ASU researchers demonstrated the first ultrafast optical modulation at mid-infrared wavelengths, which can improve communications and spectroscopy applications.
Ten ASU Engineering faculty members have earned National Science Foundation CAREER Awards in 2022, totaling $5.7 million to fund engineering research
Turaga’s lab to improve computer reliability in identifying objects in images
Efficient vehicle research center wins 5-year funding from National Science Foundation for the second time
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