Departments

The College of Engineering's seven academic departments offer students an outstanding faculty, accredited engineering and computer science programs, and some of the most advanced facilities in the nation.

Numerous research projects offer students opportunities to work with faculty in solving current societal problems and in developing technological resources for the future.

In The News: Thermodynamic Characterization Of Engine Exhaust Flows For Recovering Waste Exhaust Energy (Exergy)

The heavy-duty engine industry in the United States faces a difficult challenge in demonstrating engine technologies to achieve 55% brake thermal efficiency (BTE) for future heavy-duty diesel engines under the aegis of the US Department of Energy’songoing SuperTruck II program (US DOE, 2017) … This work was conducted by Hamidreza Mahabadipour… Read more

Sources: Science Trends

In The News: 2018 Scholarship America® Dream Award Recipients Named

Twelve extraordinary students have been selected as recipients of Scholarship America’s 2018 Dream Award, given to students who have completed or expect to successfully complete at least one full year of postsecondary education by June, 2018 … The 12 recipients are: Jaquaious Little, a computer science major at the University of Alabama. Hometown: Artesia… Read more

Sources: WTOC 11 (Savannah, Georgia), ABC 7 (Tyler, Texas), Tucson News Now (Arizona), ABC 7 (Fort Myers, Florida), WBOC 11 (Salisbury, Maryland)

UA hosts event to honor high school women in IT

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. –The University of Alabama and the National Center for Women and Information Technology will recognize high school women from across Alabama who have achieved success within the IT field at an annual banquet. The UA College of Engineering computer science department will host the NCWIT Aspirations banquet Saturday… Read more

In The News: UofA professor discusses brain-robot interaction with Talladega College students (photos)

University of Alabama assistant professor of computer science Dr. Chris Crawford spoke to Talladega College Science students Monday during a special presentation titled “Brain-Robot Interaction and Applying Block-Based Programming to Neurofeedback Application Development.” Read more

Sources: Anniston Star

In The News: UA College of Engineering uses drones to analyze damage at JSU

Drones have become a popular item and now the University of Alabama’s engineering department has found a new way to put them to use. The UA’s Remote Sensing Center used its drones to help Jacksonville state university assess damage to campus buildings after they were hit by a tornado last week… Read more

Sources: WVUA (Tuscaloosa) 3/27, WVUA (Tuscaloosa) 3/29