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Robot coworkers: How AI impacts the future of work

With a $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation, Siddharth Srivastava and his research team are using artificial intelligence (AI) to reprogram autonomous robots to tutor workers and potentially avoid job loss.

Robot coworkers

How will artificial intelligence (AI) impact the future of work? Siddharth Srivastava is working to program autonomous robots to tutor workers and potentially avoid job loss.

Innovation and excellence

photo collage of the 30 new faculty's headshots

Fulton Schools welcome new faculty

Thirty new researchers, instructors and inventors have joined ASU Engineering’s world-class faculty.

The 15 2019 ASU Alka Rocketeers stand in a group for a photo

ASU spawns Arizona’s ‘Wing King’

Luke Air Force Base commander’s flight path started as a Sun Devil engineer

The 15 2019 ASU Alka Rocketeers stand in a group for a photo

Vote for Sun Devil Alka Rocketeers

Help the Fulton Schools Alka-rocket team, who placed 11th last year, get to the finals by voting on Facebook by Nov. 15!

Stylized wordmark for the Institute for Chiral-Quantum Materials Interfaces

ASU team accepts the NSF Quantum Leap challenge

Qing Hua Wang is co-leading the NSF Quantum Leap Challenge Institute grant to study electron spin as a medium for information storage and sensing.

Michael Sheppard

Engineering perceived deficits into assets

ASU researcher Michael Sheppard helps Fulton Schools student veterans get past service-connected disabilities by focusing on their attributes

David Moran, a Navy veteran who is now a Fulton Schools student

Honoring STAR engineers and supporters

Three of the STAR Award winners with ties to the Fulton Schools were honored during the 2019 Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers National Convention.

A group of about 20 researchers stand in the middle of the immense ASU Drone Studio, surrounded by tons of open space.

Convergence

The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering magazine

Events

Aerial view of an ASU gymnasium during the FURI symposium and MORE graduate research event, showing hundreds of students by their posters talking about their research.

FURI Symposium Nov. 15

At this semi-annual poster presentation, Fulton Schools present their research. Open to the pubic. Join us!

More FURI Symposium details

Fulton Schools students stand on a homecoming float, yelling with excitement

Fulton Schools Homecoming Block Party Nov. 23

Join the Fulton Schools at Homecoming on Saturday, Nov. 23 for our Block Party! Register to be an exhibitor or volunteer at the party. Or, register to attend and have a blast with your fellow Sun Devils!

Free professional portrait

Fulton Schools students, faculty and staff: Get a free professional portrait in November. Last sessions this semester will be November 13 and 25.

$115M

in research
expenditures
FY2019

192

patents in
the last
3 years

graphic of robotic arm

29

NSF CAREER
awards in
the last 4 years

21

startups in
the last
3 years

graphic of an arm holding up a chemical flask

$115M

in research
expenditures
FY2019

 

graphic of robotic arm192

patents in
the last
3 years

 

29

NSF CAREER
awards in
the last 4 years

 

graphic of an arm holding up a chemical flask21

startups in
the last
3 years

 

Get involved outside the classroom

A couple of students work at a table together with an undergraduate teaching assistant

Apply to be an Undergraduate Teaching Assistant

Do you want to develop your communication skills, leadership abilities and a working relationship with a faculty member? Become an Undergraduate Teaching Assistant (UGTA)! Apply by December 18.

Ad for ASU Innovation Open: $300,000 in prize funding and Finals are January 31. Sponsors listed: Avnet, Breakthrough Energy Ventures and ASU Engineering

Autonomous driving scholarship challenge

Undergraduates: Compete to develop a solution to an autonomous driving challenge and win a $5,000 scholarship — enter by December 6.

A tutor helps a woman with her classwork at a table in the tutoring center

Tutoring in-person and online

The Fulton Schools Tutoring Center provides academic support! View schedules, see locations and log-in by visiting the Tutoring Center website. Follow on Facebook and Instagram for news and updates.

“The education that I’ve received at ASU has really taught me the foundations of electrical engineering, but beyond that, I think the education that I’ve had has taught me how to learn. I think that is essential to take into industry.

Darren Smith

Electrical Engineering