updating for Real-time Inference, Monitoring, and Decision-Making," finds measures for operators to receive fresh and important, accurate data simultaneously

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Graduation marshal earning degrees in mechanical, electrical engineering

Joe McAdory | 05/03/23

Lydia Ann Mitchell will lead the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering graduates into this weekend's commencement exercises at Neville Arena.

Selen Cremaschi

Auburn Alumni Engineering Council inducts Class of 2028

Austin Phillips | 05/02/23

The Auburn Alumni Engineering Council inducted seven new members to the group during its annual spring meeting April 14 in the Brown-Kopel Center.

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Southern Company's Goosby named executive-in-residence at McCrary Institute

Joe McAdory | 05/02/23

Auburn Engineering alumnus aims to provide leadership for the development of a collaboration center that aligns to the mission of the McCrary Institute to support the security of critical infrastructure – specifically the electricity sector.

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#GINNing Podcast: Hey Yarnold!

Jeremy Henderson | 04/28/23

On Jan. 1, Matt Yarnold, associate professor of structural engineering, took charge of Auburn University's Advanced Structural Engineering Laboratory (ASEL) as director.    Find out how that whole thing's working out on the latest episode of the award-winning #GINNing Podcast.

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Two Auburn Engineering alumnae honored at Black Alumni Weekend

Bethany Deuel | 04/28/23

Antoria Guerrier, ’00 electrical engineering, and Regenia Sanders, ’95 mechanical engineering, were honored as part of Auburn University’s Black Alumni Weekend.

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AUsome Science in 60 Seconds challenges student researchers

Joe McAdory | 04/28/23

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.

Selen Cremaschi

Student in ECE serves as lighting and scenic designer for popular musical

Charlotte Tuggle | 04/27/23

Katie Wolfe, a senior double majoring in theatre design and technology and electrical engineering, served as the student lighting and scenic designer of “Edges.”

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Student in CSSE part of Auburn FMA's Global Case Competition winning team

Joe McAdory | 04/26/23

Wesley Lowman, a junior in computer science and software engineering, was part of Auburn's four-student Financial Management Association team to win one of the most prestigious student-organized case competitions in the world.

Selen Cremaschi

Auburn Engineering climbs to No. 31 in U.S. News and World Report rankings

Joe McAdory | 04/25/23

Auburn Engineering has climbed 10 spots in the Best Graduate program rankings over the past four years

Selen Cremaschi

DOE, NAWI tap Auburn team for $1.5M advance reverse osmosis brine management project

Jeremy Henderson | 04/24/23

The Department of Energy (DOE) and National Alliance for Water Innovation (NAWI) recently tapped Auburn University to spearhead a $1.5 million investigation into the reuse of wastewater and brackish water as a possible means of meeting mounting freshwater demands in inland cities.

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Two Auburn Engineering students receive National Science Foundation Fellowships

Cassie Montgomery | 04/21/23

Two Auburn Engineering undergraduates - Katie Leonard and Peter Abraham - were among four Auburn University recipients of the National Science Foundation's Graduate Research Fellowship.

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CPAC gives used 3D printing filament new life through recycling program

Cassie Montgomery | 04/21/23

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.

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#GINNing Podcast: The Wiz Kid

Jeremy Henderson | 04/21/23

What do Tim Cook, '82 industrial, and Emily Kalifa, '25 industrial, have in common? Find out 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.

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CPAC Summer Seminar Series kicks off May 30

Cassie Montgomery | 04/20/23

The annual seminar series hosted by the Center for Polymers and Advanced Composites is an opportunity for graduate students to share their research and foster interdisciplinary research collaboration at Auburn.

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Students spend weekend as cyber sleuths, trace fictional attack

Joe McAdory | 04/20/23

Tracer FIRE, held April 14-16, was an educational program is developed and run by Sandia National Laboratories for the purpose of training university students in cyber incident response.

