The ASU agreement creates an alliance of universities in the U.S. and Mexico and microelectronics manufacturers, to focus on training workers and building production capacity that will reduce U.S. reliance on Asian manufacturing.
The future of semiconductor manufacturing is here
Dean Kyle Squires talks to 12News about the future of semiconductor manufacturing in Arizona and how ASU, community colleges and industry partners are working together to prepare the next generation of microelectronics leaders.
MADE at ASU
The Manufacturing, Automation and Data Engineering Science and Technology Center launches two projects focused on optimizing additive manufacturing and AI software development
Domestic manufacturing efforts strengthened by new ASU school
The School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks hosted an open house to mark its launch, featuring discussions led by top manufacturing leaders
ASU launches new quantum research collaborative
Christian Arenz part of initiative to promote understanding of quantum technology, forge partnerships to advance it
ASU Proposers Day invites industry leaders to collaborate on state issues
ASU Proposers Day invites industry leaders to collaborate on state issues By Mary Beth FallerOctober 27, 2022This story originally appeared in ASU News.s part of the state's effort to invest in the New Economy Initiative, to strengthen Arizona’s...
Philanthropy to ASU establishes new opportunities
The Luminosity Lab and other Fulton Schools entities benefit from generosity of 2022 donors, including Alexandra Navrotsky’s support for materials science
Startups prepare for launch
Techiepalooza brings together startup founders and those with technical know-how to fill the talent and skill gaps the founders seek
Paving the path for the next generation
With support from ViaSun, ASU’s pavement lab has established graduate and postdoctoral researcher positions dedicated to creating the roadways of the future
Meet the newest Fulton Schools faculty
Join us in welcoming more than 50 new faculty members in 2022–23. These talented professionals bring skills and insights from top universities, leading laboratories and innovative industry sectors across the nation and around the world.
Humanity on wheels
Engineering Projects in Community Service project ‘Jenny’s Trailer’ now an ASU-Tempe partnership providing space for homeless individuals to cool off during summer
First ‘MechanicalTree’ installed on ASU’s Tempe campus
Carbon Collect’s MechanicalTree, based on Klaus Lackner’s research, will collect carbon from the atmosphere and help fight climate change
Industry mentorships offer experiential learning
Students of the Embedded Systems Design Project course get a glimpse into their futures in engineering through industry professionals who took the course as students