Subbarao Kambhampati is among the newly elected Fellows of the world’s largest educational and scientific computing society, the Association for Computing Machinery, known as ACM.
Robot coworkers: How AI impacts the future of work What happens when advancements in technology threaten to automate people’s jobs? The question is on the minds of many as research and development in artificial intelligence and machine learning rapidly grows. A new...
Startup venture EnKoat from ASU engineering research makes building coatings that beat the heat to make big energy and environmental conservation impacts
ASU graduate Shashank Kaira recently earned a highly competitive Acta Student Award for his research on imaging aluminum-copper alloy behavior.
Cody Friesen awarded the Lemelson-MIT Prize for his inventions for the developing world. Will donate $500,000 prize to Colombian community.
Meet the thirty new researchers, instructors and inventors have joined ASU Engineering’s world-class faculty.
Paul Westerhoff was named the 2019 Clarke Prize Laureate for outstanding achievement in water science and technology by the National Water Research Institute.
Engineering efficient health care management ASU researchers are working with Mayo Clinic hospitals to devise effective data-driven, needs-based and efficient patient prioritization Even the most high-quality health care delivered by conscientious providers can fall...
Kaushal Rege is developing a safer, more effective technique for sealing and healing body tissues that involves repairing wounds with gold, silk and lasers
ASU students sink competitors with 3D-printed thermal tech Heat sinks, used to regulate the temperature of electronic devices, are more pertinent now than ever, especially with the increased demand for personal devices such as laptop computers. Without the cooling...
Linking the mind and body for better physical therapy Nearly half of physical therapy patients are ages 65 and above. Older bodies often have unique needs for therapy, but they’re not necessarily treated with different approaches than younger patients. To get better...
Jim Ernzen as ASU’s new PENTA Building Group Professor for Construction will boost students’ career opportunities through alumni and industry connections
Better brain and body electrical measurements Obtaining accurate electrical conductivity measurements of living human tissues could advance neuroscience, lead to better disease diagnostics through imaging technology Your body is bustling with electrical activity....
George Trichopoulos and Ahmed Alkhateeb are leading the exploration of possibilities for 6G: the sixth generation of wireless communications technology.
ASU Engineering’s new Polytechnic School director Leila Ladani looks forward to shaping the future of education and research at ASU.
National Academy of Engineering Member Dimitri Bertsekas joins Arizona State University as the Fulton Chair of Computational Decision Making.