We are excited to announce hiring efforts for 13 open tenure and tenure-track faculty positions. As a global leader in research and education, SCAI has positioned ASU to become a national and international thought-leader in defining and implementing augmented intelligence programs.
ASU Engineering places eight undergraduate areas of focus in the US News Top 30 and moves up eight spots in the last three years overall.
Faculty members in the School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence showcased their cybersecurity research at the 32nd annual USENIX Security Symposium.
Join us in welcoming more than 50 new faculty to the Fulton Schools. These talented professionals bring skills and insights from leading laboratories and industry innovators across the nation and the world.
Through his research in explainable design space exploration, doctoral student Shail Dave is setting the stage for innovation in decision-making in software and hardware architecture.
Paulo Shakarian and Nakul Gopalan apply their expertise in artificial intelligence and human-robot communication to national security and defense.
Progress in transportation today requires much more than overcoming technological and logistical hurdles.
A three-year partnership of the Los Alamos National Laboratory and the Fulton Schools at ASU will increase the lab’s productivity and workforce development.
The Povilus family includes three generations of ASU engineering alumni in industrial engineering, computer science and materials science and engineering.
Researchers in the Fulton Schools are driving innovation in the autonomous vehicle industry, building confidence in the technology and protecting passengers.
The Daniel Jankowski Legacy Award recognizes faculty members for exceptional contributions to education, research and public service.
The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering Capstone Showcase empowers graduating students to present innovative solutions to real-world problems.
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.
The inaugural Douglas C. Montgomery Distinguished Lecture, featuring Harriet B. Nembhard, provided a forum for exploring trends in industrial engineering.
Undergraduate and graduate students in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at ASU conduct use-inspired research to address real-world challenges.
Artificial intelligence experts in the School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence are advancing the field with innovative research.
ASU student startup founders attended a weekend retreat to network with alumni and improve their entrepreneurial skills.
Assistant Professor Hannah Kerner is working with NASA Harvest to build a food security dashboard in Hawaii, helping farmers grow crops more successfully.
Generously supported by ASU Regents Professor Douglas Montgomery, the distinguished lecture series offers a forum for the exchange of current topics related to industrial engineering.
ASU experts in artificial intelligence discuss how content-generating technologies work and give their perspectives on the concern about their use.