Selected Centers and Affiliations
To bring together industry and university researchers in collaboration to generate, facilitate and exchange fundamental and applied knowledge on topics of high relevance to the polymer and composites industries
Faculty from diverse backgrounds, departments, and colleges are working together as part of the CO2 Utilization and Storage Initiative at Auburn University. We aim to establish interdisciplinary teams that enhance understanding of ways CO2 can be utilized or stored to reduce atmospheric CO2 emissions.
The Rapid Advancement in Process Intensification Deployment (RAPID) Institute is focused on enabling the development of breakthrough technologies to boost energy productivity and energy efficiency through manufacturing processes in industries such oil and gas, pulp and paper and various domestic chemical manufacturers.
The Institute for Energy Technology (IFE) in Norway conducts research in the following area of energy, environmental technology, physics, materials science, petroleum technology, and nuclear safety and reliability.
Modern computing hardware comes equipped with multicore CPUs and GPUs that can process numerous instruction sets simultaneously. Parallel computing takes advantage of this now-standard computer architecture to execute multiple operations at the same time, offering the potential for applications that run faster, are more energy efficient, and can be scaled to tackle problems that demand large computational capabilities.