Research

Research Highlights:

• Over $11.8 million in research funding (FY11)

• Interdisciplinary centers including:

  • NSF-ERC for Revolutionizing Metallic Biomaterials
  • NSF-I/UCRC on Advanced Space Technologies Research
  • Center for Energy Research and Training

The College of Engineering is a major contributor to these achievements:
• Patents in Advanced Materials, Nanotechnology, Biotechnology, Computational Science, Environmental Sciences, Transportation Systems, and Public Health
• Third in the UNC system (16 schools) in annual research dollars
• Created the new Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering (JSNN), based on 12+ years of research by COE faculty  
• Three recent NSF CAREER award recipients among college faculty  

Majors areas of research by academic department:  

Chemical, Biological, and Bio Engineering
• Bio-Fuels
• Bio-Materials
• Biodegradable Polymers
• Catalysis
• Separation Processes 

Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering 
• Energy Conservation
• Transportation and Construction Materials
• Water Quality• Water Resources

Computational Science and Engineering
• Modeling & Simulation
• Physics-Based Models
• Sensors 

Computer Science
• Biometrics
• Cyber-Security
• Intelligent Agents
• Information Assurance 

Industrial & Systems Engineering
• Nanomanufacturing
• Ceramic Machining
• Supply Chain and Logistics
• Cognitive Human Factors 

Electrical and Computer Engineering
• Robotics & Controls
• Electronic Materials
• Communications & Signal Processing 

Mechanical Engineering
• Mechanical Systems
• Modeling and  Control
• Computational Fluid Dynamics
• Structural Health Monitoring

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A&T RANKED TOP HBCU IN NORTH CAROLINA

N.C. A&T State University is the top HBCU (historically black college or university) in the state of North Carolina for the third consecutive year.

COMPANIES COME BACK TO A&T FOR WORKFORCE TALENT

Each year hundreds of local, national and global companies attend the annual Career Awareness Program and Career Fair at N.C. A&T.

GRAD STUDENT INVITED TO WHITE HOUSE MAKER FAIRE

Brianna Benedict, a graduate student in the department of industrial and systems engineering has been invited to participate in the White House Maker Faire.

    

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