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Achievements earn Bliss, Zhang IEEE Fellow status
Outstanding accomplishments in engineering have earned Arizona State University professors Daniel Bliss and Yong-Hang Zhang honored status in one of the world’s most prominent professional organizations. Bliss, an associate professor in the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering, is being recognized for his contributions to adaptive sensor systems in radar and communications. Zhang, a professor in the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering and associate dean for research for the Fulton Schools of Engineering, is being recognized for his contributions to molecular beam epitaxy growth technology, infrared lasers and photodetectors. Read on Full Circle

A catalyst for engineering innovation and entrepreneurship in Vietnam
The Higher Engineering Education Alliance Program (HEEAP) and its partners hosted the third annual Vietnam Engineering Education Conference (VEEC) recently at the Novotel in Danang City, Vietnam. VEEC is a major annual event bringing global industry, government and academic professionals together to discuss transformative ideas and solutions to engineering and technical education programs in Vietnam. The theme this year was “Engineering Education as a Catalyst for Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Vietnam.” More than 270 guests from 80 different institutions of higher education, government and industry attended, making it the largest conference to date.

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