From working to secure the power grid to helping ensure a sustainable energy future, Baylor professors are conducting cutting-edge research to make a positive impact on our world.
Working in the Cyber-Physical Systems Research Lab at the BRIC, Dr. Liang Dong and his research team are helping to secure big data generated by the power grid.
Dr. Annette von Jouanne engages Baylor postdoctoral, graduate and undergraduate students, who work in the BRIC on a wide range of multi-scale Energy Systems research.
Securing Cyberspace in the Midst of Challenges
Students use engineering skills in a real-world setting.
Brittany Robertson, a senior engineering major, originally from Cheyenne, Wyoming, said she fell in love with international travel in high school. Her adventurous spirit took her on a gap year to Argentina and, subsequently, to Spain for a semester to study abroad as a junior at Baylor.
Jay D. Battershell, BA '83, MBA '96, President and CEO of McLane Intelligent Solutions, Temple, TX. Battershell serves on Baylor’s Engineering and Computer Science Board of Advocates.
Answering the call to live out his faith and mission at a Christian university, Dr. Ro is growing the Mechanical Engineering graduate program and inspiring research in the field.
This is an exciting and transitional time for Baylor University. With the implementation of Illuminate, Baylor’s academic strategic plan, the School of Engineering and Computer Science (ECS) is set to grow and expects to be a key player in three of Illuminate’s five academic initiatives — Data Sciences, Materials Science, and Health.
Gift Creates Endowed Chair in Data Sciences
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