Student innovators from universities around the world to compete for $300,000 in cash prizes
ASU researcher helps robot teams get the lay of the land
Coordinated multi-robot-chain research earns Sze Zheng Yong a NASA Early Career Faculty Space Technology Research Grant
Collaboration committed to diversity in engineering
A new research internship program is the nexus of university and industry collaboration to foster greater diversity in engineering.
New engineering program supports a sustainable energy future
ASU’s new graduate program in Modern Energy Production and Sustainable Use offers training in the multiple languages of engineering necessary to make solar, wind, hydro and geothermal power a broader reality.
Sun Devil wins national award for support of women in engineering
Elizabeth Jones earns Society of Women Engineers Outstanding Collegiate Member award for promoting belonging and diversity in the engineering community.
Neithalath awarded $2 million to recast concrete construction
ASU engineering is leading a new global research network to advance the use of 3D concrete printing in the construction industry.
“Ultra materials” spark ideas for a more efficient power grid
New ASU research center will be home to a four-year, project examining ultrawide band gap semiconductor materials, which could lead to a more efficient power grid.
Environmental consciousness guides new education endeavor
The Lemelson Foundation selected ASU to deliver new engineering curriculum dedicated to teaching environmental and socially conscious engineering practices.
Curved origami provides new range of stiffness-to-flexibility in robots
Hanqing Jiang’s research could influence robotics and mechanical metamaterials design
Engineering evolutionary steps in automated mobility
Fulton Schools researchers pursue tech innovations to make Arizona a leader in automated mobility and smart transportation systems.
Timing is everything: Advances in distributed systems’ time transfer earns ASU researcher DARPA award
Saeed Zeinolabedinzadeh is developing a high-precision, low-latency time transfer scheme for wireless communications to improve security, performance and cost.
Summer pilot program aims to increase diversity in engineering
Summer research pilot between Intel, ASU and Florida A&M University encourages Black engineering students to pursue research, advanced degrees and tech careers.
Progress in water treatment earns accolades for engineering researchers
Naushita Sharma and Paul Westerhoff received accolades from the American Water Works Association for exemplary research in drinking water treatment.
ASU engineering begins major industry collaboration
Semiconductor industry giant Applied Materials is supporting five years of new research with ASU’s Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.
ASU, Peace Corps agreement to expand SolarSPELL learning platform’s reach
The Peace Corps and ASU have signed an agreement that will help remote volunteers advance their humanitarian work by using the SolarSPELL portable library device invented by Laura Hosman.
Vijay Vittal: 15 years of energizing power systems engineering
Vijay Vittal is ending his tenure as director of the Power Systems Engineering Research Center after an impactful 15 years of modernizing the electric grid.
ASU engineering student wins stellar intern award
Graduate student Janani Anand won the HP Intern-Stellar award for her work on a new technology: Wi-Fi signature profiling.
Putting people into the engineering equation
Research at the intersection of psychology and engineering is critical as our high-tech tools become smarter and more powerful.
From a bundle of nerves to centered calm
Two Phoenix metropolitan area residents are benefitting from a device developed by neuroscience-research-based startup Hoolest, led by ASU alumnus Nick Hool.
Storytelling robots set to provide dementia relief
New research funded by the Zimin Foundation explores how storytelling robot technology can support older adults with dementia and their caregivers.