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The Aerospace Vehicle Systems Institute (AVSI) has executed a memorandum of understanding with the Aerospace Valley Association in Toulouse, France that will greatly enhance its presence within the European aerospace community. AVSI is a Texas A&M Engineering Experimentation Station (TEES) center organized under the Aerospace Engineering Division and an important partner of the Department of Aerospace Engineering at Texas A&M University. Read the story
Dr. Jeffrey E. Froyd, TEES research professor, presented a webinar, “Developing a 5-7 Year Career Plan,” Nov. 15 as part of the IEEE Global Early Career Faculty Development Virtual Mini-Conference series. Approximately 340 faculty members and future faculty members from around the world were logged into the virtual mini-conference when it was offered.
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The Dwight Look College of Engineering at Texas A&M University and the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) have partnered with a group of industry leaders to develop a world-class rock physics lab to assist the oil and gas industry. Named the W. D. Von Gonten Laboratory (WDVGLab), the new facility will be equipped with more than $15 million of equipment that will be able to evaluate properties of oil- and gas-containing shales and other unconventional reservoir rock.
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