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Meet our 2021 exceptional graduates

Each semester, the Fulton Schools selects members of the graduating class who have demonstrated academic excellence, leadership and community service during their time as students.

Connecting the globe

Assistant Professor Michelusi's desire to provide low-cost and energy-efficient broadband access to underserved communities earned him an NSF CAREER Award.

Weng earns a CAREER award

Assistant Professor Yang Weng received a 2021 National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) Award to develop a theoretical foundation for a distribution grid for unobservable systems that will be more reliable under increased power flow.

Kozicki branches out

Professor Michael Kozicki is directing an effort to create dendritic tags as a means to securely identify food at any point in the supply chain.

Dasarathy earns an NSF CAREER Award

Assistant Professor Gautam Dasarathy is rethinking traditional machine learning and information processing by developing interactive machine learning algorithms in a new project funded by a 2021 National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Program...

Texas-style grid failure unlikely in Arizona

Regents Professor Vijay Vittal discusses Arizona’s interconnected power-grid strength in the wake of theTexas energy independence breakdown.  https://apnews.com/article/arizona-utilities-texas-phoenix-edeca9b5c511106e317b9ba7e9707787

Remote resilience in Africa

Six Mastercard Foundation Scholarship recipients bound for Arizona quickly pivot to remote learning and help define Sun Devil resilience. 

Mapping the stars from space

NASA’s SPHEREx, featuring software developed by Sean Bryan and team, moves into the design phase.

A gem of an idea

Assistant Professor Chao Wang and his research team have developed a new platform utilizing sapphire-supported nanopore membranes for biomolecular sensing. 

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