Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Research, Labs and Facilities

The faculty members of Industrial Engineering program have actively involved into various research project funded by internal and external funds. These projects include:

  • Promoting Entrepreneurship-integrated STEM+ Learning Environment through Real-World Projects, Training Workshops, and Online Platform, funded by HP Leadership Fund.
  • Security Engineering: Development of Curriculum and Research for Homeland Security, funded by Department of Homeland Security.
  • Developing STEM-preneur through Engineering Innovation Projects, funded by HP Catalyst Initiative.
  • Preliminary Investigation and Analysis of Social-Economic Impacts of Eagle Ford Shale on South Texas Local Communities, funded by TAMUK College of Engineering.
  • Epigenetic Biomarker for Prediction of Pre-eclampsia, funded by TAMUK and TAMUHSC Collaborative Award.
  • Investigation and Analysis of the Overall Sustainability for Onshore and Offshore Wind Farms, funded by TAMUK College of Engineering.
  • Analysis of Large Wind Farm Layout Design to Improve its Life-cycle Energy Efficiency, funded by TAMUK University Research Award.
  • Advanced Digital Manufacturing and Training for TAMUK Graduate Students, funded by TAMUK Title V/PPOHA.
  • Building TAMUK Through 3d Printing, funded by TAMUK College of Engineering.
  • Acquisition of Equipment for Preliminary Sustainable Manufacturing Laboratory Setup, funded by TAMUK Title V/PPOHA.  
  • Air Pollutant Characterization and Exposure Assessment in Urban Areas with a Geographic Information System, funded by TAMUK College of Engineering
  • Engineering Judgment Models for General Design Optimization, funded by TAMUK College of Engineering.
  • A Pilot Study of Energy Factor Based Systematic Approach to Sustainable Product Design, funded by TAMUK University Research Award.


Sustainability and Simulation Laboratory (SSL)

The Sustainability and Simulation Laboratory (SSL) is in the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Department at Texas A&M University-Kingsville. SSL is dedicated to advanced research related to sustainability & simulation and STEM education.

More information about SSL