ASU and Dash link to elevate blockchain research
Blockchain is a digital ledger technology that is the foundation of cryptocurrencies like Dash. Blockchain structure allows for direct transactions across a network of computers without the need for a central authority. The ASU-Dash partnership seeks to accelerate blockchain research, development, and education and includes funding for ASU’s Blockchain Research Lab and Luminosity Lab.More about ASU-Dash partnership Cryptocurrency demystified
Innovation and excellence
ASU’s Blockchain Rehearch Lab’s director, Dragan Boscovic, explains cryptocurrency and blockchain applications.
Decades of making significant research contributions and guiding students toward success earn Ram Pendyala a special honor from transportation profession peers.
The Fulton Schools ranked #11 in 2018’s U.S. News and World Report’s Best Online Engineering Programs Rankings, in part by bucking the trend of exclusivity and focusing on inclusivity and student success.
Yuji Zhao invited by NASA as one of a distinguished few to present his gallium nitride research for high-temperature solar cells and photovoltaics to members of U.S. Congress on Captiol Hill.
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“ASU helped me determine what I wanted to do and where I wanted to be, and the person that I became is 100% because of ASU. I found a home here and I wouldn’t take back any of it.”Rachel Dedinsky
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ASU interns at the Starbucks Technology Center at ASU’s SkySong honed in their information security, business intelligence and application development skills, contributing meaningfully to the Starbucks enterprise.
Work with a team of students to design, build and implement solutions that add value to community organizations. Enroll in FSE 104: EPICS Gold I for Spring 2018 and practice human-centered design, the entrepreneurial mindset and prototyping deliverables.
With one year of presentation experience at the AIChE annual meeting under her belt, Fulton senior Anikki Giessler returned to the meeting in 2017 and took home a poster award.