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The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University is one of the largest and most comprehensive engineering programs in the United States. Find events and opportunities exclusively for Fulton Schools faculty and staff members.

Attend a seminar on bioinspiration, biodiversity and the quest for autonomy in natural environments, April 5

Join the School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks as they host Rolf Mueller, Lynn Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Virginia Tech, for a seminar on bioinspiration, biodiversity and the quest for autonomy in natural environments. Bioinspiration, Biodiversity, and Quest for Autonomy in Natural EnvironmentsFriday, April 5, 202410:30–noonTechnology Center (TECH) 162, Polytechnic campus [map] Abstract Accomplishing…

April 05, 202410:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Portrait of Donald Godfrey, Global Director Business Development Aviation & Defense at Nikon SLM Solutions

Attend a seminar on understanding variation in the additive manufacturing process, March 22

Join the School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks as they host Donald Godfrey, global director of business development for aviation and defense at Nikon-SLM-Solutions, for a seminar on the importance of understanding variation in the additive manufacturing process. Building Confidence by Understanding Variation in the Additive Manufacturing ProcessFriday, March 22, 202410:30–noonTechnology Center (TECH) 162, Polytechnic…

March 22, 202410:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Portrait of Eric MacDonald, professor of aerospace and mechanical engineering

Attend an additive manufacturing of elastomer, ceramic and metal multi-functional structures seminar, March 15

Join the School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks as they host Eric MacDonald, professor of aerospace and mechanical engineering at the University of Texas at El Paso, for a seminar on additive manufacturing of elastomer, ceramic and metal multi-functional structures. Additive Manufacturing of Elastomer, Ceramic and Metal Multi-functional StructuresFriday, March 1, 202410:30 a.m.–noonTechnology Center (TECH)…

March 15, 202410:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Portrait of Brian Baughman, Chief Engineer for Honeywell Aerospace

Attend a seminar on industrializing metal additive at Honeywell Aerospace, March 29

Join the School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks as they host Brian Baughman, a chief engineer for Honeywell Aerospace, for a seminar on the various types of additive manufacturing in use at Honeywell for the production and repair of metallic parts for the aviation industry. Baughman will provide an overview of how Honeywell employs various…

March 29, 202410:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Portrait of Brandon Sweeney, CTO of Elect Nano LLC

Attend a carbon nanocomposites processing seminar, March 1

Join the School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks as they host Brandon Sweeney, CTO of Elect Nano, for a seminar on carbon nanocomposites processing. Elect Nano Technology: Carbon NanocompositesFriday, March 1, 202410:30–11:50 a.m.Technology Center (TECH) 162, Polytechnic campus [map] Agenda: Abstract Elect Nano has developed a novel range of carbon nanotube composite materials with broad…

March 01, 202410:30 a.m. - 11:50 a.m.

See how Grand Challenges Scholars are solving global problems at these poster sessions, April 29 and May 5

Attend one of two events to see how students would solve problems related to sustainability, health, security and joy of living. As part of their “Futuristic Solutions for the Grand Challenges” projects, students will present their solutions through models and posters. Attendees may come and go as they please, and food and refreshments will be…

Meet Grand Challenges Scholars and see how they’re solving challenges at this showcase, March 22

Meet the 2024 Grand Challenges Scholars, recognized by the National Academy of Engineering, and celebrate their accomplishments. Learn how they developed and applied their technical talent, interdisciplinary perspective, entrepreneurial mindset, multicultural awareness and social consciousness to address challenges in health, security, sustainability and joy of living. The event will include brief presentations followed by a…

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Attend the NSF CAREER Award workshop, March 22

The Fulton Schools Office of Research, Innovation and Entrepreneurship (ORIEN) invites eligible Fulton Schools faculty to register for a workshop focused on strategies for responding to the NSF CAREER solicitation. This workshop, scheduled for Friday, March 22, 2024, will be facilitated by Lucy Deckard from Academic Research Funding Strategies, LLC, who spent 16 years as…

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Attend the Arizona Space Summit workforce development discussion, March 27

Be part of the Arizona Space Summit workforce development discussion, where academia, industry and government team up to build the space ecosystem of tomorrow. Explore Arizona’s vibrant space sector and network with industry leaders, faculty and peers, featuring keynotes from Aerospace Corporation and Interstellar Labs. Arizona Space Summit workforce development discussionWednesday, March 27, 20245:30–8:15 p.m.Student Pavillion…

March 27, 20245:30 p.m. - 8:15 p.m.
FURI student Jacob Burrows works in a lab.

Attend the ASU Industry Technology Innovation Summit on Feb. 28

The ASU Science and Technology Centers, or STCs, catalyze research innovations and entrepreneurship in areas key to the future of Arizona’s economic development, positioning our state for global leadership in new industries. STCs bring together faculty, student researchers, industry professionals and entrepreneurs to take big ideas from the lab to market across key clusters of future…

Apply for ORIEN research infrastructure investment

The Fulton Schools Office of Research, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, or ORIEN, has released a new “small-cap” program through investment from the Schools and faculty to co-fund research-capacity-building projects of between $10,000 and $100,000. All requests for support in this dollar range must be submitted through this program for consideration for ORIEN support. This does not…

Aviral Shrivastava, graduate program chair of the computer science and engineering.

Shrivastava takes helm of prestigious engineering journal

Aviral Shrivastava, graduate program chair of the computer science and engineering program in the School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence, part of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University, has been elected Editor-in-Chief of the prestigious IEEE Embedded Systems Letters, or ESL, journal. The journal, currently published each quarter by the…

Attend the 2024 Fulton Schools Community Tailgate, Feb. 22

All Fulton Schools faculty, staff and students are invited to attend the 2024 community tailgate for a meal and this year’s “Engineering = Sexy” t-shirt ahead of the ASU men’s basketball game versus the Washington Huskies. 2024 Fulton Schools Community TailgateThursday, Feb. 22, 20244–6:30 p.m. (4–5:15 only registered attendees will have food provided; 5:15–6, food…