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Algorithm expert awarded $2.8M grant

Hanghang Tong designs algorithms to help networks of people work better together, to foil terrorist networks, make infrastructure more resilient and more.

Read more about the research

 

Innovation and excellence

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Hybridized Camaro speeds off to EcoCAR3 competition

The Fulton Schools student team brings this 4-year project over the finish line.

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Exchange: Proximity creates possibilities

Exchange programs bolster knowledge transfer between the partner institutions that make up the U.S.-Pakistan Centers for Advanced Studies in Energy.

Dean Squires shakes John Cava's hand at the convocation ceremony

Triple major graduate

John Cava graduated this spring with three degrees: computer science, mathematics and molecular biosciences and biotechnology. Stoked with knowledge, he’s looking ahead.

The future of search and rescue

Fulton Schools student drone teams wow government and industry at simulated-disaster competition hosted by ASU’s Research Enterprise

Zhengshan “Jason” Yu receives the Palais Outstanding Doctoral Student Award from School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering Director Stephen Phillips at the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering Spring 2018 Gold Convocation Ceremony

Great potential for solar power

Zhengshan “Jason” Yu has received the Palais Outstanding Doctoral Student Award for research on record-breaking efficiency with a tandem solar cell.

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Programming social impact

Outstanding graduate Michelle Capriles-Escobedo dreams of owning a non-profit or business that uses technology to make a social impact.

Stefano Chang smiles for a casual photo, wearing a maroon "Vans" t-shirt

Graduate student powers through illness

Stefano Chang completed his online MS in software engineering, despite enduring treatments for a brain tumor.

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Eminent scholar gives $2M

Professor Douglas Montgomery is making a personal contribution of $2 million to support the industrial engineering program at Arizona State University.

Congratulations, Graduates!

The Fulton Schools honors all of our graduates as they go forth to design and engineer a better world!

See all the Convocation photos and video

 

Summer just got STEAMy!

Our Fulton Summer Academy programs for elementary, middle and high school students offer the opportunity to learn STEAM concepts–Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math–while having lots of hands-on fun!

Registration is open. Find your program today!

Get involved outside the classroom

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Synthetic Biology conference June 3-7

Focus on advances in science, technology, applications and related investments in the field of synthetic biology at SEED 2018. Conference will highlight recent discoveries at the leading edge of rapid, massive DNA synthesis and editing. 

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Tutoring Centers Summer Hours

The Fulton Schools Tutoring Centers have reopened for summer through August 8. More tutoring center information

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Apply to intern with the U.S. DOE

Are you an undergraduate or recent graduate interested in a scientific research experience with the Department of Energy? The Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI) program is now accepting applications for the Fall 2018 term. Apply by 5 p.m. May 30.

 

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Undergrads: do summer research

Apply for summer 2018 Research for Undergraduates (REU) opportunities from NSF.