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Students pitch EPICS solutions

Students pitch EPICS solutions

The Engineering Projects in Community Service program, better known as EPICS, in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University provides students the knowledge, funding and opportunity to work on real projects with actual clients who are facing...
Improving our ability to see in the dark

Improving our ability to see in the dark

Brass, bronze and steel are examples of metal alloys in which the combination of chemical elements — copper and zinc, copper and tin, iron and carbon — give unique properties, such as high strength and corrosion resistance, that can be used for particular purposes....
Four faculty jump-start their CAREERs

Four faculty jump-start their CAREERs

Zachary Holman, Win Lei, Georgios Trichopoulos and Chao Wang have received the highly-competitive Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award from the National Science Foundation. Congratulations! Learn more about our...
Two ASU researchers named 2019 IEEE Fellows

Two ASU researchers named 2019 IEEE Fellows

Electrical engineering researchers are constantly improving the technologies that impact our everyday lives. Each year, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, better known as IEEE, recognizes members who have made significant accomplishments in their...