An emerging voice in AI community

A podcast on the evolving world of artificial intelligence and machine learning hosted by a Fulton Schools computer science doctoral student is drawing accolades

Innovation and excellence

Keeping memory on hand

Keeping memory on hand

Troy McDaniel’s research project funded by an NSF CAREER Award enables older adults to live independently through the use of intelligent wearable technology

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Riding mid-infrared waves

Riding mid-infrared waves

ASU researchers demonstrated the first ultrafast optical modulation at mid-infrared wavelengths, which can improve communications and spectroscopy applications

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Keeping memory on hand

Keeping memory on hand

Troy McDaniel’s research project funded by an NSF CAREER Award enables older adults to live independently through the use of intelligent wearable technology

read more
Riding mid-infrared waves

Riding mid-infrared waves

ASU researchers demonstrated the first ultrafast optical modulation at mid-infrared wavelengths, which can improve communications and spectroscopy applications

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Events and opportunities

Congratulations, graduates!

Congratulations to the 3,053 Spring 2022 graduates of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.

We are so proud of you and can’t wait to see your impact on the world!

Fulton Schools facts

$119M
in research
FY2021

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#12
online
engineering
master’s
programs

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32
NSF CAREER
awardees
in the last
3 years

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266
patents
in the last
3 years

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The Fulton Difference

Este Crespo“I came to ASU because college initially wasn’t an option for me and I wanted to change that…ASU was the first college that accepted me after passing my GED.”

Este Crespo,
Graphic information technology

Kira Tijerino“One thing from my experience in the Fulton Schools that I’m going to take with me is my ability to overcome and learn from failure.”

Kira Tijerino, Mechanical engineering

Chris Tam“One good thing from my experience at Fulton is the connections I made with my peers. I know these relationships will last even after I graduate.”

Chris Tam, Aviation

Delaney Kranz“Engineering has shown me that I am capable of more than I once thought, that I could do math and science and be creative at the same time.”

Delaney Kranz, Computer science

Este Crespo

“I came to ASU because college initially wasn’t an option for me and I wanted to change that…ASU was the first college that accepted me after passing my GED.”

Este Crespo,
Graphic information technology

Kira Tijerino

“One thing from my experience in the Fulton Schools that I’m going to take with me is my ability to overcome and learn from failure.”

Kira Tijerino, Mechanical engineering

Chris Tam

“One good thing from my experience at Fulton is the connections I made with my peers. I know these relationships will last even after I graduate.”

Chris Tam, Aviation

Delaney Kranz

“Engineering has shown me that I am capable of more than I once thought, that I could do math and science and be creative at the same time.”

Delaney Kranz, Computer science