Research at the College of Engineering and Mines (CEM) spans engineering disciplines and beyond.  Included within the college are engineers and natural scientists all of who contribute significantly to the ability to address societal issues and help diversify Alaska's economy. CEM research is conducted through the Institute of Northern Engineering (INE).

Other CEM Research Opportunities

Electrical & Computer Engineering Design Labs & Affiliates

Space Systems Engineering Program

Student training and research in space systems. Specifically, design, fabrication, and testing of small satellites, remote science instrumentation, and satellite communication.

Aerospace Systems Engineering

Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) investigation, design, and operations in the arctic.

Power Systems Integration

Renewable energy integration modelling, testing, and analysis with microgrids typical of those found in Alaska rural villages.

Wireless SensE Lab

Energy and performance evaluation of wireless sensor networks. Design and implementation of embedded systems and biomedical devices.

Waves Lab

Analyze and interpret satellite data and perform computer simulations to understand aurora and related space phenomena.