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Fulton Schools students work on campus for NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter project to gain hands-on spacecraft mission experience.
DARPA Young Faculty Award winner Yan Shoshitaishvili is developing a more effective technique to find faults in computer software code.
A Fulton Schools computer science doctoral student’s podcast on the fast-evolving world of artificial intelligence and machine learning is drawing accolades.
Showcasing their cyber defense skills, a team of ASU students placed third overall at the Western Regional Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition.
Associate Professor Sungahn Ko
Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
Wednesday, June 1, 2022, 11 a.m.
BYENG 210 (Tempe)
Assistant Professor Jia Zou has earned a 2022 NSF CAREER Award for her proposal to design a new database that can produce real-time results.
ASU research-based entrepreneurial ventures for computer vision traffic counting and magnetic needle steering earned their founders a competitive fellowship.
Ruoyu (Fish) Wang’s new NSF-funded project will help mitigate the effects of malware and viruses by making them easily understandable to researchers.
Michel Kinsy and the STAM Center at ASU are researching microelectronics security advances and developing the next generation of industry professionals.
ASU, Banner Health researchers combine expertise in medical imaging, machine learning, informatics, computer science to seek better treatment for leading form of dementia
Andrea Richa and Thomas Sugar have earned one of the most prestigious honors at ASU for their trailblazing achievements in research, teaching and leadership.
Fulton Schools students find connections, support and success in engineering and technology majors and career preparation through student organizations.
ASU’s Eduardo Blanco is leading research to help computers recognize positive interpretations of negative constructions within human language.
ASU engineering leads a project to extend advanced market intelligence and supply chain solutions to small growers of fresh produce.
Researchers use computational modeling to examine the dynamics of extreme political polarization and how to prevent it from undermining democracy.
Yi “Max” Ren and a team of ASU researchers are studying the attribution and secure training of generative models.
Pair of SCAI undergrads selected from 182 applications nationwide for their innovative note-taking tool, Jotted
ASU Engineering Associate Professor Yalin Wang is focused on improving scientific understanding of visual processing by the human brain.
As the tide of cyberattacks continue to rise, so does the need for digital defenders who understand how their adversaries think.