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Dr. David Bayless is new chair of mechanical and aerospace engineering

The S&T Class of ’87 alumnus is an expert in the connections among energy, water and waste

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Engineering for extremes

Mastering extreme environments with unique materials and innovative approaches for modeling and design in diverse fields such as hypersonics, ballistic impact, and high radiation environments

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Infrastructure

Understanding our infrastructure needs and developing new approaches to rehabilitate and manage infrastructure for the future

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Manufacturing and Economic Development

Building industries and creating jobs through innovative materials, processes, and manufacturing systems while building collaboration with a wide variety of industrial partners

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Smart Systems

Merging advanced computation and big data with transportation systems, architecture, and energy infrastructure for a safe and secure lifestyle of the future

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Sustainable Energy, Minerals, and Resources

Innovating techniques to extract and utilize energy, critical minerals, and earth’s resources in a sustainable manner

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