Innovations to advance information and systems security earn Professor Gail-Joon Ahn highest member status in leading electrical engineering organization.
US News ranks two degree programs in top 10: No. 3, engineering management and No. 6, industrial engineering.
Xaimarie Hernández Cruz, an industrial engineering doctoral student, represents the United States and ASU in the prestigious Quad Fellowship.
The Capstone Showcase spotlights team projects displaying graduating Fulton Schools students’ readiness to tackle real-world engineering challenges.
CodeDevils offers students in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering an opportunity to connect virtually through coding projects and networking events.
Doctoral students Rodrigo Ulloa and Sarath Sreedharan have been honored among the 2022 Dean’s Dissertation Award winners.
A team of interdisciplinary researchers at Arizona State University is investigating the use of machine learning to reduce future pandemics’ impact.
ASU Luminosity Lab students collaborated with safety technology company Axon to create the Guardian Balloons, a situational awareness tool for campus security.
As increasingly rising temperatures threaten human health, quality of life and prosperity, ASU engineers and scientists are exploring ways to reverse the trend
Fulton Schools associate professor Jedidiah Crandall is working to expose virtual private networks for their misleading claims of security.
A record number of 13 students in the Fulton Schools were honored with an Achievement Rewards for College Scientists, or ARCS, Scholarship in 2022.
ASU doctoral students Mihailo Isakov and Alan Ehret are advancing the U.S. semiconductor industry in the Secure, Trusted and Assured Microelectronics Center.
Research Professor Dragan Boscovic is collaborating with JennyCo to advance the future of health care data storage utilizing blockchain technology.
A supportive community and industry connections are benefits of membership in the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers student chapter.
The Fulton Schools is continually growing its teaching and research enterprise to increase the scope and impact of its educational programs and research initiatives.
Computer science student Josh Tint won Apple’s WWDC22 Swift Student Challenge with an app that explores finding authentic pronouns.
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.