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Professor in ECE named IEEE Region 3 Outstanding Engineer

Joe McAdory | 04/19/23

Fa Foster Dai is one of 427,000 IEEE members worldwide to earn "Outstanding Engineer" status

Selen Cremaschi

Researchers earn multi-year VLRCOE grant to study coaxial rotor phenomena

Joe McAdory | 04/17/23

Assistant professors in aerospace engineering, Vrishank Raghav and Ehsan Taheri, and graduate student Lokesh Silwal, received multi-year funding from the Vertical Lift Research Center of Excellence for their proposal

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Auburn University appoints Mario Eden as its new dean of the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering

Austin Phillips | 04/14/23

Following a national search, Mario Eden, the Joe T. and Billie Carole McMillan Professor and chair of Auburn University’s Department of Chemical Engineering, has been named as the 14th dean of the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, according to an announcement by Interim Provost Vini Nathan.

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Auburn University appoints Mario Eden as its new dean of the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering

Austin Phillips | 04/14/23

Following a national search, Mario Eden, the Joe T. and Billie Carole McMillan Professor and chair of Auburn University’s Department of Chemical Engineering, has been named as the 14th dean of the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, according to an announcement by Interim Provost Vini Nathan.

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Spring awards recognize outstanding students, faculty, staff and alumni

Cassie Montgomery | 04/14/23

The Auburn University Samuel Ginn College of Engineering hosted its annual spring awards ceremony, which recognizes students, faculty, staff and alumni who have shown outstanding leadership and devotion to the college.

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#GINNing Podcast: Robot Rock

Jeremy Henderson | 04/14/23

When it comes to expanding our understanding of computer science's relationship to music theory — and, heck, maybe even vice versa — nothing matches the Persian powered pedagogy of CSSE doctoral student Fatemah Jamshidi.

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McCrary Institute to host top experts for virtual roundtable on securing space

Joe McAdory | 04/11/23

Event Will Discuss Need to Prioritize Resilience of U.S. Space Systems

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Two Auburn Engineering honors students named Goldwater Scholars

T. Wade Berry | 04/11/23

Ayden Kemp and Maggie Nelson are just two of this year's 413 Barry M. Goldwater Scholars nationwide.

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Auburn bolsters relations with German Technical Institute of Applied Sciences

Joe McAdory | 04/10/23

Fostering the spirit of collaborative research and educational programs, Auburn University leadership hosted a delegation from the German Technical University of Applied Sciences at Wurzburg-Schweinfurt, March 26-31.

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#GINNing Podcast: The Cupola from Colombia

Jeremy Henderson | 04/07/23

Listen to civil engineering senior Sebastian Vallecilla reflect on his Auburn journey and his engineering future on the latest episode of the award-winning #GINNing Podcast. Listen below, or on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, iHeartRadio or wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts by searching #GINNing.

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#GINNing Podcast: Since she was 13

Jeremy Henderson | 04/05/23

Katie Leonard, Auburn's latest NSF Graduate Research Fellowship recipient, graduates in May with a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering, something that's been in the works since was 13.

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Faculty journey to South Korea to form lasting research connections

Cassie Montgomery | 04/05/23

Two Auburn Engineering faculty members - assistant professors Jean-Francois Louf and Ali Khosravi - were selected as recipients of the Research & Scholarship Connections Travel Grant to Kiemyung University in Daegu, South Korea.

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Six engineering students among Auburn research symposium award winners

Joe McAdory | 04/05/23

More than 400 graduate and undergraduate students from Auburn University and Auburn University at Montgomery participated in the annual event, which showcases a broad spectrum of student research and scholarship from a variety of disciplines.

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Professors selected for Research and Scholarship Travel Grant to Taiwan

04/05/23

Gopikrishna Deshpande and Russell Mailen are among the university's eight faculty members selected by the Office of International Programs

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Student creates device that instantly detects disease, wins pitch competition

Joe McAdory | 04/04/23

Parvin Fathi-Hafshejani, a doctoral student in ECE, won the ninth Tiger Cage Business Idea Competition and $25,000 in early-stage startup capital

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Student in CSSE awarded invitation to graduate cohort for women

Joe McAdory | 04/03/23

Nilanjana Raychawdhary will attend the Computing Research Association Widening Participating Graduate Cohort for Women April 20-22 in San Francisco.

