Thirteen Fulton Schools faculty members have received NSF CAREER Awards to date this academic year with an estimated $6 million in awards to fund projects over the next five years.
Five decades ago, ASU engineers contributed to development of a medical device that is now aiding some COVID-19 patients
After an experiment seemed to defy the laws of physics, Cun-Zheng Ning discovered a way to create low-power 2D semiconductor nanolasers.
Sze Zheng Yong is developing tools to make autonomous systems such as self-driving vehicles and drones safe and secure under real-world uncertainties.
Margaret Garcia is developing a set of models to help policy-makers make informed decisions about water use and infrastructure in water supply networks.
ASU’s Ariane Middel receives NSF CAREER award for work in urban climate and heat mitigation, and how people are responding to urban climate changes
Robert LiKamWa’s Meteor Studio designs software and hardware systems to improve mobile devices, especially visual perception on augmented reality devices
Bruno Azeredo’s work to develop a new method of 3D manufacturing for tiny, complex semiconductor devices earned an NSF CAREER Award
Kitchen cooks up automated design leading to faster, lighter electronicsEver wonder why the battery in your phone drains so quickly? While screen time is a major factor in battery depletion, behind the scenes, some of your battery’s energy is also being siphoned off...
Wenlong Zhang’s award-winning research at ASU is stepping up the possibilities for machine collaboration with people
Barbara Smith is developing a new tool to help researchers target specific cells to better understand how addiction impacts cellular mechanisms in the brain
Yulia Peet is laying theoretical groundwork for tech innovations through predicting and controlling the fluid dynamics of aircraft turbulence
Decoding design Nanotechnology is a hot topic in the engineering world. Discoveries at this tiny scale — meaning billionths of a meter, or the distance that fingernails grow each second — are inspiring optical and electronic innovations in fields ranging from medicine...
Making robots accessible to allThe robots we see depicted in popular culture, like R2-D2 from Star Wars or WALL-E, tend to be expensive, generalist robots. The high cost of developing and acquiring these mechanical helpers, in both time and money, makes them...
Samantha Brunhaver received a NSF CAREER Award to develop curriculum to teach engineers the necessary skills to adapt to a changing workplace
Christopher Muhich is developing a sun-powered water treatment method that harnesses sunlight as a catalyst to produce a water-disinfecting chemical.
Faculty and staff in the Fulton Schools found engaging and effective ways to carry on classes and other activities remotely.
Fulton Schools faculty share insights on construction site safety amid the novel coronavirus, as well as thoughts on the future of the industry
In his new role as director of the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment, Professor Ram Pendyala says he is prioritizing efforts to provide more opportunities for students through expanded curricula, internships, industry alliances, research opportunities, online courses and professional development programs.
By applying huge amounts of manufacturing data to support real-time decision-making, Feng Ju and his team are developing new tools to prevent production disruptions, enhancing production efficiency, quality and safety.
Feng Ju and his team at ASU’s Manufacturing and Service Automation Lab are developing data tools to advance factory operations and minimize production disruptions.
By applying manufacturing data for real-time decision-making, Feng Ju is developing methods to prevent production disruptions and improve efficiency, quality and safety.