The Texas A&M University System is building an innovation complex like no other in the United States. It will be a prime high-tech prototyping center for the U.S. Army, and a hub for collaborative research, testing, evaluation and development of new hardware, components and systems.
Letter from the Vice Chancellor of Engineering and National Laboratories
Dr. M. Katherine Banks shares her thoughts on the innovation and research being conducted at the George H.W. Bush Combat Development Complex and how The Texas A&M University System is uniquely positioned to be a leader in providing technologies for the country’s national defense needs.
From the desk of M. Katherine Banks
I am pleased to present this edition of Texas A&M Engineer, which provides a snapshot of the outstanding research conducted by our faculty and students, and highlights the significant investments Texas A&M Engineering has made in research and educational facilities.
New preeminent scholars bring revolutionary research to Texas A&M
Preeminent Scholars Dr. M. Cynthia Hipwell and Dr. James Hubbard Jr. are bringing cutting-edge research to Texas A&M University’s College of Engineering.
A look at Texas A&M College of Engineering’s research activities and facilities.
The Zachry Engineering Education Complex and E-Quad
Built for today’s student to enhance their overall learning experience through active, hands-on learning and interdisciplinary collaboration.