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Advanced Solutions

Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) researchers have access to some of the nation's most technologically advanced research facilities. They help us solve needs in defense, energy, health care, infrastructure and manufacturing.

TEES Facilities

Aerospace Laboratory for Lasers, ElectroMagnetics and Optics

Aerospace Laboratory for Lasers, ElectroMagnetics and Optics (ALLEMO) research focuses on the development of new methods for the use of lasers and electromagnetic concepts for applications relevant to aerospace.

The AggieFab Nanofabrication Facility features state-of-the-art equipment for full ranges of micro and nano-scale fabrication on diverse materials.

The Center for Autonomous Vehicles and Sensor Systems (CANVASS) research includes autonomous ground vehicles, aerial vehicles and autonomous vehicles for agriculture. It also focuses on associated algorithms and techniques.

The Center for Infrastructure Renewal (CIR) researchers develop advanced and sustainable materials and structural systems that will reduce costs and extend infrastructure life, safety, resiliency and durability.

The Energy Systems Laboratory (ESL) works to create innovative energy technologies and systems. It also commercializes affordable results for industry.

The U.S. Army Futures Command will use the George H. W. Bush Combat Development Complex (BCDC) to test innovative ideas for modernizing the Army.

The Land Air and Space Robotics Laboratory (LASR) lab conducts research in robotic sensing and control with an aim to enhance the fields of proximity operations, human-robot interaction, stereo vision, swarm robotics and autonomous aerial vehicles.

The Materials Characterization Facility (MCF) is managed by TEES and the Texas A&M University Division of Research. It has high-end instrumentation needed for the characterization of structure and properties of various materials, surfaces and interfaces.

Microscopy and Imaging Center (MIC), managed by TEES and the Texas A&M University Division of Research, aims to provide current and emerging technologies for teaching and research involving microscopy and imaging in life and physical sciences.

The National Aerothermochemistry and Hypersonics Laboratory (NAL) provides a venue for faculty, students, research associates and visiting scientists to improve our knowledge and control of non-equilibrium gaseous flows and their surface interactions.

The National Center for Therapeutics Manufacturing (NCTM) is an interdisciplinary workforce education and research center serving the global vaccine and biopharmaceutical manufacturing industries.

The National Corrosion and Materials Reliability Laboratory (NCMRL) preserves and extends the integrity of structures -- such as buildings, bridges, pipelines, roads, ports and offshore platforms -- that can be occupied and used during the design of civil infrastructures.

The Nuclear Engineering and Science Center, a research and educational facility, is one of the best equipped in the country. It houses a 1-megawatt TRIGA (testing, research, isotopes, general atomics) reactor, an open "swimming pool" type reactor.

The Offshore Technology Research Center (OTRC) conducts research in support of economical resource development in deep offshore waters. It has a deepwater model basin, the only one of its kind in the United States.

The new Soft Matter Facility (SoMF) is a user facility focused on characterization of multifunctional soft materials.

The 35,000-square-foot Turbomachinery Laboratory conducts basic and applied research in the reliability and performance of turbomachinery, rotating machinery that extracts or adds energy to fluids.