April 16, 2014

School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy


Science at play: NSF funds ASU research on nanotechnology ethics, education

ASU undergraduates have the opportunity to enroll in a challenging course this fall, designed to re-introduce the act of play as a problem-solving technique.


ASU engineer aims to help create a more energy-efficient supercomputer

An ASU engineering research group is developing technology to provide the energy efficiency needed to expand the capacities of supercomputers.


Leading expert in aerospace engineering at forefront of emerging technologies

ASU aerospace engineer Aditi Chattopadhyay's accomplishments as a researcher and teacher have earned her a Regent's Professor title.


ASU research helps guide transportation policy

Expertise at ASU in the transportation realm spans engineering, urban planning, technology development, business, economics, public policy and more.


Achievements earn engineering professors IEEE Fellow status

Two ASU engineering professors have been elected as IEEE Fellows for their career achievements.


4 professors awarded highest faculty honor as Regents' Professors

Four ASU professors have been named Regents’ Professors for their extraordinary contributions in the classroom and in their fields of expertise.


Engineering project shows promise for advances in lighting technology

An ASU engineering research team's project shows promise for advancing technologies to improve text and image displays on electronic devices.


Engineering grad's science fiction featured in new book

A recent ASU engineering grad writes science fiction that explores questions about the societal impacts of wielding technological power.


Materials research progress earns professor praise from peer groups

Achievements in materials science and engineering research continue to earn an ASU engineer recognition from peers and professional organizations.


ASU engineering grad putting education to work in solar energy field

An ASU engineering graduate is helping to establish a solar energy technology program at a Texas college.

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