For 20 years, industry professionals from across the globe have flocked to College Station, Texas, for the Process Engineering R&D Center’s (formerly the Food Protein Research and Development Center) short course, “Snack Food Processing.”
With more devices connected to the internet, homes have become smarter. It’s possible for a refrigerator to send shopping reminders, and to control the lights or thermostat while away from home. But as the things around us become smarter, there is a growing need to ensure that they also become safer.
Two Texas A&M University students in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Ryan Vrecenar and Zach Varnadore, completed all four tiers of the third annual National Security Agency 2015 Codebreaker challenge – an impressive feat very few have accomplished.
Dr. Costas Georghiades, associate dean for research and Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) associate agency director for strategic initiatives and centers, has been appointed Texas A&M University’s new senior associate vice president for research. His appointment is effective April 1.
The Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) Fellows program has provided the opportunity to annually recognize outstanding engineering faculty for more than 30 years. The most recent inductees are all from the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
The Texas Center for Applied Technology (TCAT) and the Institute for Infectious Animal Diseases (IIAD) recently released a custom system for the National Dairy Farmers Assuring Responsible Management (FARM) Program that builds on and further expands the AgConnect® technology.