Research Highlights

 

Four COSC faculty members received T3 grants

March 2018 - Four COSC faculty members have received T3 (Texas A&M Triads for Transformation) research grants. The T3 program is designed to accelerate opportunities for interdisciplinary research and scholarship that impact the state, nation, and the world. Selected T3 projects with COSC faculty involvement are:

During this inaugural year of the T3 program, 100 innovative interdisciplinary projects were randomly selected for funding. There will be approximately $3 million invested annually in T3 projects.

 

Workshop on wearable and mobile computing

March 2018 - The Workshop on "Wearable and Mobile Computing for Construction and the Built Environment" was successfully held on March 4 during the 2018 IEEE Body Sensor Networks (BSN) Conference in Las Vegas. Four faculty members from Texas A&M Construction Science Department (Professors Behzadan, Ahn, Du, and Ham) organized and hosted speakers from several universities including the University of Michigan, Northeastern University, and the City University of Hong Kong in this year's workshop.

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Visit by the Senior Director of Autodesk Technology Centers

March 2018 - The Departments of Construction Science and Architecture hosted Rick Rundell, Senior Director of Technology Centers at Autodesk. Autodesk Technology Centers (ATCs) consist of facilities in San Francisco, Boston, Toronto, and the UK where Autodesk collaborates with industry, academic, and entrepreneurial communities to speculate, validate and test ideas about the future of making. A multidisciplinary team from Texas A&M University led by Professors Behzadan and Kalantar will travel to Boston later this year for a research residence project in Autodesk's BUILD Space.

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Three COSC professors selected as 2017 ASCE Outstanding Reviewers

March 2018 - The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) has selected Dr. Ryan Ahn and Dr. Eric Du as Outstanding Reviewers for the Journal of Construction Engineering and Management. In addition, Dr. Youngjib Ham was selected as an Outstanding Reviewer for the Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering.

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