The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering Capstone Showcase empowers graduating students to present innovative solutions to real-world problems.
ASU expands computer science degree offerings
The Fulton Schools is welcoming a new online computer science bachelor’s degree option through ASU Online, helping build a foundation for all to be successful.
Distinguished lecture series showcases IE
The inaugural Douglas C. Montgomery Distinguished Lecture, featuring Harriet B. Nembhard, provided a forum for exploring trends in industrial engineering.
Meet student researchers addressing sustainability and social challenges
Undergraduate and graduate students in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at ASU conduct use-inspired research to address real-world challenges.
ASU research expands artificial intelligence knowledge
Artificial intelligence experts in the School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence are advancing the field with innovative research.
Student entrepreneurs pitch innovative ideas
ASU student startup founders attended a weekend retreat to network with alumni and improve their entrepreneurial skills.
ASU researcher combats food insecurity with AI
Assistant Professor Hannah Kerner is working with NASA Harvest to build a food security dashboard in Hawaii, helping farmers grow crops more successfully.
The state of artificial creativity
ASU experts in artificial intelligence discuss how content-generating technologies work and give their perspectives on the concern about their use.
SCAI announces new director
Ross Maciejewski brings unique expertise to the role, with 12 years of experience working in the School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence.
ASU microelectronics workshop addresses national effort to develop workforce
ASU’s Microelectronics Education and Workforce Development Workshop highlights the importance of semiconductor research, development and training in Arizona.
SCAI recognized for excellence in online graduate programs
US News ranks two degree programs in top 10: No. 3, engineering management and No. 6, industrial engineering.
Gail-Joon Ahn named IEEE Fellow
Innovations to advance information and systems security earn Professor Gail-Joon Ahn highest member status in leading electrical engineering organization.
Growing social good
Xaimarie Hernández Cruz, an industrial engineering doctoral student, represents the United States and ASU in the prestigious Quad Fellowship.
Problem solving prowess
The Capstone Showcase spotlights team projects displaying graduating Fulton Schools students’ readiness to tackle real-world engineering challenges.
Connecting the coding community
CodeDevils offers students in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering an opportunity to connect virtually through coding projects and networking events.
SCAI doctoral students selected as Dean’s Dissertation Award winners
Doctoral students Rodrigo Ulloa and Sarath Sreedharan have been honored among the 2022 Dean’s Dissertation Award winners.
Predicting future pandemic patterns
A team of interdisciplinary researchers at Arizona State University is investigating the use of machine learning to reduce future pandemics’ impact.
ASU students float new idea for event security
ASU Luminosity Lab students collaborated with safety technology company Axon to create the Guardian Balloons, a situational awareness tool for campus security.
The heat is on
As increasingly rising temperatures threaten human health, quality of life and prosperity, ASU engineers and scientists are exploring ways to reverse the trend
Are virtual private networks actually private?
Fulton Schools associate professor Jedidiah Crandall is working to expose virtual private networks for their misleading claims of security.