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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Hornsby Named N.C. Professor of the Year

Dr. Karen Hornsby has been named the 2014 North Carolina Professor of the Year by the Carnegie Foundation.

AARP Leader to be December Commencement Speaker

Jo Ann Jenkins, chief executive officer of AARP, will be the speaker for December commencement at North Carolina A&T State University.

Center for Veteran Students Opens

The transition “from boots to books” is getting a little easier for military veterans at N.C. A&T.

    

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