Delving into ASU’s new discoveries (ASU News/Arizona Republic)
The Arizona Republic has published Sethuraman “Panch” Panchanathan’s first column on research at ASU. Panchanathan is the senior vice president for ASU’s Office of Knowledge Enterprise Development and professor in the School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering.
The STEM Journals (Cox Media Channel 1007)
Kyle Squires, director of the School for Engineering, Matter and Transport is featured in a recent episode of the new educational TV series, the STEM Journals. The program is broadcast in the Phoenix and Tucson areas on Cox Media Channel 1007 (Channel 7 in standard definition). It’s geared to middle-school-age youngsters, with the aim of sparking their interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Videos of the shows are also used in classes on STEM-related subjects in many Arizona schools.
Desire to succeed helps graduate overcome personal obstacles (ASU News)
Ryan Stewart overcame personal obstacles to graduate with a degree in mechanical engineering this spring.
Army proving ground, academia partner to improve soldier communication networks (U.S. Army)
The U.S. Army Electronic Proving Ground (USAEPG) recently started work with an academic partner at Arizona State University’s (ASU) Security and Defense Systems Initiative (SDSI) in Arizona to assist USAEPG in its mission to test the Army’s networks.
SFAz names Bisgrove Scholars award recipients to lead research at top AZ institutions (Science Foundation Arizona)
Alexander Kirk, a post-doctoral scholar who holds a Ph.D. in materials science and engineering from the University of Texas will be working with Yong-Hang Zhang, professor in the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering on the development of more efficient photovoltaic cells. Carole-Jean Wu, assistant professor in the School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering, will continue work on sustainable computing.
Shipping crates create mobile doctors offices (Channel 12 news)
G3Box, an entrepreneurial venture run by four Fulton Engineering alumni, was interviewed on their progress deploying their second mobile medical clinic.