TEES researchers have access to some of the nation's most technologically advanced research facilities. Our world-class resources and facilities, include:
The RELLIS Campus, the redeveloped Riverside Campus, will be the ideal location for companies to design, develop and test new technologies.
The research, testing and training facility will house researchers who are developing advanced and sustainable materials and structural systems that will reduce cost and extend infrastructure life, safety, resiliency and durability.
This integrative research facility for engineering focuses on three areas: nanofabrication, materials characterization and energy research. The facility includes nanofabrication laboratories, the Corrosion Science and Materials Reliability Laboratory, and research space for faculty, staff and students working for the Texas A&M Energy Institute.
Work includes testing coastal dredging, hydraulic and offshore processes. This 25,000 square-foot lab includes a 3-D shallow-water basin, wave simulator and 2-D tow-dredge tank.
This facility has a deepwater model basin, the only one of its kind in the United States. The Offshore Technology Research Center conducts research in support of economical resource development in deep offshore waters.
This 35,000 square-foot lab conducts basic and applied research in reliability and performance of turbomachinery, rotating machinery that extracts or adds energy to fluids.
The 10 foot-wide, 7 foot-high tunnel generates winds to test aircraft, space and ground vehicles, buildings and offshore structures.
This research and educational facility is one of the best equipped in the country. It houses a 1-megawatt TRIGA (Testing, Research, Isotopes, General Atmonics) reactor, an open "swimming pool" type reactor.
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