New Undergraduate Research Opportunity: Design and prediction of materials’ structure-property relationships by machine learning/data mining

Posted by on May 14, 2018 in Graduate Students, Opportunities, Research, Students | 0 comments

Bin Mu, an assistant professor for the School for Matter, Transport and Energy of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, has a research opening for Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative (FURI), Master’s Opportunity for Research in Engineering (MORE), Honors Research students and volunteer students regarding the design and prediction of materials’ structure-property relationships by machine learning/data mining.

The project is to develop a machine learning /data mining code for developing structure-property relationships of porous materials, which can be used in gas separation, CO2 capture, and water treatment applications.

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Sign up for SOS 498/594: Designing a Living Building this fall

Posted by on Apr 30, 2018 in Graduate Students, Students |

Discover and innovate the Living Building Challenge with students across disciplines in SOS 498/594!

The Living Building Challenge, currently the most demanding sustainable building certification framework, is comprised of seven performance areas, or Petals: Site, Water, Energy, Health, Materials, Equity and Beauty. A Living Building harvest its own energy and water, is built on a previously-developed site, has no toxic materials, recycles its own waste, promotes social equity and has elements that are purely for human enjoyment.

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Microsoft at ASU: Intro to Machine Learning with TensorFlow, April 26

Posted by on Apr 23, 2018 in Events, Graduate Students, Students |

Join us as we dive into deep learning for our last workshop of the year! This event follows our Intro to Python and TensorFlow workshop. However, if you did not attend last month’s workshop, please still feel free to attend! Minimal knowledge of Python is encouraged (but not required). As always, bring a laptop to follow along… we will be building a neural net!

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Learn about XSEDE and Big Data, May 1–2

Posted by on Apr 18, 2018 in Events, Faculty, Graduate Students, Opportunities, Students |

Arizona State University Research Computing is hosting a free, two-day Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) Big Data hands-on workshop for students, faculty members and staff May 1–2, 2018.

Attendees will leave with a working knowledge of how to leverage Apache’s Hadoop or Spark frameworks to process and store extremely large data sets that could run on either XSEDE’s and/or ASU’s high-performance computing environments.

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Win $1–100K for your idea with Venture Devils — apply by May 2

Posted by on Apr 17, 2018 in Competitions, Customize your experience, Graduate Students, Students |

Venture Devils Spring 2018 flier

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The ASU Venture Devils program supports student, faculty and community entrepreneurs who are turning their ideas into reality.

Venture Devils provides access to funding opportunities, mentoring from experienced entrepreneurs and venture development workspaces. Up to $100,000 is on the table to help you with your venture.

Apply for Venture Devils by Wednesday, May 2, 2018!

New or existing startup teams that have at least one current ASU student (on-campus or online) as a key founder are encouraged to apply.

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Interested in becoming a Venture Devil? Attend this info session, April 18

Posted by on Apr 17, 2018 in Customize your experience, Events, Graduate Students, Students |

Venture Devils

If you’re an ASU student with a big idea, the Venture Devils program provides access to:

  • funding opportunities
  • mentoring from experienced entrepreneurs
  • venture development workspaces

Please join this information session to learn more about the application process and requirements for the Venture Devils program.

ASU Venture Devils Information Session
Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Noon–1 p.m.
Memorial Union (MU) Cochise Room 228, Tempe campus [map]
Register to attend 

Free lunch will be provided.

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Learn how to be competitive from the Phoenix Suns, April 12

Posted by on Apr 10, 2018 in Career, Graduate Students, International Students, Students |

A panel of representatives from the Phoenix Suns will discuss their profession and what it takes to be a successful candidate in a competitive industry. Whether you are interested in sports management, guest relations or marketing, make sure you attend this event to learn from and network with NBA career professionals!

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Earn $40 in a study with the iLUX lab

Posted by on Apr 5, 2018 in Graduate Students, Opportunities, Research, Students |

The innovative Learner and User eXperience (iLUX) lab is conducting a research study to learn more about the impact of an agent (virtual character) embedded in a tutorial.

iLUX is recruiting undergraduate freshmen and sophomore students, ranging from 18 to 25 years old who have not yet taken any 200-level or higher math or computing courses to participate in two sessions, each approximately two hours. There will be a time gap of three to five days between sessions.

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IE Decision Systems Engineering Seminar: Reducing simulation model risk via input model averaging, April 13

Posted by on Apr 4, 2018 in Events, Graduate Students, International Students, Students, Transfer Students |

Barry L. Nelson seminar flier.

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Prominent stochastic simulation and industrial engineering and operations researcher Barry L. Nelson from Northwestern University will talk input uncertainty reduction strategies in this IE Decision Systems Engineering Seminar Series talk hosted by Assistant Professor and Senior Sustainability Scientist Giulia Pedrielli.

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