BSCI faculty member’s research serves as a starting point for a College of Engineering’s Computer Science and Software Engineering senior thesis.
A breakthrough in stretchable electronics is allowing a robotic hand to sense the difference between hot and cold.
What advantages could nano-sized devices with increased lifting power provide to various construction applications?
New Faro Laser Scanner opening new doors for research and classroom applications.
Turner Labs hosts Auburn BSCI Faculty for exercises in VDC and CNC-based prefab and formwork.
Auburn University BSCI well represented at the 53rd Annual Conference of the Associated Schools of Construction.
Auburn BSCI Faculty visits with Pneubotics to discuss the potential of robot use in the construction industry.