ASU startup Hoolest needs your help testing its device

Posted by on Aug 15, 2019 in Graduate Students, Opportunities, Students | 0 comments

Hoolest is looking for adults with self-diagnosed post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and panic disorder to participate in a clinical trial for their anxiety-relief device.

The ASU startup, founded by three Fulton Schools students in 2017, won the ASU Innovation Open in 2018. They are now working on getting U.S. Food and Drug Administration certification for their earbud device, and they need your help to collect the necessary data to ensure statistical significance.

If you’re interested in participating, contact lab@hoolestpt.com or sign up to see if you are eligible to participate.

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Request Sparky for your next event!

Posted by on Aug 14, 2019 in Events, Opportunities, Organizations and Teams, Participation, Spirit and Traditions | 0 comments

Did you know Sparky might be available to appear at your Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering event?

Sparky loves to socialize, although he doesn’t speak, and he is always ready to have his picture taken with fans. Of course, he has a busy schedule, so be sure to submit your request at least two weeks prior to your event.

Fill out Sparky’s appearance request form.

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Interested in data research? Get connected with projects and training

Posted by on Aug 13, 2019 in Graduate Students, Opportunities, Participation, Students | 0 comments

Are you interested in collaborating on research and/or building your data research skills? Then we want to hear from you!

Tell us about your interests, goals and level of experience so that we can better match you with opportunities in data science.

Based in Hayden Library, the Unit for Data Science and Analytics is launching its Open Lab for the 2019-20 academic year. A weekly event, Open Lab welcomes students of all disciplines and skill levels to engage in data science research and training, collaborate on projects and learn more.

We have ongoing and available projects that engage machine learning, data visualization, text and data mining, network analysis and more.

One of our main goals is to cohort students and set them up with project experience that they can use in their academic and professional careers. All disciplines and skill levels are welcome.

Take the survey

Questions? Need more information? Contact Michael Simeone at michael.simeone@asu.edu.

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Take charge of your career trajectory with the PFx course this fall

Posted by on Aug 12, 2019 in Graduate Students, Opportunities, Students | 0 comments

Enroll in GRD 791 this fall!Ready to explore the world of post-graduate employment? Preparing Future Faculty and Scholars (PFx) may be the perfect addition to your fall 2019 schedule!

PFx is a professional development seminar which invites doctoral students, MFA students and postdoctoral researchers who are interested in learning more about career opportunities to explore their options in academia, industry, government or the not-for-profit sector.

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TEC Talk: High Performance GPU Computing on ASU’s Agave cluster, July 9

Posted by on Jul 1, 2019 in Events, Faculty, Graduate Students, Opportunities, Resources, Staff, Students |

Circuit boardASU Research Computing is hosting a free TEC Talk on Tuesday, July 9, 2019, for faculty, staff and students who would like to take advantage of ASU’s computational resources that have doubled in capacity. ASU Research Computing can help faculty build custom solutions for their research projects.
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CIDSE Students: Discover the Fulton Undergraduate Research Experience in FSE 294 this fall

Posted by on Jun 26, 2019 in Customize your experience, Opportunities, Research, Students |

Interested in learning about researching as an undergraduate? Take FSE 294: Fulton Undergraduate Research Experience, this fall!

FSE 294 will introduce you to engineering research and the basics of undergraduate research projects through identifying research topics, proposal writing practice, listening to guest lectures and more.

This 15-week, one-credit course taught by Ross Maciejewski is specifically tailored to the School of Computing, Informatics and Decision Systems Engineering and students with no research experience.

By the end of the semester, you will have a two-page research proposal that can be used to actually propose your research!

Additionally, you will learn about FURI, its review criteria and application process, as well as how to fund your research, network with faculty and CIDSE-specific research methods.

FSE 294: Fulton Undergraduate Research Experience
Mondays, August 22, 2019–December 6, 2019
2–2:50 p.m.
Location TBA, Tempe campus
Find more information in the course catalog

The deadline to add a class without college approval is Wednesday, August 28, 2019.

 

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