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Engineering Student Services honored with two Provost Advising Awards

Cassie Montgomery | 03/31/23

The Samuel Ginn College of Engineering's Office of Engineering Student Services was honored with two advising awards – Outstanding Student Support Representative and Outstanding Advising Program - at the annual Provost Advising Awards ceremony.

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Auburn chapter of Pi Tau Sigma hosts international convention

Cassie Montgomery | 03/31/23

The Auburn University chapter of Pi Tau Sigma, the mechanical engineering honor society, welcomed the 101st annual international convention for the organization to campus March 17-18.

Mario Eden

Auburn chapter of Pi Tau Sigma hosts international convention

Cassie Montgomery | 03/31/23

The Auburn University chapter of Pi Tau Sigma, the mechanical engineering honor society, welcomed the 101st annual international convention for the organization to campus March 17-18.

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#GINNing Podcast: In the interest of Justus

Jeremy Henderson | 03/31/23

A great name. A great mane. A heart for others. An engineer without borders. Learn how biosystems engineering junior and Auburn EWB chapter president Justus Smith is truly doing his part for the American Way on the latest episode of the award-winning #GINNing Podcast. Listen below, or on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, iHeartRadio or wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts by searching #GINNing.

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Professor in ECE leading MRI study that explores PTSD biomarkers in older adults

Joe McAdory | 03/29/23

Meredith Reid, assistant professor in electrical and computer engineering, is hoping results of the study can identify biomarkers that could lead to PTSD medication for older adults.

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Design for Humanity Challenge poses “people-centric” engineering design prompt

Cassie Montgomery | 03/27/23

The Design for Humanity Challenge, held in conjunction with Engineer Together Day last week, asked participants to design a solution with a people-first mindset that considered diverse needs and a wide variety of possible users.

Mario Eden

#GINNing Podcast: The Case of the Cupola-shaped Cavity

Jeremy Henderson | 03/24/23

After earning his degree in chemical engineering, Chris Scheinert, Networking Committee chair for Auburn Engineering's Young Alumni Council, launched his career in process automation in Singapore and Austin, Texas. More recently, he's returned to school, this time at Vanderbilt University, where he'll receive his MBA in May. But the latest episode of the award-winning #GINNing Podcast also delves into the former Cupola ambassador's dark, destructive past, which in 2016 literally shook the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering to its core.

Mario Eden

Second Graduate Engineering Research Showcase held in newly opened AU campus in Huntsville

Jeremy Henderson | 03/24/23

The Samuel Ginn College of Engineering held its second annual Graduate Engineering Research Showcase in Huntsville on Wednesday, with more than 150 graduate students and faculty presenting research posters to members of the Huntsville community and Auburn Engineering alumni.

Mario Eden

Three Auburn Engineering teams among Tiger Cage Pitch Competition finalists

Joe McAdory | 03/24/23

Students are competing Friday, March 31, for a prize pool of $54,000 in startup capital.

Mario Eden

Wireless engineering professor earns SEC's Faculty Achievement Award

03/21/23

Shiwen Mao is the college's fourth recipient of this honor.

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Engineering alumna to deliver spring commencement address

03/21/23

Southern Company Senior Vice President Paula Marino will address the Auburn University spring 2023 graduates, the university announced today. The Auburn alums will deliver remarks to nearly 5,000 graduates and their families during commencement ceremonies on Friday, May 5, and Saturday, May 6, in Neville Arena.

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Junior 1 of 3 selected nationally for 2023 Women in Motorsports initiative

Joe McAdory | 03/21/23

Raegen Moody will intern for two months at the Ganassi Racing headquarters in Indianapolis

Mario Eden

Graduate student in ISE wins regional Three Minute Thesis competition

Joe McAdory | 03/20/23

Shivaprasad Nageswaran, who won Auburn University's Three Minute Thesis competition in November, captured the regional competition with his presentation, "Investigating Seat Belt Safety in Rollover Accidents."

