- BioMedical (Donald Burg)
- Center for Applied Radiation Research
- Center for Energy and Environmental Sustainability (CEES)
- Center of Excellence for Communication Systems Technology Research (CECSTR)
- Center of Excellence in Battlefield Communications
- Cooperative Agriculture Research Center
- F.A.S.T. Center
- Panther Pipeline Program
- Texas Gulf Coast Environmental Data (TEXGED) Center
- Thermal Science Research Center
The Center for Digital Battlefield Communications (CEBCOM) works to achieve national excellence in telecommunication, research, and technology. It transfers and focuses education by collaborating with US DOD, Texas state and industry. On education, it helps evolve graduate programs to achieve national preeminence; encourages high standing students to work in the center, and enables the department to recruit well qualified faculty and provide opportunities for pursuing research in the center. It will also further its research and development focus and to achieve self-sustenance.
The Center for Energy and Environmental Sustainability (CEES)
Center for Energy & Environmental Sustainability (CEES) at Prairie View A&M University (PVAMU) supports rigorous and expanding program of research and teaching in the areas of renewable energy and environmental sustainability. The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded PVAMU a five-year grant to establish the CEES under the Center for Research Excellence in Science and Technology (CREST) program. CEES promotes research in the areas of biofuels, energy & environment and wind energy and will focus on innovative technical solutions in the energy arena. More Information on the center at www.pvamu.edu/cees
The Center of Excellence for Communication Systems Technology Research (CECSTR) conducts comprehensive research in the selected aspects of communication systems, Wavelets and Wavelet Transforms, Compressed Sensing/Compressive Sampling Systems, DSP Solutions, Signal/Image/Video Processing, Mixed Signal Systems, Communication Control Systems and High Speed (Broadband) Communication Systems. Among other emerging areas of research, it also seeks solutions to the problems that plague both military and commercial satellite and radar-based communication systems. The CECSTR is the only academic center of its kind in Texas, filling a gap in educating the state’s future leaders in emerging high-technology areas. It supports specially undergraduate and graduate students of electrical and engineering technology Departments. CECSTR is funded by various industries and government agencies. TAMU System Recognized
The Center for Radiation Engineering and Science for Space Exploration (CRESSE) focuses primarily on supporting the International Space Station and future Mars missions. Its research is concentrated on science and technology related to radiation protection and the effects of space radiation on electronics and biosystems. CARR’s goal is to significantly contribute to NASA’s vast technology base, providing enabling technologies—such as new materials, electronics, shielding and radio-protectorates for humans—that will make major NASA missions even more successful, safer and less costly. CARR is funded by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).
The Future Aerospace, Science and Technology (FAST) Center on Lightweight Structural Materials and Processing conducts research in line with the needs of the Air Force, industry and the government. Researchers thus use the center to process and characterize composites for both military and civilian uses. The FAST center strives to place Prairie View as a national leader in the development of lightweight, high-temperature polymer matrix composites. The FAST Center is funded by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research.
The Texas Gulf Coast Environmental Data (TEXGED) Center is a key player in supplying researchers and decision-makers with the information they need to plan and assess environmental problems along the U.S. Gulf Coast’s southern region. The TEXGED Center collects data from space through TRW Space and Technology and transfers it to a database system. This information serves as a tool for predicting environmental changes in the region and for producing methodology for risk assessment of the ecosystems.
The Thermal Science Research Center (TSRC) allows researchers to conduct both basic and applied research, development and design in the broad engineering area of thermal science. Much of the work in the TSRC includes both experimentation and engineering modeling and simulation. Project collaboration links center researchers with their counterparts in such places as the European Community, Japan and the former Soviet Union. The TSRC is funded by the U.S. Department of Energy, NASA, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Sandia National Laboratories and the Center for Space Power. TAMU System Recognized
The Texas Juvenile Crime Prevention Center is committed to the reduction of juvenile delinquency and crime in the State of Texas. Through the creation of the Center and the College, Prairie View A&M University supports this mission as it strives to attain national recognition in the areas of education, research, and service in doing the following:
The Texas Institute for the Preservation of History & Culture (TIPHC) was created in 1999 by 76th Texas Legislature under House Bill 889. In tandem with house bill 889, the primary mission of TIPHC is to collect, preserve, study, publish and make available research, records, documents, artifacts, and other items relating to Texas history and culture and to the history and culture of the United States. The Institute sponsors and produces programs that stimulate lifelong learning and promote historical and cultural literacy among the citizens of Texas, the United States and beyond.
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