Tao to design new microscopy system with support from foundation grant

Peering through a homemade instrument – toy-like by today’s standards – the Dutch tradesman Antony van Leeuwenhoek (1632-1723) first observed a dizzying menagerie of lifeforms, invisible to the naked eye. Since then, scientists have steadily refined the field of microscopy,

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Engineering professors’ research will aim to strengthen national defense systems

Two Arizona State University engineers will have important roles in major new research projects aimed at producing technological advances considered critical to enhancing the nation’s military defense systems. Nikhilesh Chawla and Nongjian Tao are members of separate research teams that

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Karam recognized as Intel Outstanding Researcher

Lina Karam, professor in the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering, received the 2012 Intel Outstanding Researcher Award in High Volume Manufacturing. This award recognizes outstanding contributions—including fundamental insights, industrial relevance, technical difficulty, communication and potential student hiring associated

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IEEE PES Scholarships

IEEE Power and Energy Society scholarships

Four Fulton Engineering undergraduate students received scholarships from the IEEE Power and Energy Society in the inaugural round of the Scholarship Plus Initiative™. Carrie Culp, Abhishek Dharan, Anthony Pelot and Alban Shemsedini are among approximately 93 recipients chosen from 51

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Three among 2012 class of IEEE Fellows

Three Fulton Engineering faculty members were named to the Class of 2012 IEEE Fellows. IEEE is the world’s largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. IEEE Fellow is a distinction reserved for select

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Michael Goryll talks with students in his lab.

NSF CAREER award advances research in biosensors

Supported by a National Science Foundation CAREER Award, Michael Goryll is advancing fundamental research that can have significant impacts on disease diagnostics. Goryll, assistant professor, School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering, is recreating the functionality of a natural ion channel using

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Nanolaser advances promise improved electronics

Posted April 12, 2013 Nanolasers could potentially provide the next big breakthrough to make computers and similar technologies operate faster and more reliably. Lasers can give electronic devices more firepower for processing and computing functions. So the more lasers you

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Pursuit of portable 3-D ultrasound technology advances brings award

Posted April 10, 2013 A report on research to develop a more portable, high-quality device to produce ultrasound imaging for medical diagnosis has earned recognition for Arizona State University electrical engineer Chaitali Chakrabarti and her collaborators. Chakrabarti is a professor

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Online electrical engineering degree program offers advanced education, ease of access

April 10, 2013 Beginning in fall 2013, the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University will offer its renowned Bachelor of Science in Engineering (B.S.E.) degree program in electrical engineering in an online format. “We want to

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Professor has plans to help solar-power use blossom

The “solar flower” developed by ASU electrical engineer Joseph Hui could be used to power an electrical vehicle.   A larger version of the portable “solar flower” prototype developed by ASU professor Joseph Hui is installed at SkySong/The ASU Scottsdale

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