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#GINNing Podcast: Dog's Best Friend

Jeremy Henderson | 03/17/23

Move over, DiCaprio — there's a new Leo on the scene. Listen to an interview with mechanical engineering senior Leo Gray, outgoing Cupola president and the best thing ever to happen to Winnie the three-legged Golden Retriever, on the the latest episode of the award-winning #GINNing Podcast. Listen below, or on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, iHeartRadio or wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts by searching #GINNing.

Mario Eden

Two students in aerospace engineering selected to DoD SMART cohort

Joe McAdory | 03/17/23

Cody Shelton and Megan Hayes will conduct advanced research this summer at the von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics in Belgium

Mario Eden

Biosystems senior wins Engineer Together design competition

Cassie Montgomery | 03/16/23

The Engineer Together annual design competition winners were announced Wednesday as part of Engineer Together Day.

Mario Eden

Artificial intelligence expert in CSSE weighs in on the rise of chatbots

Joe McAdory | 03/15/23

Santu Karmaker discusses quirks, concerns regarding increasingly evolving smart tool

Mario Eden

DOD awards Interdisciplinary Center for Advanced Manufacturing $8.9M for smart manufacturing initiatives

Jeremy Henderson | 03/13/23

The adoption of Smart Manufacturing is fast becoming a necessity for small and medium-sized manufacturers (SMMs) looking to stay competitive in the Industry 4.0 age. For those SMMs in the national security ecosystem, it's no longer a suggestion — it's a requirement.

Mario Eden

Assistant professor in aerospace happy to play role in DART's smashing success

Joe McAdory | 03/13/23

Masatoshi Hirabayashi, co-author on three recently-published DART-related reports, helped quantify DART's effect of kinetic deflection.

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#GINNing Podcast: Day Dreamin'

Jeremy Henderson | 03/10/23

You probably know her from Auburn Engineering's hit Instagram series "Brown-Kopel Locals." But she does a lot more than tote a tiny mic.

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CSSE faculty, students develop children's computer, music skills in harmonious mix

Joe McAdory | 03/08/23

Taught by CSSE faculty and students, 20 elementary school children use what they learn and program robots how to play musical tunes on xylophones

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Upcoming pickleball tournament to benefit Engineers Without Borders

Cassie Montgomery | 03/03/23

The inaugural Engineering Pickleball Tournament will be hosted on Saturday, March 18 at the Auburn University pickleball courts on W. Thatch Avenue.

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College awarded 18 communications and marketing awards

Cassie Montgomery | 03/02/23

The Auburn University Samuel Ginn College of Engineering Office of Communications and Marketing recently earned 18 Educational Advertising Awards in the 38th annual Educational Advertising Awards competition.

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ME professor earns NSF CAREER award to research innovative material response modification

Jeremy Henderson | 03/02/23

Through a highly competitive program under its Division of Materials Research, the National Science Foundation (NSF) recently awarded Siyuan Dai, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, $720,000 for a CAREER project aimed at developing innovative methods for material response modification benefitting a variety of applications from computer science to biomedicine.

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Upcoming Engineer Together Day to highlight college's DEI efforts

Cassie Montgomery | 03/02/23

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.  

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Graduate student in CSSE selected to attend CRA-WP women's conference

Joe McAdory | 03/02/23

Prashamsa Pandey has the opportunity to learn, and share her research ideas on introducing computer science to children with like-minded women April 20-22 in San Francisco.

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National Pan-Hellenic president stands out as prominent student leader

03/01/23

Zoey Cunningham, a senior electrical engineering, spent two years on the National Pan-Hellenic Council before running for president of the organization.

