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  • Researchers Develop Predictive Tool to Track When, Where and Why Blue-Green Algae Occur in Florida

    Researchers at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering will soon be working with the state to find solutions. In a new study beginning in August 2022, scientists at the college will develop a quantitative method to predict where, when and why HABs like blue-green algae occur.

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  • Remote sensing research improves hurricane response

    Researchers with the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering’s Resilient Infrastructure and Disaster Response (RIDER) Center are investigating better ways to predict where road-clogging debris will be most severe after tropical cyclones.

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  • RIDER Researcher Dr. Dulebenets Uses AI to Improve Disaster Response in a New DoD Study

    For a new U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) study, researchers at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering hope to streamline disaster responses using artificial intelligence technology. The novel method can save lives and help with efficiency, using an AI-based solution algorithm.

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  • The garbage man: RIDER Professor develops methods to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from landfills

    As executive director of the RIDER Center and a professor of civil and environmental engineering at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, he researches how to cut down the amount of methane from landfills and other sources.

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  • FAMU-FSU engineers tackle climate resilience with research | Sustainable Tallahassee

    The jointly operated FAMU-FSU College of Engineering is home to the Center for Resilient Infrastructure and Disaster Response (RIDER), a research center focused on helping vulnerable people withstand and recover from increasingly extreme natural and manmade threats.

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  • FSU researchers earn NSF grant to transform libraries into ‘Rural Resiliency Hubs’

    Through a grant from the National Science Foundation, a multidisciplinary team of FSU researchers will collaborate with public librarians and community members in Calhoun County, Florida, to establish rural public libraries as Resiliency Hubs.

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  • Dr. Maxim Dulebenets Leads the way on Autonomous Trains

    “We think that trains are going to reach full autonomy faster than vehicles,” says Maxim A. Dulebenets (WSJ, 2021)

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  • Combining engineering and social work to increase disaster resiliency in diverse populations

    Multidisciplinary researchers get National Science Foundation grant for concurring pandemic and hurricane shelter study

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