Talented ASU Engineering faculty and students and support from local economic development leaders are two reasons why Phoenix attracts large international tech companies.
Eight ASU Engineering faculty members have received NSF Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) Awards
ASU Engineering experts offer perspective on the Biden administration’s $2 trillion American Jobs Plan to improve national infrastructure
Each semester, the Fulton Schools selects members of the graduating class who have demonstrated academic excellence, leadership and community service during their time as students.
Two of Fulton Schools’ leading sustainability scholars address the urgency of modernizing our infrastructure to meet future needs.
Inspired by natural systems like schools of fish, ASU computer scientists Andréa Richa and Joshua Daymude explore how undirected local interactions induce collective behaviors.
ASU engineering leads a multi-university proposal to establish a national center for electromagnetic spectrum research and innovation
Students are improving access to eye care, generating valuable products from waste, increasing solar efficiency and more at the FURI/MORE Virtual Symposium
Fulton Schools strong contributor to ASU’s No. 4 ranking in new Association of University Technology Managers survey
ASU Assistant Professor Brooke Coley is launching a new undergraduate research experience to expand awareness of engineering education and diversify talent within the field
Two ASU teams from the Next Level Devils student organization advance in NASA challenge, designing tech for future missions
A multi-university team is exploring how traumatic brain injuries affect females and males differently and designing effective nanoparticle-based treatments
ASU’s Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering a key player in ASU-led effort to upskill, reskill workforce through $8M grant
ASU Professor Subbarao Kambhampati says new iris-recognition technology may render passports and other forms of identification obsolete
InnovationSpace is bringing together ASU engineering, science, technology, design and business students to help industries and organizations solve real-world challenges
The ASU Engineering Dean Kyle Squires and faculty member Mariana Bertoni weigh in on what it will take to build an anti-fragile economy in Arizona
ASU Professor Michael Kozicki is leading a USDA-funded project to engineer dendrites as tags or labels that can improve food supply chain safety.
ASU’s pwn.college is teaching next-gen cybersecurity martial artists the moves to combat cyberattacks
Student innovators representing seven startup ventures from around the world took home $340,000 in winnings at ASU’s global pitch competition
Professor Karl Sieradzki and a multi-university team developed a theory to help guide the design of new alloys that have corrosion-resistance properties