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Occupational safety education and research programs renewed

Carla Nelson | 02/28/23

The Center for Occupational Safety, Ergonomics, and Injury Prevention, part of the Auburn University Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, recently had two education and research training programs renewed for five years by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). The programs are part of the Deep South Center for Occupational Health and Safety, a collaboration with the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). The grants supporting the programs bring approximately $2 million to Auburn. NIOSH and Auburn University have a history dating to the early 1970s, but the history of the Auburn University Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering safety and ergonomics program goes back to the late 1960s.

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Brodbeck named Director of Research Engineering Operations

Jeremy Henderson | 02/28/23

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.

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Multidisciplinary research team works with Toyota to explore creative safety devices

Joe McAdory | 02/28/23

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

Mario Eden

Rocketry team paints vision 'For Brighter Futures' in visit to Children's of Alabama

Joe McAdory | 02/27/23

Patients at Children's of Alabama paint AURA's rocket to be used in upcoming NASA USLI competition.

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State of Alabama Engineering Hall of Fame inducts Class of 2023

Austin Phillips | 02/26/23

The State of Alabama Engineering Hall of Fame inducted five individuals — including two Auburn University alumni — and a corporation during a ceremony Saturday at the Renaissance Montgomery Hotel and Spa at the Convention Center.

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4 engineers awarded Auburn Alumni Association's highest honor

02/26/23

Five Auburn University graduates — including four Auburn engineers — who are all highly accomplished in their fields, received the highest honor given by the Auburn Alumni Association at Auburn’s 2023 Lifetime Achievement Awards dinner on Feb. 25. The association also honored its Young Alumni Achievement Award recipient.

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Professor in CSSE uses after-school program to introduce children to AI

Joe McAdory | 02/24/23

Anh Nguyen's AI Club allows children to program robots and take a deeper dive into artificial intelligence

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Annual E-Day Open House welcomes 3,500 visitors to campus

Cassie Montgomery | 02/24/23

Auburn Engineering hosted more than 3,500 attendees on Friday, Feb. 24 for E-Day, the college's annual open house event.

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Professor in aerospace engineering wins unprecedented third Zarem Educator Award

Joe McAdory | 02/24/23

Joe Majdalani was presented the award at the AIAA's SciTech '23 Forum in January.

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#GINNing Podcast: Fluid Situation

Jeremy Henderson | 02/24/23

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. 

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CEE professor leads NSF project aimed at renewable energy education

Jeremy Henderson | 02/24/23

A collaborative $139,375 National Science Foundation (NSF) project led by Lauren Beckingham, W. Allen and Martha Reed Endowed Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Karen McNeal, Molette Endowed Professor of geosciences in the College of Sciences and Mathematics, and Tuskegee University mechanical engineering professor John Solomon, aims to grow a much-needed workforce for renewable energy industries.

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Mechanical Engineering professor earns NSF CAREER Award for low-temperature plasma research

Jeremy Henderson | 02/23/23

Mitigating the environmental impact of meeting the world's rapidly increasing transportation energy demands is a problem. The National Science Foundation thinks Nick Tsolas may have a solution. The assistant professor of mechanical engineering recently received a $518,000 National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER Award to investigate low-temperature plasma-assisted combustion of oxygenated fuels as a potential alternative to achieving a cleaner and sustainable future for the transportation sector. 

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BSE research into controlled environment agriculture focus of $9.95M grant

02/22/23

Auburn engineers are embarking on a wide-ranging and ambitious mission to reimagine controlled environment agriculture as a more sustainable approach to food production.

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Engineering projects for Tiger Giving Day 2023

Bethany Deuel | 02/21/23

Tiger Giving Day, Auburn University’s annual online crowdfunding initiative, will take place, Feb. 22. Tiger Giving Day supports outstanding students, innovative programs and life-changing research. This year, the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering has three service- and research-based, student-led projects with a goal of raising $10,000 each.

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Annual Water Cycle event to benefit Engineers Without Borders' international projects

Cassie Montgomery | 02/20/23

Engineers Without Borders' annual Water Cycle event will directly benefit the chapter's next humanitarian project: providing water for drinking and irrigation in Guatemala and Bolivia.

