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Innovative coating tool earns Moore Inventor Fellowship

Assistant Professor Zachary Holman’s nanoparticle deposition tool earned a prestigious entrepreneurship fellowship to fund its continued development.

Learn more about Holman's invention

Innovation and excellence

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SSEBE Professor honored

Keith Hjelmstad’s “Mechanics Project” has improved sophomore courses, and combined with his outstanding efforts towards engaging undergraduates, has earned him the title of “President’s Professor.”

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EE students earn powerful scholarships

Eight electrical engineering undergraduates were selected to receive the highly-competitive IEEE Power and Energy Society Scholarship.

 Associate Professor Junliang “Julian” Tao stands outside with two PhD students, Yong Tang and Sichuan Huang, all holding 3D-printed prototypes of their clam-inspired burrower

Signals in the soil to reveal secrets

ASU engineers will use burrowing robots to set the stage for the next generation of underground wireless sensing networks

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Storing energy on the grid

Christopher Muhich is part of a team to receive a $2 million award to help develop the next generation of designs for long-duration storage on the U.S. power grid.

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Cloud computing satisfaction guaranteed

ASU researcher Ming Zhao brings cloud computing service providers a step closer to providing reliable performance guarantees.

Steven Tepper, dean of the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts; Mary Hope McQuiston, vice president of education experiences at Autodesk; and Kyle Squires, dean of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering sit together at a table signing an agreement.

Preparing students for future careers

Arizona State University and Autodesk are teaming up to better prepare students for careers by sharpening their technological problem-solving skills.

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When engineering gets eerie

Progress in science and engineering isn’t without its pitfalls. Labs can feel like they’re working against their inhabitants, student projects take odd twists and turns, career paths are all but smooth and the route to success is perilous.

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Helping secure the nation

The Center for Accelerating Operational Efficiency is creating tools to help the Department of Homeland Security find solutions to airport and border security challenges.

“Going to school doesn’t mean only going to school for classes, it means having a connection and a lot of opportunities and that’s what the Fulton Schools provides to us.”

Ivana Ninkovic
Engineering Management

Get involved outside the classroom

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Celebrate ASU Innovation Day 2018 thru Friday Nov 16

See why we’re the university that is #1 in innovation — join us for hands-on activities and demos, and meet the innovators that boost us to that title. Plus, Reggie Watts will be on the Coca-Cola Sun Deck at the end of the day.

Friday, November 16, 2018
3 p.m.
Sun Devil Stadium (STAD), Tempe campus
Register for Innovation Day

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Volunteer at Convocation

Convocation is December 11. Get a taste of your future convocation while helping us make the fall 2018 Convocation a great experience! Sign up to volunteer. Registration is now live!

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Deadlines for spring 2019 graduate fellowships approaching

Apply for graduate fellowships for 2019 before the November deadlines! Fellowships require a nomination by the academic unit, with a limit of three students. 

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Scholarship opportunities for women

Scholarships are available for women studying transportation or aviation. Apply by November 27.