FAMU-FSU Researchers Forge a Thermal Path for Nanomaterials Used for Everything From Deep Space to Drug Delivery

A team of FAMU-FSU College of Engineering researchers at the High-Performance Materials Institute (HPMI) have completed a novel study on the extreme temperature thermal stability of purified boron nitride nanotubes, also known as BNNTs. The discovery has applications in everything from deep space travel to medicine delivery systems, including electronics.

Noontime Research Nuggets

Dean De is hosting a new luncheon research presentation series called Noontime Research Nuggets. This is open to students, faculty and staff and involves a light lunch (or bring your own) and a brief (5 slide/5 minute) presentation to the group by a researcher with current projects to share.

Schedule:

12:00 pm - Event start & lunch served (light lunch or bring your own)

12:45 pm - Welcome by De

12:50 pm - 5 Min/5 Slide Research presentation

1:00 pm - Q&A

1:30 pm - Adjourn

Noontime Research Nuggets

Dean De is hosting a new luncheon research presentation series called Noontime Research Nuggets. This is open to students, faculty and staff and involves a light lunch (or bring your own) and a brief (5 slide/5 minute) presentation to the group by a researcher with current projects to share.

Schedule:

12:00 pm - Event start & lunch served (light lunch or bring your own)

12:45 pm - Welcome by De

12:50 pm - 5 Min/5 Slide Research presentation

1:00 pm - Q&A

1:30 pm - Adjourn

Noontime Research Nuggets

Dean De is hosting a new luncheon research presentation series called Noontime Research Nuggets. This is open to students, faculty and staff and involves a light lunch (or bring your own) and a brief (5 slide/5 minute) presentation to the group by a researcher with current projects to share.

Schedule:

12:00 pm - Event start & lunch served (light lunch or bring your own)

12:45 pm - Welcome by De

12:50 pm - 5 Min/5 Slide Research presentation

1:00 pm - Q&A

1:30 pm - Adjourn

College Strategic Planning 2023

We are embarking on a process to set our ambitions and purpose for the next five years, and we want you to be a part of this project. 

There are many ways for you to participate and share your thoughts, time and talent in this endeavor. 

  • Serve on a strategic priority sub-committee.
  • Share your thoughts and ideas with the sub-committees by emailing the strategic planning team.
  • Share this information with other College of Engineering stakeholders. 

 

FSU Supports Engineering and Other Faculty Moving Research to the Marketplace

Research to improve 3D printing algorithms, develop better materials for measuring radiation and test the effectiveness of steroid treatments all received funding from a Florida State University program that supports faculty interested in transforming their academic work into commercial ventures.

FSU’s Office of the Vice President for Research awarded faculty members more than $132,000 through the Fall 2022 GAP Commercialization Investment Program.