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As the newest school in the Fulton Schools, the School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks is focused on the engineering innovations and technology developments critical to industry 4.0, autonomous systems and processes, and systems engineering. Based on the Polytechnic campus, your courses and collaborations with industry and faculty, address the next-generation challenges to transform manufacturing systems. Find news and events from MSN.

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Reach new heights in robotics with two new degree programs

ASU’s School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks, or MSN, is reshaping education to meet the demands of a technology-driven future.

Program chairs have worked with senior leadership in the school to craft two new degree offerings: a bachelor’s degree in robotics and autonomous systems, set to launch in fall 2024, and a doctoral degree in robotics and autonomous systems with a concentration in mechatronics and automation, which launched in spring 2024.

Attend the School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks doctoral degree open house, March 25

Join the School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks for an immersive experience — your future begins here! Explore doctoral programs in manufacturing engineering, robotics and autonomous systems, and systems engineering. Tour our labs, meet faculty, uncover research opportunities and shape your academic journey. School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks doctoral degree open houseMonday, March 25,…

Dharneedar Ravichandran, a PhD student in the systems engineering program, presents his multiphase direct ink writing, or MDIW, additive manufacturing research at the American Chemical Society, or ACS, Symposium in March 2023. Photo courtesy of Dharneedar Ravichandran

Doctoral student pushes the boundaries of additive manufacturing

Dharneedar Ravichandran, a systems engineering doctoral student in the School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks, part of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University, is making significant strides in additive manufacturing, or 3D printing, research in the Advanced Materials Advance Manufacturing Laboratory led by Associate Professor Kenan Song.   “My research…

Seminar: Industrial Artificial Intelligence for Maintenance and Service Innovations in Next Generation Industry Systems, April 15

Attend the next School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks seminar exploring the use of artificial intelligence in industrial applications. Industrial Artificial Intelligence for Maintenance and Service Innovations in Next Generation Industry SystemsPresented by Xiaodong Jia, University of Cincinnati Friday, April 15, 202210–11 a.m.Peralta Hall (PRLTA) 132, Polytechnic campus [map] and Zoom Abstract Driven by the rapid…

Seminar: What is next in acoustic-based sensing and testing localization, diagnosis, and prognosis challenges, April 18

Learn about how New Mexico State University researchers are improving the accuracy and capabilities of sensing and monitoring technologies for evaluating complex structures at the April 18 School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks seminar. What is next in acoustic-based sensing and testing localization, diagnosis, and prognosis challengesPresented by Ehsan Dehghan-Niri, New Mexico State University Monday,…

Fulton Schools — Evolving to increase impact and better meet society’s needs

This fall, the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering is introducing the School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks — an innovative new school focused on the engineering innovations and technology developments critical to industry 4.0, autonomous systems and processes, and systems engineering. Based on the Polytechnic campus, the new school is primed to address the next-generation challenges…