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Graduate student in aerospace given AIAA's Zarem Award for Distiguished Achievement in Aeronautics

Joe McAdory | 02/13/23

Rudy Al Ahmar was presented with the Zarem Medallion at the AIAA SciTech '23 Forum on Jan. 24.

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Graduate student in aerospace engineering wins 2023 Breakwell Award

Joe McAdory | 02/10/23

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."

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#GINNing Podcast: Getting to know Miss Auburn

Jeremy Henderson | 02/10/23

Get to know chemical engineering junior and newly elected Miss Auburn Kate Preston on the latest episode of the award-winning #GINNing Podcast.

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Auburn University Transportation Research Institute shines at 2023 TRB Meeting

Jeremy Henderson | 02/09/23

Auburn University's leading and broad transportation research, education and technology transfer portfolio was once again front and center at the 102 annual Transportation Research Board (TRB) conference held Jan. 8-12 in Washington, D.C.

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Research team from CSSE, COSAM and agriculture win USDA Coleridge Challenge

Joe McAdory | 02/08/23

After winning the first and second rounds of the Coleridge Initiative Food for Thought Challenge, a team of Auburn faculty members and students from the colleges of engineering, agriculture, and sciences and mathematics, completed the sweep in December.

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Chemical engineering junior named Miss Auburn

Cassie Montgomery | 02/08/23

Chemical engineering junior Kate Preston was named the new Miss Auburn, in an announcement made from the Student Government Association (SGA) Elections Council.

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Engineering donors honored at recognition reception

02/07/23

Donors of the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering were honored at the annual Scholarship, Fellowship and Professorship Recognition Reception Friday in the Brown-Kopel Engineering Student Achievement Center. In 2022, 574 scholarships were awarded to 1,774 students with a total amount of $4.7 million for a record-breaking year.

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Aerospace engineering assistant professor elected AIAA Associate Fellow

Joe McAdory | 02/07/23

Imon Chakraborty's research with sizing and simulation for unconventional aircraft concepts recognized by world's largest aerospace technical society

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Nine Auburn Engineering students among Tiger Cage Business Idea semifinalists

Joe McAdory | 02/07/23

Sixteen teams will compete in the Feb. 24 Tiger Cage semifinals

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Aerospace engineering research team wins Solid Rockets best paper

Joe McAdory | 02/07/23

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"

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#GINNing Podcast: The Path of Khan

Jeremy Henderson | 02/03/23

Her name is Arabic for "happiness." And, boy, has Afrah Khan found herself at Auburn.

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Students apply virtual engineering lessons toward reality via racing simulator

Joe McAdory | 02/01/23

Twenty-two students form Auburn's first iRacing team, where engineering applications are used to create virtual race car setups

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Professor in CSSE earns two NSF grants to research software security weaknesses

Joe McAdory | 01/31/23

Akond Rahman is principal investigator on two National Science Foundation awarded projects.

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AUTRI wins national CUTC 2022 Technology Transfer Leadership Award

Jeremy Henderson | 01/30/23

The Auburn University Transportation Research Institute (AUTRI) was awarded the Council of University Transportation Center‘s (CUTC) 2022 Technology Transfer Leadership Award at the CUTC Annual Awards Banquet held Jan. 6 in Washington D.C. in conjunction with the 102nd Annual Transportation Research Board (TRB) Meeting. On hand to accept the award were associate civil and environmental engineering professor Jeffrey LaMondia and AUTRI Director Laurence Rilett.

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#GINNing Podcast: The radar on the radar

Jeremy Henderson | 01/26/23

Why is Allyson McKinney the bee's knees? Because her company's technology can find the bee's knees. From like 15 meters away. Traditional radar? Traditional radar can barely identify a full grown human being from that distance. So it's no wonder that the SoloPulse founder and CEO was named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list for manufacturing and industry. Talk about creatin' a buzz.

