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The STAM Center and School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence host ESWEEK event

During Embedded Systems Week, also called ESWEEK, the Secure, Trusted and Assured Microelectronics, or STAM, Center and School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence coordinated a full-day event on “Secure and Trusted Microelectronics for High-assurance Embedded Systems” that brought researchers from around the world to Phoenix. ESWEEK, which ran October 7–14, 2022, is the premier technical event…

The STAM Center welcomes high school students in its first summer outreach program

The Secure, Trusted and Assured Microelectronics Center in the School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence was thrilled to welcome its first summer outreach program high school students in a one-week course this July, introducing students to programming and basic robotics. In their work, the students programmed an Arduino microcontroller to interact with the physical world through…

Students and community partners celebrated at 2022 EPICS Generator Awards 

At the end of each academic year, the Engineering Projects in Community Service, or EPICS, program at Arizona State University hosts a Generator Awards ceremony to recognize Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering students, faculty members, industry mentors and community partners and celebrate the success of the EPICS teams.  EPICS is a national, award-winning, social…

EPICS students are making a difference from across the globe

Project Koyash is one of the many [email protected] student teams working together to design, build and deploy systems to solve engineering-based problems to aid in community development. This year the team won first place in the EPICS Elite Pitch Competition. The team received $6,000 in funding to help them continue to build and provide air…

Professors to provide insights into pursuing transdisciplinary research

For more than a decade and a half, Katina Michael and Roba Abbas have collaborated on research at the intersection of society, technology, ethics and regulation. Their experience over this time, and across a range of projects, will be the basis for a virtual seminar on Friday, July 1, 2022, “The Art of Transdisciplinary Research…

Fulton Schools student attends Girls in Tech Catalyst Conference

Fulton Schools student Khira Momodu attended the Girls in Tech Catalyst Conference in Phoenix, Arizona on April 17-19, 2016. The purpose of the conference is to provide women in the technology industry an opportunity to network with fellow women innovators and develop their innovative ideas. The three-day event included keynotes from a multitude of successful…

Polytechnic engineers field popular exhibits at Emerge 2016

Speeding through Wells Fargo Arena in a jet pack and testing mental and physical agility in a Rube Goldberg-style challenge were two of the most popular interactive attractions at the ASU Emerge 2016 festival – and both came from engineering labs at the Polytechnic School. Professor Tom Sugar and Associate Professor Sangram Redkar and their students…

Post-apocalyptic design competition drives tech solutions

On September 23-25, the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering’s Generator Labs hosted a 48-hour design challenge known as the Fulton Furnace Fallout — a Devil’s Invent event. The event, sponsored in collaboration with the ASU Kern Project and the Rossum Rumblers student org, got its name and inspiration from a post-apocalyptic game series known…

[email protected] student chapter places second at Principal Cup Challenge

Members of the [email protected] student chapter placed second at the Principal Cup after their presentation Friday, September 28, 2018. The Principal Cup is an international operations research and management sciences analytics competition that challenges teams to develop an objective decision-making process to buy, sell or hold stocks which could be affected by emotional bias. Instead, the teams use…

Materials science doctoral student wins Outstanding Student MBE Award in China

Calli Campbell, a doctoral student studying materials science and engineering, won the Outstanding Student MBE Award for her oral presentation at the 20th International Conference on Molecular Beam Epitaxy in Shanghai, China. Out of 135 student presentations, Campbell earned one of the two Outstanding Student awards. The conference is an international forum for sharing developments…