And the 2017-2018 SOAR Awards go to…

Posted by on May 21, 2018 in Customize your experience, Events, Faculty Awards, Organizations and Teams, Spirit and Traditions, Staff, Students | 0 comments


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.

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Apply to intern with the U.S. Department of Energy by 5 p.m. on May 30

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

Are you an undergraduate or recent graduate interested in a scientific research experience with the Department of Energy?

The Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI) program is now accepting applications for the Fall 2018 term. During this 16-week program, you will research under the guidance of laboratory staff scientists or engineers on projects supporting the DOE mission. Each DOE facility offers different research opportunities, and on the application, you may select your top two choices.

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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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Excellent EE grads share their thoughts

Posted by on May 1, 2018 in Students |

Electrical engineering graduates Alisha Menon, Annabel White and Vaishnavi Koka.

Electrical engineering graduates Alisha Menon, Annabel White and Vaishnavi Koka.

Three new graduates share how their connections with the faculty and programs in the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering have shaped their futures.

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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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Watch the electrical engineering capstone project demos live stream, April 27

Posted by on Apr 27, 2018 in Events, Faculty, Fulton Schools, Students |

On Friday, April 27, 201850 capstone project teams will present their culminating projects, including some of your fellow online students. Join us in person or via the live stream to see what our spring 2018 graduating electrical engineering students have been working on. Join us at the Engineering Center Patio from 8:30 a.m.–4 p.m. or watch the live stream!

Watch now!

Watch a message from Professor Michael Kozicki, who is also the coordinator for the capstone course.

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