March 30, 2015



Creating a safer infrastructure system

A National Science Foundation CAREER Award will support ASU engineer Pingo Tang's effort to improve the maintenance, safety and resilience of civil infrastructure.


ASU engineer makes strides in sustainable computing

Arizona State University computer scientist Carole-Jean Wu is gaining attention for her work to improve the energy efficiency of both large- and small-scale computing nodes.


ASU team wins Social Venture Challenge at CGI U

The Stair Gardens Project, a sustainable food source venture founded by an ASU engineering student, competed and won against 191 other ventures at the 2015 Social Venture Challenge, held in conjunction with CGI U.


Project aims to strengthen water, power systems in Southwest

ASU engineers are exploring how the Southwest can fortify its power and water infrastructure to deal with future climate challenges.


ASU engineering professor honored for education achievements

One of the most prominent professional engineering organizations has recognized an Arizona State University engineering professor for her contributions to education and research.


ASU engineer recognized for achievements in supply chain industry

An endowment from a Fortune 500 company will aid Arizona State University industrial engineering professor Pitu Mirchandani's work to advance analytics and logistics for operating supply chain networks.


Young engineering faculty at ASU build track record of high performance

This year already, eight members of the Arizona State University engineering faculty have been awarded CAREER and AFOSR YIP Awards.


ASU engineering programs continue rise in national grad school rankings

The latest U.S. News & World Report's Best Graduate Schools rankings show an upward trend in national prominence for the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.


Engineering | News coverage:  ASU professor: How rapidly changing technology affects human value systems

Arizona State University engineering and ethics professor Brad Allenby says the ever-faster pace at which new and powerful technologies arise presents us with difficult choices.


Engineering | Innovation / Entrepreneurship | News coverage:  Poison dart frog inspires new way to de-ice planes

An Arizona State University aerospace and mechanical engineer is developing a promising new method to keep ice off aircraft, thanks to a toxin-secreting amphibian.

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