Fulton Engineering in the news

Posted by on Oct 1, 2013 in Faculty, ic, Students |

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SHADE: a sustainable home for desert living (ASU News – week in photos)
A photo tour of the ASUNM Solar Decathlon team’s model home, SHADE.

Nanotechnology researchers fabricate foldable Li-ion batteries (Nanowerk.com)
Researchers led by Candace K. Chan, an assistant professor in materials science and engineering, now have shown that paper-folding concepts can be applied to Li-ion batteries in order to realize a device with higher areal energy densities.

Freshman seeks to impact the world via service (ASU News)
Biomedical engineering freshman Jenny Chen says that she is learning about advancing medical technologies in her introductory courses and the benefits they could bring to society.

Studying who heat islands hurt and where they live (KJZZ)
Mikhail Chester, assistant professor in the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment, is one of the researchers looking at who is most impacted by the heat island effect and how the neighborhoods they live in could make that heat less severe.

Addressing urban heat (State Press video)
Mikhail Chester is teaming with two researchers from UCLA to find solutions for urban heat effects.

Former THS valedictorian seeks better drinking water for astronauts (The Sakonnet Times)
Heather Jamieson, a chemical engineering graduate student, is featured in her Rhode Island hometown newspaper for her work on membrane technologies with Mary Laura Lind, assistant professor in the School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy.

Student uses talents to recreate musical necessity (State Press)
Music performance and material science and engineering freshman Alexis Mitchell plans to use her future years at ASU to invent a synthetic oboe reed, something that has never been successfully done.

People of ASU: short stories (State Press)
Among the six student profiles: Lauren Griffith, computer science senior, and Ben Hook, biomedical engineering sophomore.

Professor awarded for her work in engineering (State Press)
Aerospace engineering professor Aditi Chattopadhyay received a 2013 Distinguished Alumnus Award from the Indian Institute of Technology.

Desert sails (State Press)
Fulton Engineering students are among the team leading the ASU Sailing Club into its 10th year. Industrial engineering junior Kyle McManus is the team’s travel and safety officer. Chad Hargrove, mechanical engineering, is vice president. They help Spenser Branch, urban planning senior and captain and president of the club, lead the team.

ASU researchers measure the electrical resistance of single molecules—new technology (AZOnano.com)
Nongjian Tao, professor in the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering and Bingqian Xu have developed a relatively straightforward method for measuring the electrical resistance of single molecules.

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Fulton faculty profile: Daniel W. Bliss

Posted by on Sep 25, 2013 in Faculty, ic |

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Daniel W. Bliss, an associate professor in the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering, interests in information theory, estimation theory and signal processing have broad applications to wireless communications, remote sensing and medical signal processing. In particular, his research focuses on extracting information in noisy and difficult situations.

A common theme across his work is the use of arrays of antennas and sensors to increase capacity, efficiency, and reliability. Examples of this theme include multiple-input, multiple-output (MIMO) communications and radar.

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Fulton Engineering in the news

Posted by on Sep 25, 2013 in Faculty, ic, Students |

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ASU design and construction students get ready to compete in Solar Decathlon (ASU News)
A collaborative team of Arizona State University and University of New Mexico students is set to participate in the 2013 U.S. Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon.

ASU professor pioneers backyard solar power in Arizona (State Press)
ASU electrical engineering professor Joseph Hui wants to put solar energy into your backyard and believes he can do it for only $1 a day.

3 things to know about an MBA in supply chain management (ASU News/U.S. News & World Report)
John Fowler, professor of industrial engineering and chair of the W.P. Carey Supply Chain Management program spoke with U.S. News & World Report about why supply chain management is becoming such a popular career field.

Leader of ‘inactivity studies’ tackles obesity head on, from every angle (ASU News)
James Levine, co-director of the Mayo Clinic/Arizona State University Obesity Solutions Initiative and professor in the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering, tackles the health concerns of sedentary activity.

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Fulton Engineering’s new look

Posted by on Sep 18, 2013 in Announcements, ic |

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Fulton Engineering has a new look.

Our new logo is more modern and bold, representing a community of problem solvers and inventors. The emphasis is on engineering, while still honoring the gift from Dr. Ira A. Fulton.

You’ll begin to see the logo rolled out in new publications and communications. There is no need to throw out materials using the old logo. As publications or materials are updated, please incorporate the new logo.

The Fulton Engineering endorsed logo is available for download on the ASU Comm Guide.

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Fulton Engineering in the news

Posted by on Sep 18, 2013 in Faculty, ic |

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Department of Energy awards ASU, Sigma Technologies $3 million (Phoenix Business Journal)
Karl Sieradzki, professor in the School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy, will research and develop lightweight materials for vehicles.

ASU professor Aditi Chattopadhyay receives 2013 Distinguished Alumnus Award from IIT Kharagpur (AZO.com)
Impressive accomplishments in mechanical and aerospace engineering recently earned Arizona State University professor Aditi Chattopadhyay a 2013 Distinguished Alumnus Award from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur.

Look at what I’m saying: Engineers show brain depends on vision to hear (Medical Express)
Bradley Greger, associate professor in the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering, is working with a team of researchers striving to understand what drives language processing in humans.

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