LSU develops new technologies and partners with industry and government to bring new ideas to market.
Through sustained collaboration with STRIKEWERX, the innovation hub of the U.S. Air Force Global Strike Command, LSU Shreveport’s Cyber Collaboratory has become a key provider of expertise and innovative solutions for nearby Barksdale Air Force Base and the nation’s air defense.
LSU computer science senior Sarah Buckley from Mandeville, Louisiana is training to be a cyber warrior.
By leveraging technology, LSU PBRC researchers are putting science in the hands of soldiers and their families—and everyone.
The LSU Applied Cybersecurity Lab links students with industry and highly profitable careers that have direct impact on national and state security.
Through partnerships between the university and Louisiana Economic Development, the City of Shreveport, local K-12 schools, the Air Force, and industry—including small businesses—students like Ricard are starting to see what it actually means to boost high-tech innovation in northwestern Louisiana.
Power Students Gain Industry Experience and Expertise in the LSU Classroom, Through Partnership With Entergy
Since 2019, LSU professors have collaborated with Entergy on shaping the university curriculum, including hands-on labs, to make sure electrical engineering graduates are competitive in the increasingly complex power engineering field.
Computer-related careers are projected to have the largest 10-year growth among all occupations in Louisiana.
LSU develops energy-efficient construction solutions to help lower housing costs.
LSU and Entergy have developed a sustained research relationship over the past decade as the electric utility giant continues to tackle new challenges related to the integration of renewable energy into the existing power grid.
Getting more oil out of the ground: smarter, cheaper, and in a more efficient and environmentally sound way.
The only one of its kind in North America, the LSU Petroleum Engineering Research & Technology Transfer (PERTT) lab is a 2.5-acre on-campus industrial-scale facility to simulate oil and gas drilling and production operations.
Tensas Parish farmer Mead Hardwick and his family work in close collaboration with LSU to optimize yields and fertilization management, while lessening their footprint on the environment.
Bee populations have been in sharp decline in recent years and honey now ranks third in global food fraud. LSU researchers are working to protect both pollinators and beekeepers.
Building a protective cyber dome over Port Fourchon and the Louisiana Offshore Oil Port, the nation’s only offshore deepwater port.
Students and staff at the LSU Stephenson Disaster Management Institute (SDMI) have developed a phone-based tracking system for critical commodities and people traveling across the state with support from the Louisiana National Guard.