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FURI student Joy Agus

Join us at the FURI Symposium, November 18

See how students are solving real-world challenges in data science, education, energy, health, security and sustainability at the Fall 2022 FURI Symposium! Undergraduate and graduate students from the Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative, Master’s Opportunity for Research in Engineering and the Grand Challenges Scholars Program will showcase their research findings.

Assistant Professor Yezhou Yang and computer science major Benjamin Joseph L. Herrera

Nominate student researchers to speak at the FURI Symposium Luncheon — deadline extended to October 19

Are you working with a Fall 2022 Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative or Master’s Opportunity for Research in Engineering student who is conducting impactful research and is a great speaker? Nominate them to be a speaker at the FURI Symposium Luncheon on Friday, November 18, 2022. This is an excellent opportunity for your top student researchers to share their work with faculty members and their peers.

VDRI selects awardees for the 2021 FSE strategic interest seed funding program

The Vice Dean for Research and Innovation (VDRI) Office is pleased to announce 12 awardees for the 2021 Fulton Schools of Engineering (FSE) Strategic Interest Seed Funding Program: Working Collaboratively to Meet Future Needs. The response to this year’s seed funding initiative was impressive with a variety of topics and ideas presented by faculty across FSE…

Human systems engineering lab advances online learning research

Identifying best practices for effective online learning has become especially significant in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. But even before the coronavirus outbreak, the Arizona State University Advanced Distributed Learning, or ADL, Partnership Lab was busy evaluating methods to improve the functionality and effectiveness of learning in an unconventional setting. The ASU ADL Partnership Lab, established in…

Soil liquefaction prevention technique turns in promising performance

TEAM FROM FULTON SCHOOLS GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING RESEARCH CENTER TESTING THE METHOD IN EARTHQUAKE-PRONE PACIFIC NORTHWEST REGION Catastrophic damage to infrastructure and natural resource areas has been caused around the world by soil liquefaction. It’s what happens when water pressure increases in soils that have little or no cohesive strength — often as a result of…

Kory Hedman

Kory Hedman named director of the Power Systems Engineering Research Center

Kory Hedman, associate professor in the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering at Arizona State University, has been named the new director of the Power Systems Engineering Research Center, or PSERC. Hedman will replace ASU Regents Professor Vijay Vittal, who has held the position for the last 15 years.