FAU Dania Beach Research Center
in the College of Engineering and Computer Science specializes in underwater acoustics, sonar technology, structural acoustics and vibration, aero-acoustics and hydro-acoustics. Research support is provided by the National Science Foundation, the Office of Naval Research, The Naval Surface Warfare Center, The Naval Underwater Systems Center, the Naval Research Laboratory and NASA.
in the College of Engineering and Computer Science conducts research in ocean modeling, ï¬‚ow measurement and computational ï¬‚uid dynamics involving near shore processes, nonlinear wave mechanics, turbulent ï¬‚ow, and coherent vortex dynamics. Funding is supported by federal and state agencies and the National Science Foundation and the Office of Naval Research.
Focused on marine corrosion education and research, the in the College of Engineering and Computer Science is working in the areas of corrosion, materials science and energy storage. Located within FAUâ€™s Department of Ocean Engineering, the centerâ€™s facilities include an on-campus materials laboratory and an ocean-side marine corrosion laboratory, where ï¬‚owing natural seawater is available.
is part of FAUâ€™s Department of Ocean and Mechanical Engineering in the College of Engineering and Computer Science. It includes world-class faculty members, engineers and technicians, and graduate à£à£Ö±²¥Ðã engaged in federal and industry sponsored ocean engineering research and technology development in the areas of acoustics, marine vehicles, hydrodynamics and physical oceanography, marine materials and nano-composites.
SeaTech enjoys a long-term partnership with the and its which extends offshore south of Port Everglades over a 18 nautical miles cross-self by 4 nautical miles along shelf region, encompassing water depth of up to over 700 nautical miles. The partnership provides extensive combined in-water test and evaluation capabilities for AUVs and other underwater systems.