Research is a critical component of our mission as the flagship university in this state, and the College of Engineering is working to increase research support for our faculty and to invest in new facilities and equipment.
A fifth of neighborhood blocks in the continental United States most vulnerable to natural disaster account for a quarter of the lower 48 states’ risk, according to a detailed assessment of vulnerability.
A group of researchers from The University of Alabama College of Engineering recently completed a critical field deployment to Gothic, Colorado, to conduct leading-edge research on snowpack density in conjunction with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
The University of Alabama College of Engineering hosted 24 university teams from across the nation for the Robotic Mining Challenge May 22-26.
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University of Alabama Program Uses Drones for Grand Mesa Snowpack Study
Khandelwal Named to Class of 2023 AIAA Associate Fellows