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Beckingham named director of Auburn’s Center for Polymers and Advanced Composites

Cassie Montgomery | 01/25/23

Bryan Beckingham, associate professor of chemical engineering, has been named director of the Center for Polymers and Advanced Composites at Auburn University

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Professors earn NASA EPSCoR grant to research impact of microgravity on self-folding polymer sheets

Joe McAdory | 01/25/23

Russell Mailen and Davide Guzzetti's research "Activiation of Self-Folding Origami in Microgravity Environment" earned a NASA EPSCoR grant

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Professors earn NASA EPSCoR grant to research impact of microgravity on self-folding polymer sheets

Joe McAdory | 01/25/23

Russell Mailen and Davide Guzzetti's research "Activiation of Self-Folding Origami in Microgravity Environment" earned a NASA EPSCoR grant

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Auburn Engineering moves up in U.S. News online graduate program rankings

Austin Phillips | 01/24/23

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.

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Senior in electrical engineering named Vandegrift Co-op student of the year

Joe McAdory | 01/23/23

Jared Jones was a co-op student at Johnson Outdoors Marine Electronics for three semester and interned at Dynetics last summer.

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Auburn Engineering hosts Future City regional finals for middle school competitors

Cassie Montgomery | 01/23/23

Auburn Engineering hosted middle school competitors from across Alabama and Tennessee in the Future City regional finals on Saturday, Jan. 21.

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Auburn ranked in top 100 of U.S. research universities for second consecutive year

01/20/23

For the second straight year, 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 most recent Higher Education Research and Development, or HERD, Survey.

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#GINNing Podcast: Come On, Haneen

Jeremy Henderson | 01/20/23

Haneen Ali is all about improving healthcare delivery processes with systems engineering. And football. Learn how the Jordanian dual appointment dynamo is using her pigskin passion to boost the research reputation of both the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering and Auburn's College of Liberal Arts on the latest episode of the best podcast in all of higher education.

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Biosystems Engineering researchers lead $2M project to produce hydrogen from blended feedstock

Jeremy Henderson | 01/20/23

Auburn University researchers are leading a $2 million Department of Energy grant that aims to produce hydrogen from blended feedstock, such as legacy waste coal, forest residues and municipal solid waste.

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Aerospace researchers awarded for visual analysis at international conference

Joe McAdory | 01/18/23

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.

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Aerospace professors play key role in designing, testing prototype aircraft

Joe McAdory | 01/17/23

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

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Recruiting trip to national laboratory leaves lasting impression on students

Joe McAdory | 01/13/23

Nine students, six from engineering and three from COSAM, toured the Los Alamos National Laboratory on a recruiting trip Dec. 11-14

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Tauritz appointed university's first director of national laboratory relationships

Joe McAdory | 01/12/23

Daniel Tauritz, associate professor of computer science and software engineering, and interim director/chief cyber artificial intelligence strategist of the Auburn Cyber Research Center since 2020, was appointed effective Jan. 1 to the newly-created position of director for national laboratory relationships.

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Second Engineer Together design competition launches Jan. 17

Cassie Montgomery | 01/11/23

The second annual Engineer Together design competition, hosted by the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering’s Inclusion and Diversity Committee, opens on Tuesday, Jan. 17.

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Popular Auburn Engineering study abroad program now open to alumni, others

Jeremy Henderson | 01/10/23

Engineering in the Arts, a popular Auburn University study abroad program intended to introduce engineering concepts through various art forms, is no longer just for students.

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Assistant professor in ECE elected co-chair at two laser application conferences

Joe McAdory | 01/09/23

Masoud Mahjouri-Samani will co-chair the International Society for Optics and Photonics' Nanoscale and Quantum Materials Conference in San Francisco later this month and the International Conference on Laser Ablation in Crete, Greece, in 2024

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22 scholars ranked among the world's top two percent of cited researchers

Joe McAdory | 01/05/23

Stanford University's study examined a database of more than 180,000 researchers worldwide