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Get ready to jump-start your Fulton Schools experience — your E2 session is just around the corner. It’s going to be so much fun!
Before you show up to check in, make sure you’ve checked these items off your to-do list:
ASU Research Computing is collaborating with Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) and Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center to host a free, four-day, hands-on Big Data summer bootcamp for students, faculty members and staff on Monday, June 4, 2018, to Thursday, June 7, 2018.
In April 2018, Fulton Student Organizations hosted the annual Student Organization Awards and Recognition (SOAR) Ceremony to recognize the accomplishments of outstanding Fulton Student Organizations.
Kristina Halona, Antares Systems Engineering Lead at Orbital and former American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) Phoenix board member, served as the keynote speaker. Approximately 100 student organization leaders and supporters attended the event.
See who our 2017–2018 winners are and read about their accomplishments.
Learn methods for understanding complex networks by examining the processes within networks spanning biological, traffic and the brain in this talk with Ambuj K. Singh, professor of computer science at the University of California, Santa Barbara, hosted by Assistant Professor Hanghang Tong.
Learn about the multiplicity required to design the energy grid of the future through three case studies. Andrea A. Mammoli, Director of the Center for Emerging Energy Technologies at the University of New Mexico, talks about the evolution of the grid and how the distribution feeder holds the key to these changes.
With the exponential increase in energy consumption globally, one of the greatest challenges is finding improvements to sustainable and affordable energy networks that already exist. At this seminar, Amin Salehi-Khojin of the University of Illinois at Chicago will discuss breakthroughs in the field of energy conversion and storage systems.
Energy Conversion and Storage in 2D Material Based Systems
Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Santa Catalina Hall (SANCA) 151, Polytechnic campus [map]
World energy consumption is projected to more than double by 2050 and to more than triple by the end of the century. Incremental improvements in existing energy networks will not be adequate to supply this demand in a sustainable and affordable way.
In this talk, Salehi-Khojin will overview recent research on structure-property-processing correlations in two-dimensional materials that resulted in breakthroughs in energy conversion and storage systems. Specifically, he will discuss
Amin Salehi-Khojin is an associate professor in the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at the University of Illinois at Chicago. He received his doctorate in mechanical engineering from Clemson University and completed four years of post-doctoral studies in the department of chemical and biomolecular engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2008-2012).
His research mainly focuses on the synthesis of advanced materials for applications in electrochemical systems including CO2 conversion and lithium-air batteries. He is a co-author of more than 70 journal publications and co-inventor of 10 patent application. His research has been featured in more than 2,000 news releases including Times of London, Guardian, Forbes and MIT Technology Review. He has been cited as one of 100 leading global thinkers in 2016 by Foreign Policy Magazine.
The seminar is free and available via Adobe Connect.
The Class of 2018 did an excellent job of engineering their mortarboards and hardhats at the Spring 2018 Fulton Schools Convocation ceremony! So many of you put in a lot of hard work, making it difficult to narrow it down to our top three.
And the winners are…
Watch a presentation on core operations and sample preparation at the ASU Flow Cytometry Core Facility grand opening!
The Flow Cytometry Core Facility is located within the Biodesign Institute offers cell sorting and flow-cytometry services and applications to support research activities of students, faculty members and research scientists at ASU, as well as the scientific community in the Phoenix metropolitan area.
You have all worked very hard this semester. As you get closer to finals, we’re getting ready to recognize the achievements of everyone in the Class of 2018 at the Fulton Schools Convocation ceremonies!