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A student tests an assistive robotic device.
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Doctoral students: Apply for the ASU Science and Technology Center Entrepreneurial Fellowship Program by August 26

Arizona State University is launching five Science and Technology Centers as part of the state’s New Economy Initiative. NEI is an investment in ASU’s assignment to drive Arizona’s future economic growth and resiliency through engineering and technology innovation and training. The STCs represent a strategic collaborative effort by Arizona universities, state government and industry to…

Sign up to share your work at ASU Day at the Capitol by January 17

Are you working on interesting and impactful research that you can discuss in basic terms with our state legislators? Fulton Schools students and faculty members are encouraged to register for an opportunity to present and answer questions about your projects at ASU Day at the Capitol. ASU Day at the Capitol 2022Tuesday, January 25, 202211…

[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…

ASU doctoral student earns Idaho National Lab Graduate Fellowship

Tanner Yorgason, a doctoral student studying materials science and engineering, has won an Idaho National Laboratory Graduate Fellowship, a two-year program that supports students completing their dissertation research. Yorgason completed an internship with INL in 2018 at the lab facility while working toward a master’s degree and found the experience to be a gateway into the…

Light-activated tissue sealing technology earns industry award

Deepanjan Ghosh, a biological design engineering graduate student, recently earned a 2020 Baxter Young Investigator Award for impactful research on a tissue repair and wound healing technology that prevents post-surgical complications and improves surgical outcomes. Ghosh is a researcher in the Rege Bioengineering Lab, directed by Professor Kaushal Rege. The lab team works on developing new materials for improving…

Seminar: Exact Algorithms for Distributionally Risk-Receptive Programs and Camera View-Frame Placement Problems — Applications in Homeland Security, April 29

SCAI Spring ’22 Seminar Series Invited Speaker Manish Bansal presents algorithms for network vulnerability analysis and camera-based surveillance in this talk hosted by Assistant Professor Adolfo Escobedo. Exact Algorithms for Distributionally Risk-Receptive Programs and Camera View-Frame Placement Problems: Applications in Homeland SecurityPresented by Manish Bansal Friday, April 29, 2022NoonArtisan Court at the Brickyard (BYAC) 209,…

Participate in a Motor Rehabilitation and Learning Lab study and earn $15

The Motor Rehabilitation and Learning Lab is actively recruiting participants for a transcranial Direct Current Stimulation, or tDCS, study. Participants will be paid $15 per visit to Bulldog Hall. The lab is recruiting and have availability from now through Wednesday, June 15, 2022 (including between semesters). The purpose of this study is to test the influence…

Seminar: Discover human functional capabilities and ensure person-environment fit from a biomechanics perspective, April 14

Attend the next human systems engineering seminar from The Polytechnic School with Yue Luo from the University of Florida to learn about preventative solutions to falling and other work-related injuries as well as assistive and rehabilitative technologies. Discover human functional capabilities and ensure person-environment fit from a biomechanics perspectivePresented by Yue Luo, University of Florida…

Seminar: Gaining fundamental insights from metabolic engineering targets in algal biotechnology, April 11

Learn about molecular toolkits for green microalga for biotechnology applications in this School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment seminar. Seminar: Gaining fundamental insights from metabolic engineering targets in algal biotechnologyPresented by Kyle J. Lauersen, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) Monday, April 11, 20223:15–4:15 p.m.College Avenue Commons (CAVC) 333, Tempe campus [map]…