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Apply to research the latest in future-generation wireless technology at this summer research camp by April 10

The U.S. Department of Defense-funded Center of Excellence in Future Generation Wireless Technology, or FutureG, is hosting a free weeklong summer research camp for undergraduate students from select programs at ASU. Students from the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering and the School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence, both part of the Fulton Schools, as well as ASU’s School of Arts, Media and Engineering, are invited to apply.

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Attend the Capstone Showcase, April 26

Graduating seniors in the School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence, the School of Engineering Matter, Transport and Energy and the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering will present their capstone projects at this biannual celebration. Spring 2023 Capstone ShowcaseWednesday, April 26, 202310 a.m.–1 p.m.Memorial Union (MU), Tempe campus [map]Learn more Staff and students are…

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…

A group of students and faculty member Michel Kinsy pose with devices in the STAM Center.

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…