(850) 410-6149 | Email Chemical & Biomedical Engineering
The Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, one of five departments in the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, is composed of an active, faculty emphasizing a balance of teaching and research in forefront areas of modern chemical and biomedical engineering. Our department has already made an impact on the field in many aspects of education and research.
(850) 410-6139 | Email Civil & Environmental Engineering
Civil engineers play a vital role in creating the man-made environment and in protecting the natural environment, bringing together science and art to create much of the tangible fabric of today's society. They plan, design, construct, maintain, and manage airports, bridges, tunnels, buildings, harbor facilities, dams, highways, waterways, pipelines, sanitation systems, and other aspects of the built environment.
(850) 410-6456 | Email Electrical & Computer Engineering
As an electrical and computer engineer, you will work with the most rapidly developing technology humankind has ever seen. For example, you will use nanoelectronics, computers and new photonic crystals to create biomedical instruments that save lives, and design new robotic systems that can search disaster sites or remotely explore other planets, and so forth. You will also make devices and systems that harvest the energy of the sun, wind and sea, and channel it into the main power grid.
Active areas of our ECE research program include energy storage materials and devices, renewable energy, advanced power systems, robotics, embedded systems, solid state and electromagnetic simulations, photonics, computer security, smart grids, resilient power networks, digital signal and image processing, wireless communications, and intelligent systems.
The Department has strong research ties with several research centers such as the Center for Advanced Power Systems (CAPS), the Aeropropulsion, Mechatronics, and Energy (AME) Center, Center for Intelligent, Systems, Control, and Robotics (CISCOR), High-Performance Materials Institute (HPMI), National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (NHMFL), and Applied Superconductivity Center (ASC).
(850) 410-6345 | Email Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering
Industrial Engineering is a broad discipline encompassing education and basic/applied research. It focuses on the design, improvement and installation of integrated systems of people, material, information, equipment and energy.
(850) 410-6335 | Email Mechanical Engineering
The Mechanical Engineering undergraduate curriculum is designed to provide students with a broad knowledge in basic engineering science and design, and to build a solid foundation for professional careers in engineering.