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Founded Year

1856

Stage

Grant | Alive

Total Raised

$660K

Last Raised

$660K | 2 yrs ago

About Auburn University

Auburn University is a comprehensive research institution that specializes in arts and applied sciences education across various sectors. The university offers a wide range of academic programs at the undergraduate, graduate, and professional levels, catering to a diverse student body. Auburn University is also actively involved in research, extension services, and community partnerships, contributing significantly to economic development and educational outreach in Alabama. It was founded in 1856.

Headquarters Location

304 Samford Hall Auburn University

Auburn, Alabama, 36849,

United States

334 844 4000

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Auburn University Patents

Auburn University has filed 126 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • biotechnology
  • molecular biology
  • sensors
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

11/22/2022

1/16/2024

Mixed reality, Virtual reality, Multimodal interaction, Augmented reality, Windows 10

Grant

Application Date

11/22/2022

Grant Date

1/16/2024

Title

Related Topics

Mixed reality, Virtual reality, Multimodal interaction, Augmented reality, Windows 10

Status

Grant

Latest Auburn University News

COSAM research scientist uses $400K NSF award to study the origins of elements in the universe

Feb 15, 2024

Steven Bromley, principal research scientist in Auburn University’s Department of Physics, is a co-Principal Investigator (Co-PI) on an award, Collaborative Research: Electron Impact Ionization and Recombination Properties of Heavy elements in Kilonovae, from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for $379,797. He is working with Stuart Loch, the PI of the award and alumni professor in the Department of Physics, Michael Fogle, a Co-PI and the Howard Earl and Carolyn Taylor Carr Professor, and Phillip Stancil, professor at the University of Georgia, Athens (UGA). Credit: Auburn University College of Sciences and Mathematics Steven Bromley, principal research scientist in Auburn University’s Department of Physics, is a co-Principal Investigator (Co-PI) on an award, Collaborative Research: Electron Impact Ionization and Recombination Properties of Heavy elements in Kilonovae, from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for $379,797. He is working with Stuart Loch, the PI of the award and alumni professor in the Department of Physics, Michael Fogle, a Co-PI and the Howard Earl and Carolyn Taylor Carr Professor, and Phillip Stancil, professor at the University of Georgia, Athens (UGA). “An important aspect of the post-doctoral training at Auburn is for the researcher to gain experience in the process of writing and submitting grant proposals. Steve excelled at this process and was invaluable in the background research and writing of this grant,” said Loch. “He was the recipient of the Dean’s Research Award for Postdoctoral Scientists and won the Laboratory Astrophysics Division Dissertation Award. His accolades show his outstanding contributions to the Department of Physics and that he not only studies stars but is a rising one!” Bromley worked as a postdoctoral scientist in the Department of Physics and then transitioned to a principal research scientist. “Since 2018, I have been working on research in the developing field of neutron star mergers,” said Bromley. “It includes a relatively unexplored region of atomic physics that is continuing to rapidly grow.” When two neutron stars merge, the violent process releases massive amounts of neutrons, which combine to produce very heavy elements. On the Periodic Table of Elements, more than 50 of the 92 elements are expected to have some origin from merging neutron stars, however, the scientific data is lacking about this process. This NSF Award funds the research to study the ionization and recombination of three elements, specifically these heavy elements: Strontium

Auburn University Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Auburn University founded?

    Auburn University was founded in 1856.

  • Where is Auburn University's headquarters?

    Auburn University's headquarters is located at 304 Samford Hall, Auburn.

  • What is Auburn University's latest funding round?

    Auburn University's latest funding round is Grant.

  • How much did Auburn University raise?

    Auburn University raised a total of $660K.

  • Who are the investors of Auburn University?

    Investors of Auburn University include U.S. Economic Development Administration.

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