Category: Faculty Highlights

Faculty Highlights: Spring 2021

Lauren Beckingham, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, was named the inaugural recipient of the Emerging Investigator Award from Applied Geochemistry, the Journal of the International Association of Geochemistry. She and Karen McNeal, the Molette Endowed Professor of geosciences, also received a $139,375 National Science Foundation grant for research with Tuskegee University titled “Developing…



Faculty Highlights: Fall 2020

Bryan Beckingham, assistant professor of chemical engineering, and Lauren Beckingham, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, received a $331,833 grant from the National Science Foundation for a project titled “3D Printing of Reactive Porous Media to Enhance Understanding of Porosity-Permeability Evolution.” David Bevly, the Bill and Lana McNair Professor of mechanical engineering, received $443,000…



From The Faculty: Simulating Urban Air Mobility

Several barriers must first be overcome before widespread adoption of Urban Air Mobility is a possibility.



Faculty Highlights: Spring 2020

Vinamra Agrawal, assistant professor of aerospace engineering, received a $408,000 National Science Foundation award to investigate the multiscaled response of materials when subjected to shock loading. David Bevly, the Bill and Lana McNair Professor of mechanical engineering, received $444,000 in total awards for GPS and alternative positioning, navigation and timing research since November.  Benjamin Bowers,…



Faculty Highlights: Fall 2019

Mark Adams, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, was awarded $3 million in funding from T2S Solutions for his research toward the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command. J. Brian Anderson associate professor of geotechnical engineering, was awarded a $222,802 grant from the Alabama Department of Transportation for his research on load rating…



From the Faculty: Evolution of Asteroids

“We believe that our work will develop new approaches that will enable further advanced spaceflight exploration missions to asteroids.”



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Faculty Highlights: Spring 2019

Faculty Highlights: Spring 2019



David Roueche flying a drone.

From the Faculty: Structural Integrity

Following the violent impact of the EF4 tornado that struck Beauregard, Alabama, on March 3, 2019, we are all too familiar with the devastation these storms can cause.



From the Faculty: Modern Monitoring

The goal of process monitoring is to detect the onset and identify the root cause of any change that causes a manufacturing environment to deviate from its desired operation. Process monitoring is an important component and key enabler for the long-term reliable operation of any manufacturing processes. In the era of smart manufacturing, the importance…



Faculty Highlights: Fall 2018

Lauren Beckingham, assistant professor of civil engineering, was awarded a $110,000 grant from the American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund to research fracture permeability evolution during enhanced oil recovery.       David Bevly, the Bill and Lana McNair Professor of mechanical engineering, and Scott Martin, assistant research professor of mechanical engineering, were awarded $735,000…